“Just keep me where the light is..”
Before starting anything I want to wish a very Happy Diwali to each one of you may you all get the brightness into your life. This festival is my most favorite one only because whole city is decorated with lights and I loveee lights, I literally love that happy vibe that I get.
Coming back to the post , since two years I am getting dressed up in saree on Diwali so I thought why not share a whole new look on my blog as I have never uploaded anything totally ethnic and I guess Diwali is the best time to flaunt my traditional-ness :p
About my look
Wearing saree for me is a task but festivals are something in which I like to get all dressed up. So I thought why not let’s share the look with all you guys which I am planning this Diwali. This time I have raided my Mom’s closet and got one very beautiful Kanjivaram silk saree. Kanjivaram silk is made in Kancheepuram Region in Tamil Nadu. These sarees are weaved from pure mulberry silk thread in which pure mulberry silk used in the making of Kanchipuram saris comes from South India and the zari comes from Gujarat. And as you all must have know this fact that I go for minimalistic jewelry so I paired it up with my golden jhumka earrings and statements rings, nose pin is something which I usualy wear and ye read bindi because I love red colored bindi’s too much. I wore basic flat footwear with saree as it’s a festival time and many things are need to be done during puja and heels are not the best option to wear on this occasion, so I restricted myself on that.
Do let me know how you styled yourself this Diwali and yes mail me your pictures would love to see them. And yes you can ask me anything too , would love to answer. 🙂
Saree : Mom’s closet | Footwear : Local Market | Jhumka : Voylla | Ring : House of Ada