THE STYLE ICON OF INDIA- Maharani Gayatri Devi

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

SPRING/SUMMER 2013 EXCLUSIVE SALWAR-KAMEEZ COLLECTION

SPRING/SUMMER 2013 EXCLUSIVE SALWAR-KAMEEZ COLLECTION

The defining looks from Spring/Summer 2013 which got the public talking are here! Combination of the top prints, trends and themes, we bring you an exclusive collection of Salwar Kameez inspired by SS13 runways.Get ready! White A color symbolising simplicity and purity, white is the new hot!  Popular with Roberto Cavalli, it has bought a fresh look to these catwalks. Another reason to wear White in salwar kameez is that this color is no surprise for the summer season. Related Post VOGUISH FLORAL ATTIRES to give you LIVELY GLIMPSES Indian Sarees – A Timeless Fashion! Salwar Kameez: Feel free and dance carefree Indian Wedding Sarees – Choose the Best for your D…

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 5

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 5

I know that many of you will be stirred by waiting for this last blog which is speaking about the end of my journey (in an airplane, probably). So here is the update. Related Post BE THE MOST ELEGANT BRIDE WITH THESE BRIDAL SAREES… Traditional Indian Saree – A Must Attire For Every… The magnificent South Indian Saree rule the Bollyw… Tips for Looking Your Best in an Indian Saree

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 4

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 4

What after the bus…well it was not a warm bed to take rest. For me it would be a truck, a luggage truck. You must be wondering why a truck. Because the place where I was, had no other moving object on the road.  However, the story made its twist. The bus had dropped me to an almost remote area. I was over with my budget so it was time to ask for a lift. I tried for 10 mints (gratitude to my patience). Related Post All about Variations of Indian Sarees RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 2 Popularity of Bengali Sarees in Wedding Ceremonies 5 CONTEMPORARY STYLE LEHENGAS FOR THE MODERN WOMAN

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 3

RUNAWAY BRIDE- Part 3

As you may know, I traveled in train which dropped me to a village to where my would-be groom belonged. For this one I can say, without a doubt that this Bus ride had a bigger bang on me than any other. Related Post These simple steps will help you choose the perfec… Brief guide to Fall/Winter 2012-13 A Look Into Some of the Famous Saree From India Sarees – Indian Apparel That Exude Poise and…

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