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1. Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna Black Chiffon Saree
Nothing like a black saree when you want to kill the look on a fancy night out, right? If you are not exactly a fan of black, grab a colour of your choice for your chiffon saree. Bring in just the right degree of shimmer that suits your personality. As for the blouse, the sky’s the limit to experimentation.
2. White Saree With Red Border
Steal a white saree with a red border from one of your desi Bong friends and you are sorted. Wear it like you usually do or go all out and try it the Bengali way. As for the blouse, try a plain black or red colour to accentuate with the sari, or go for a complimentary-coloured printed blouse for a different look.
3. Rani As Designer Sabyasachi’s Muse
A pastel saree spells class. Choose a pastel coloured saree that catches your fancy – one with silver or gold sari floral designs and borders that speaks about the sheer artistic craftsmanship of its maker. For the blouse, keep it traditional. Let it be an extension of the saree in terms of its colour and the flattering zari work. Balance the thread work of the saree with a simple blouse like that of Rani’s or a sleeveless one.
4. Masaba Sarees For Bunty Aur Babli 2 Film Promotion
Get your hands on a quirky-printed saree like that of Rani’s, selecting the identical print for your full-sleeved blouse. Since the prints are the same for the saree and the blouse, experiment with the way you drape the saree. Wear it the Gujarati style or the Bengali style to introduce a further touch of uniqueness.
5. Flaming Red Sari With Purple And Gold Border For Durga Puja
To start with, steal a bright Banarasi (or Benaroshi as Bongs would like to call it) saree from your mother’s wardrobe, if you don’t have any of your own. Take care to choose one that has a hatke-coloured border. Match the border with your blouse. Go plain with the blouse to avoid going overboard with the colours and motifs.
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