The story of my Saree Diaries | Personal Style & Fashion

Clothes aren’t going to change the world. The women who wear them will. ~ Anne Klein As a woman and human being, I have come to realise that whatever we do in our everyday life, is both deeply influential & expressive of our mental and emotional state of being. It can be the food we […]

Saree Stories and Inspirations | Personal Style Diaries

“It’s a most natural way for me. I can tell people I can run in a saree and I can do five sequences in a saree. I can romance in a saree and I can do everything in a saree. For me, it’s a most versatile garment…it’s extremely sensuous and at the same time it […]

Saree Stories are my travel stories ~ From my diaries of 100 saree pact

Alert: This post features sarees, lots of them!! I love sarees and while I have written quite a few posts on them, this post is not really about that. I want to tell you that my sarees are my travel stories. As many regular readers know by now that my job takes me across length […]

Color block Howrah Bridge Saree for Party Wear ~ Dressing up for festive season in India

It’s the last quarter of the year and the season of celebrations. In India, especially, it’s the wedding season and endless party season. Which means, lots of dress up, loads of new outfits, make up and jwellery!! I kickstarted the party season this tyear, with a big ‘Annaprashan’ (weaning ceremony) Party for my daughter. It […]

Howrah Bridge Telephone Print Saree + RuHH Silver Kanphool for festive season ~ Saree Love #14

The wonder Indian Garment Saree has been reinvented beautifully for the present times by some Indian designers. One such talented designer is Anupriya DuttaGupta and her label Howrah Bridge. She has come up with a lot of quirky prints and I have got a number of pieces from her collection (see here, here, here and […]

Kantha Stitch Saree + RuHH Kanphool for Durga Puja Day 3 ~ Saree Love #13

Kantha stitch (or embroidery) is one of the most famous forms of traditional embroidery from the state of West Bengal in India. Originally done on blankets (made out of old sarees), today, it has evolved into a fine art form which finds expression in the most exquisitely embroidered Sarees, suits, shirts and a whole range […]

Chiffon Sari in Floral Print for Summers ~ Saree Love#9

I am back in Saree!! For those who love my Sari posts, I think you will simply love this Light green Chiffon Sari in floral print. It exudes the classic chic Chiffon Sarees are popular for, in India and internationally. Chiffon Sarees are a boon in the summers, especially when I have to attend office meetings or […]

Masaba Sari for Wedding season ~ Sari Love #8

I have been in love with Masaba Saris ever since I spotted one. I love the play of prints & colors and how amazingly well they drape. And though, the House of Masaba boutique is right in my neighborhood market and I keep going there so often, I did not find ‘MY’ Masaba Sari. Then, […]

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