Bipasha Basu says, “The printed sari gives you an Indian drape, but it’s modern, light and easy to wear—and it has personality, thanks to the fun patterns.” This is 21st-century and the fashion version is the most versatile this time. Even the sarees have caught this trend fever and have gone quirky. We are talking about the quirky prints. They are fun and when they are in saree, they add a chic style to the personality. Let us check out few Quirky patterns/prints of the season.


Sometimes all you have in your life is black and white. Mix them, you get grey. The choices are sometimes dark, sometimes clear. And the grey part… it’s called confusion (for me). Women, I am talking about the ‘choice of clothes’. In this section you can find me: Perplexed.  Orderly. Weird. Isolated. Talkative (like always) and then Wise.

THE STYLE ICON OF INDIA- Maharani Gayatri Devi

She was once named as the “World’s ten most Beautiful Women”.  In forties to the sixties, she was a glamorous fashion icon. She is Rajmata Gayatri Devi. The third Maharani of Jaipur from 1939 to 1970. Rajmata Gayatri Devi was India’s style icon. Her style was flawless – chiffon sarees draped, pallu over her head and a string of pearls and emeralds. The renowned Indian designer Sabyasachi drew inspiration from her iconic style and created a special line of sarees for the launch of a coffee table book. Sabyasachi says, “She has such an extraordinary aura about her. There’s a softness and approachability about her even though she’s a royal.” Let us discover some moments of her life and find out


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