buy Pregabalin online usa I am back with Part II of this series. Haven’t read Part I yet? Don’t worry, here is the link. Unnati Silks is a family enterprise based in Hyderabad. They started in 1980, with the aim of making unique, fashionable and good quality handloom available to women. What started as a single store brand is now a manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer and exporter of silk cotton handlooms like sarees, kurtas, kurtis, salwar suits, etc. The brand is known for the handwoven and handcrafted products from across 21 states of India. You can shop their collection online here and find all their sarees here.
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In my previous post I styled an Ajrakh saree in deep maroon from them. This time, I picked a Bengal silk saree in orange with a pink border.
I paired the Bengal soft silk saree with a teal blouse. Neck up, I used a lot of elements to match this colour. A pair of earrings from Ayesha was a perfect match, so were my bindi and the electric teal eyeliner by Sephora. And soft waves to balance the whole look.
Hope you liked this colourful look that I put together for you. Do let me know what you liked, and what you didn’t quite like (hopefully nothing for the latter 😉 ).
I will be back soon with another post (a wishlist perhaps?), till then take care!
Photos by : Nikhil Babu Thomas