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24 May, 2011

Chanderi Sari


Am wearing a  Chanderi Sari 

I don't know why, but I love wearing saris. In the rapid roar of the fashion mainstream it is something uniquely elegant, captivating and incredibly comfortable to wear, something that never goes out of style and will always fit you. Nothing can and never will fit you quite like the sari fits itself to you with your own hands and experience with your own body.
The more I know, the more I learn to love so many subtleties of this textile. The delicate ornaments of each type of sari, the subtle weight and textural differences in the cloth and then there is the fine color sense of the weavers. There is more variety of color in interesting combinations to be found in this textile pallette than any other dress fashion available today.

35 comments:

  1. What a beautiful sari! My sister-in-law married a man from India and wears them to all the functions. I love seeing her in them. So lady-like and elegant.

    Thank you for following me...I'm returning the love!

    Pamela

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  2. the sari is very pretty!! following you sweets. JAI GURU DEV :)

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  3. cool blog I'm following you follow me back! ;)

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  4. beautiful sari....saris will never be out of fashion....

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  5. Kiran,

    Good job with saree posts. :)))

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  6. love saris :) www.thevintageous.blogspot.com

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  7. Loved all your posts on different types of weaves in India..I love wearing sarees. They bring out the femininity in a woman unlike any other piece of clothing. Though one thing I've never seen on your blog is, Organza. I'm not sure whether you dislike the gauzy fabric or have not experimented with it, but they are great for summer evenings..looks so elegant especially in pastels..would love to see one on you!

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  8. Beautiful! I love saris. Very not-norwegian, but oh-so-beautiful.

    Reply; love to follow you! Already doing so:) Follow back? ;)

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  9. hello beauty!
    Yes it's a real pleasure to follow you and I hope that 4 you it's the same! love
    giovannatuccio.blogspot.com

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  10. Once again a very nice post. Beautiful description about the reasons why saree is the best garment for women wear.
    Yes, the chanderi sari is looking good too.
    Keep smiling.

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  11. I just discovered your blog and it is so divine...your chanderi sari is incredibly amazing and the colours out of this world xxx

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  12. very beautiful and elegant...
    I am really bad in wearing and carrying a sari .. :(

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  13. Yup, wearing saree makes a lady sweet!1

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  14. You look beautiful in that sari.=)

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  15. I have a post with a sari picture too

    looking gorgeous!

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  16. How interesting! I'm not too familiar with saris, but I really like the look of elegance it brings. Thanks for sharing!

    New follower btw (;

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  17. Love the gold and red tone! :)

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  18. love Saris!

    amazing indian dress!

    :)

    Follow you! i hope you do the same!

    :)

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  19. wow, interesting!
    id never seen a blog like yours
    im following!
    follow me back, please!
    kisses from Brasil

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  20. I think Sari's are gorgeous, they're so delicate and pretty with so much detail! This one is beautiful.

    Following you now :)

    Sarah
    http://fashionismyh2o.blogspot.com/
    xx

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  21. I love how Indian women continue to wear traditional clothing like saris. It's almost sad how these days almost everyone is dressing "western." Wouldn't it be cool if Korean women started wearing hanboks again?

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  22. Love what you say about saris, how they're classic and never go out of style :)

    Thank you for visiting my blog, I have no idea what's happened to my followers list but hopefully it will come back soon, I'm happy for you to drop by every now and again! :D

    xxx

    http://wardrobeunderconstruction.blogspot.com

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  23. Wow ! The Saris looks very pretty !
    I love it ^^

    Have a nice weekend x)

    xoxo
    http://patchwork-of-dreams.blogspot.com/

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  24. This is very pretty and your blog is very interesting. I scanned through a few posts and I felt like I learned something.

    seven-percentsolution.blogspot.com

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  25. wow! I really want to visit India! i'm in love with the colors you use for the fabrics and accessories!
    It would be so nice If we follow each other. :)

    http://abinavarrete.blogspot.com/

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  26. One of my wish list to visit your country and own a sari:) you blog is beautiful with your oriental culture...love it...by the way you would be my first blog to follow from your country...hope you follow back:)

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  27. I haven't worn saris yet but I really want to try :D

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  28. beautifull !!!

    have you seen my new post ?
    http://v-fashionwise.blogspot.com/

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  29. i love saris! i once wore one at my best friends diwali celebration and i fell in love. the fabrics, colours and decoration are extraordinary.
    sure we can follow each other :) following you now
    xo

    http://heatherheartsfashion.blogspot.com/

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  30. Saris are always so pretty...I'm following you with bloglovin...

    erica
    seaofbloomingdreams.blogspot.com

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  31. I love Saris! I love your culture, so beautifull!

    Following you from Portugal*

    http://fashionviktima.blogspot.com

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