My love for sarees is quite known on the blog. I’ve previously worn them here, here, here, here, and here (wow that’s a lot!). I have a pretty decent collection of sarees already, so in order to do justice to my growing collection, and not have those how-many-will-you-shop-for???? accusations thrown at me by my mom, I wear them for any and every occasion. Be it functions, festivals, weddings, work or friends’s-sister’s-cousin’s-dog’s birthday I love to wear sarees! I’ve even worn them to work when I was in the corporate sector as an alternative to kurtis only to have eveyone asking me Did you get married? (really?)I love Indian wear and personally, I’ve always wanted to see Indian fashion bloggers incorporate more ‘Indian’ looks in their blogs and in their everyday outfits and not just during weddings and festivals. But I think am aware of exactly only two bloggers that have experimented and featured Indian wear and importantly sarees on their blogs! Yes, sometimes they are difficult to manage and not the most comfortable attire to be running around in. And it’s hard to not give in and wear a comfortable pair of jeans and tee, but that doesn’t stop me from loving (a.k.a buying) them!My search for buying good Indian sarees online ended with jomso.com, an online ethnic store with a wide array of sarees and salwar suits. Their collection of designer sarees was one thing that really impressed me. You have an option to shop by color, price or fabric and they have everything from cotton to art silk to jacquard-butta and more. I chose a black and grey silk mix jute saree with a colorful border and pallu. With four colors in the saree, it’s easy to mix and match with a blouse of any of those colors for a different look every time. Who knew sarees could also fall under the ‘mix and match’ category right?
And to make it easy to all the NRI’s wanting to buy Indian wear, jomso.com has international shipping too. With designer lehengas and anarkalis, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste so make sure you take a look at their collection!
pretty saree and u look really nice…..
i have a nice collection too n wear them often…
I have two words – bold and beautiful.
You look really nice in a saree! You pull it off really well!
Classy u look!
Thank you! I know.. I happen to love your Indian wear collection. Specially all the Masaba ones!
Thanks! 🙂 🙂
Really? 😛 Thanks!
I loved the saree! I saw the back picture on FB. I guess you could wear a much more deeper neck 😀
You'd look lovely!
You look lovely and beautiful saree…you have nice collection of Saree's
This blouse is of a different saree… i'll keep that in mind when I get this saree's blouse stitched!
what a beautiful sari!
Hi Chandana, I love your saree posts. You choose very easy to carry sarees and style them elegantly.
Thank you so much Deepika!
love it! super casual & something organic about the print.
Love the saree and the way you have worn it! You look so elegant…
Beautiful sarees, you look lovely.
I have been following your post regularly. Young, simple yet stylish. (Y)
I just browsed some sarees on JabongWorld.
Go through it people:
Looking gorgeous in this Saree.
No doubt saree is one of the most elegant forms of dressing. You have carried the saree very gracefully. Thanks for sharing this post. Keep posting more pictures.
Looking very Nice. There is no doubt that saree is the most beautiful and gracious attire that a woman can embrace. Thanks for sharing.
You look beautiful, tall, and so graceful wearing that saree! Thank you for mentioning jomso.com. I have found many traditional saree stores online but very few with higher-end designer sarees. I still like to look even if I can’t afford them!