The suckers for quirk that we are, we couldn’t stop hooting when models sashayed down the ramp in Aartivijay Gupta’s vegetable and fruit print couture. But the one that completely blew us over was this checkered sari with her signature prints. Think you’re cool enough to flaunt a sari like this? Save up for Aartivijay Gupta’s trendy garments now!
Gaurang’s brides were the kind we’d want to be—bold yet traditional. Here’s one of his saris that had our attention. The rich colour paired with the full-sleeved blouse spells royal while the veil on the head and the makeup create drama. But if you ask us, it’s the elegance of the sari that truly does it for us.
Can you imagine a Bengali bride sans a red-and-white sari? Here it is—model Deepti Gujral looking every bit the perfect Bong bride in her traditional sari with a twist. Note how the puff sleeved blouse takes us back to the time of the Tagore women who were known to be impeccably dressed in their saris with puff blouses.
Ain’t no sari that doesn’t scream sexy! Nikhil Thampi’s red hot sari mixed with metallic details had us applauding in excitement. If you’re the kind who likes to play it bold when it comes to your sartorial choices, a sari like this is right up your alley.
A white sari—there’s no prettier sight than that! The queen of traditional couture, Ritu Kumar’s collection had the perfect white net sari sighting. The silver cutwork blouse and golden jewellery elevate the look further. Such a beauty!
Who says black-and-white saris are boring? Urvashi Joneja’s collection had a gorgeous white sari with a black border worn over a chic full-sleeved blouse. The cotton bow belt on the waist adds to the look. Gives off a traditional yet modern vibe, doesn’t it?