For Navami Puja event, I picked a Malasa saree to wear. Quintessentially autumn/winter trendy berry lip, rose gold earrings and ivory sandals rounded out the last look for this Durga Puja.
Considering my last two Durga Puja appearances in ethnic sarees, this sighting in an elegant designer georgette saree made for a refreshing change for its modern style. But what truly stand out for me is this vintage chignon that I tried for the first time. Its kind of transporting myself to paradise by pairing it with the net three-fourth sleeves boat neck blouse fully embellished with sequins, zari and cutdana in floral pattern.
Being able to wear this stunning saree was exhilarating as it had been lying in my closet for sometime now. The contemporary design of this saree featuring nude pink georgette with sequins and cutdana embroidered patchwork on shoulder and sequins studded border is a treat to my personal style senses. It is visually stimulating, sensual and mysterious, and more romantic than one can imagine! It embodies a new edge for a new era in saree style.
I did not only fall in love with the pastel hue and its lasting impressions, but with the motif as well. Styling this look was a very liberating and equally effortless experience that was full of elegant energy and beautiful positivity, something I hope will shine through the images.
On that parting note, wishing you all happy Navami! As this is the last look for this Durga puja, I hope you enjoyed all the posts and found some inspirations through them. Currently, I am travelling, so when I get back to London after couple weeks, I will have lots to share on this space.
Stay tuned, stay stunned!
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