This post took me back to my childhood days when I used to come back from Africa to India and end up wearing this as a joke but after putting it on, I would walk with grace and imagine the time when I could wear it outside. Sarees are the most beautiful clothes on earth for an Indian woman especially after marriage because the saree she wears shows the relationship of her life. Red means newly married, white means widowed, colours of all kind make a girl look like a lady. Thank you, Ritu for taking me back in time. 😊✌💖
A must have in every Indian woman’s wardrobe…saree.It not only symbolises femininity but also the great Indian traditions. The versatility stored in its weave and draping reflects the region from where it belongs. Though over the years it is losing its significance to the hassle free western dresses but still it occupies an indisputable place in each household. Every woman likes to boast of her heterogeneous collection from different parts of the country- Baluchari, Taant, Painthni,Chanderi, Kanjeevaram and the list is endless. An army wife for sure feels highly jubilant when she flaunts her collection by virtue of having been posted to such places where she gets an opportunity to pick an exclusive piece from the maiden source. Over the years, it definitely adds to her self glorification…but other than just being reflective of one’s indulgence there are innumerable stories associated with each and every saree in the box.
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