Sunday 25 October 2020

Happy Navratri : Day 9 PURPLE Colour

On Day 9 of Navratri we worship Maa Dura in the form of Siddhidatri. The day is ruled by the colour Purple, which represents ambition, goal and energy.
After having borrowed sarees from MIL and my sister, I am finally wearing my moms saree. This is an old saree of my mom's which she wanted to discard, but I got it from her because I wanted to stitch a dress for Ishanvi. But the lockdown happened and all my plans were foiled. While planning my sarees for Navratri, I realised I didnt have a purple one, and decided to wear this purple/lavender saree.
By the time I shot for the ninth look, I was so tired, that I decided to keep the accessories simple and just get over with the soot.
Hope you enjoyed this 9 days 9 sarees series. It was a tough one for me to pull, but I thoroughly enjoyed doing it. 

Happy Dassehra!


Saturday 24 October 2020

Happy Navratri : Day 8 : PEACOCK GREEN Colour

Day 8 of Navratri is dedicated to the worship of Godddess Gauri and the colour of the day is peacock green. This colour represents desires and wishes that get fulfilled.
The saree of the day is a pure chiffon saree with delicate zari work. The statement neckpiece from is definitely the show stopper here and the bracelet is a gift from my sister.
Hope you like t
he pics.

Friday 23 October 2020

Happy Navratri : Day 7 GREEN Colour

We are on the 7th Day of Navratri and on this day is we worship Maa Durga in the form of Kalaratri. The day is ruled by the colour green which refers to the various aspects of Mother nature and its healing properties.
The silk saree I am wearing here was part of my sister's wedding trousseau, and it remained untouched for almost a decade, until I took upon myself the ultimate responsibility to rescue it from agony. ;)
I forcibly confiscated it and it has been flourishing under my loving care for the past few years. Hope you like the pictures.






Thursday 22 October 2020

Happy Navratri : Day 6: YELLOW Colour

On Day 6 of Navratri, Maa Durga is is worshiped in the form of Goddess Skandmata. The colour of the day is Yellow, which signifies happiness and brightness.
The saree I am wearing here is one of my favorites. I had styled it in a very basic style on the blog 5 years ago. T
he style I have tried below is something I have wanted to try for the longest time and completely out of my comfort zone. I love how adding a belt to the saree makes the saree look formal and makes it very comfortable to carry. Statement neckpiece and ear cuff from Confusion Fashion Accessories helped complete the look. Hope you like it.




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