Of Sarees and Drapes...

There are these times ok most of the times that I thank my stars that I was born an Indian :) One cannot even imagine the plethora of outfits that we get to don and no one even bats an eyelid... Am talking about suits to sarees to western wear and well even each of the traditional and ethnic outfits that belong to all 28 states and 7 Union Territories! Can you even imagine the joy it gives to a fashion blogger? The variety of outfit posts and the diversity of trends and colors :)

This diversity of culture and traditions is something that makes us Indians unique and mysterious at times ;) Don't you agree?


My today's outfit is a Mysore Crepe Pure Silk saree, draped the "typical Indian" way :)
Mysore Crepe Silk sarees are pure silks, very buttery soft to touch and when draped they cling to a woman's body like a body-con dress and enhance every womanly curve there is... Am I getting too explicit here? ;)





Mysore Crepe Silk Saree/Nalli, Bangalore

Accessories...


Jadau Sui Dhaaga Earrings/Rathod Jewellers, Jaipur

What's your take on Mysore Crepe Silk Sarees?

16 comments :

  1. Hey ....how much did you pay for this saree???

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  2. My screen is all burnt and I am so suing you! >.<

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    1. Lol... I'll take that as a compliment Namitha ;)

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  3. Never looked bangs so cute on a saree..
    and the saree is gorgeous :)
    and so u r :) :)

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  4. saree is gorgeous.. and so is you :)

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  5. Gorgeous is all I can say.

    Exhorbitantly price but lovely to the core.

    But u get pure Mysore Silk sarees only in KSIC showrooms.

    It is must have piece in every saree lovers collection.

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    1. Thank you Madhura :) and yup though they are priced high they sure are a must have in an Indian woman's wardrobe ;)
      but i'll have to disagree bout you getting it only in KSIC showrooms... that was long time back :) Nowadays big saree stores like Nalli have also started stocking them :)

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  6. I mean no offence but I have to say Mysore silk saree is the trademark of KSIC.
    It comes with a unique number and KSIC hologram.
    They are woven using pure silver zari and in Govt silk factories in Mysore.
    Outside KSIC they are available as crepe silk sarees but they don't come from silk factory of Mysore.

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    1. oooh is that so? Then i'll surely keep that in mind the next I come to the South :) Thanks for the info girl ♥

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  7. Just discovered your blog and I must say I have to agree with what Madhura says. Mysore Silk Sarees are woven with the pure zari, they do not come in prints that can be found on your saree. Even the border does not belong the authentic Mysore Silk saree. Places like Nalli silks do sell stuff under the name of Mysore Crepe silk but be rest assured it's not the authentic saree.

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  8. Just discovered your blog and I must say I have to agree with what Madhura says. Mysore Silk Sarees are woven with the pure zari, they do not come in prints that can be found on your saree. Even the border does not belong the authentic Mysore Silk saree. Places like Nalli silks do sell stuff under the name of Mysore Crepe silk but be rest assured it's not the authentic saree.

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