Sari is the quintessential Indian traditional wear, which women can carry off with great panache. Every woman can look good in this wonderful garment, provided she chooses it well. Sari has been a part of traditional Indian attire for years now but it has regained its importance with the way designers have revolutionized the way a sari can be worn.
Right from childhood every girl looks at her mother’s wardrobe especially the sari’s. She has her favorites and is in awe with the way her mother beautifully drapes the sari. As she grows up she has a few sari’s she would wanna wear once she grows up. Very rightfully she tells her mother, ‘give me this one and that one once I grow up.’ But the problem starts when she has reached her teen and has to wear a sari for her school farewell.
I believe it’s the first time any girl wears a sari. All conscious about her looks and the excitement of wearing a sari leaves many nervous and confused. It’s not that a big deal. Wearing a sari is a beautiful experience provided you choose the right one and carry it confidently.
Choose the sari which is comfortable and suits your body type. Always go for a light sari and not a heavy one. It’s easier to carry a light sari. Also choose the one which enhances your body type and personality. The color, material and pattern of the sari is also very important. If someone is very thin and skinny then shouldn’t opt for a net sari since it would make one look thinner similarly if a person is on the heavier side than shouldn’t wear a heavy sari with work.
To carry a sari the main thing is to be comfortable and confident. With confidence it’s easy to carry off the sari. Makeup, accessories, right kind of footwear, etc all support the look and enhance the style quotient. With little glam and some accessories the look can become a glamorous one.
So the next time there is a sari day in college or a cousins wedding ditch the anarkali and opt a sari. Wear a chick lipstick shade, a sexy eyeliner or kajal, some nice and fancy accessories like jhumkas, chunky bangles, etc and make heads turn. Wear a sari and walk with style and élan.
– Anjani M Nautiyal
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