Outfit of the Day: Banarasi Saree with Traditional Ornaments
Hi lovely ladies,
Have missed a lot of activity on IMBB as I was tied up with work for the last 2 months. Hence, have lots to catch up 🙂 . Today, my post is very different from what I wear on a regular basis.
Though I love sarees, yet I hardly wear them as most of my sarees are quite heavy and traditional. Do not get much occasions to flaunt those gems in my wardrobe 🙁 . Recently, I had a wedding in my family and I took this opportunity to deck up in this gorgeous banarasi saree.
I must admit, this one is my favourite, simply love its color. The pallu has beautiful zari work. To complete the getup, I took a silver color potli bag. It complemented the silver zari on my banarasi saree.
I draped this red saree the Bengali way and paired it with traditional ornaments. Styled my hair accordingly and decorated my tresses with jasmine flowers (to make my look typically Bengali). Oh yes, do not miss the key chain at the back 🙂
Hope you all like this OOTD 🙂
- Banarasi saree – Trader’s Assembly Mega Shop.
- Potli Bag – online shopping.
- Jewelry – gifted.
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17 thoughts on “Outfit of the Day: Banarasi Saree with Traditional Ornaments”
You looking ekdum gorgeous Bipasha… *clap* *woot*
U look traditional and i loved the saree and the way it is draped. *clap* Thekey chain is awesome. *jalwa* . But wy the blouse is so loose *shy*
i love wearing sarees *preen* … And look very nice in this *clap* …. I love your hairstyle with the jasmine flower….
Wow…Ki Mishti !
Looking beautiful my dear ! onek shundor bengali bou *puchhi*
u looking gorgeous bipasha *puchhi*
you looking very pretty bipasha. True bengali beauty *clap*
oh..i love that gajra on ur hair..u look pretty 🙂
wohooo i have a maroon banarasi i got from calcutta for my marriage …in laws selection! i love it to death but its so heavy!
Love it! *clap*
lovely red saree *hifive* *hifive* *haan ji* *haan ji*
*powder* bong beautyyyy….. *jalwa*
You looking absolutely stunning *pompom* *clap* *clap*
looking very beautifullll 🙂
thats a complete traditional Bengali look..and I agree the Benarsi sarees being so beautiful and expensive can only be worn in traditional functions…
Love your hairstyle! Oh! The beautiful jasmine flowers *drool*
So pretty and the smile on ur face *pompom* *happydance*
You look so beautiful Bipasha. Looking at you, I feel tempted to buy a Benarasi Saree too! Nice nice…Do more OOTDs for us!