Hello my lovely friends, this is Piu here and welcome to my blog. I hope you all are having a great time. I am so sorry for not coming up with a post last week as I was a little busy with Kali pujo celebration and after that with college assignments. Anyways, I promise to be more regular from now on. The festive season is over and I had an amazing time with friends & family. Generally I spend Kali pujo & Diwali at my dear friend Rupsa’s house and this time of the year is one of my most favourite. I get to wear ethnic clothes, accessorise with traditional jewellery and wear all the bling that I want. Kali pujo is celebrated with great devotion at Rupsa’s place and her entire family makes it a point to gather together during this time. Not to mention her family is extremely warm & affectionate towards me and I enjoy a great deal spending time with them. Wearing traditional clothes, non-stop photo sessions, lightening diyas, mid night pandal hopping and good food are a must.
On both the days I wore my mom’s sari. The pink one is a chiffon sari from Vimal & my mom bought it some fifteen years back. The sari is pretty old but it has not lost it’s sheen a bit. It is very light & comfortable and hence I had no problem wearing it for ten long hours or so. To make this look a little edgy I opted for a black halter neck blouse. The texture of the blouse is very smooth as it is made of velvet and it doesn’t fail to add to the glam factor of the look.
For the next look I went for a more traditional sari. This one is also my mom’s and she bought it some 7-8 years back from Indian Silk House. The violet silk sari has beautiful detail work of silver zari. To match the grace of this sari I wore a boat neck, three quarter sleeve silver blouse. In this look the earrings are my favourite; they elevate my look by by giving the final touch of elegance.
Hope you liked this post!
Until next time……
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