http://thermograve.co.uk/?post_type=portfolio Only recently did I realise that I have never really done a Kerala saree post for my blog. So, on a very sunny day in Sharjah I decided to step out for a stroll wearing a simple Kerala saree (kasavu saree) with golden zari and a matching necklace and earring set with faux pearl detailing. A contrast blouse in rani pink, pink lips and a pink bindi completed my look.
go to link I got the necklace and earring set from Vasah India (website/ FB/ Instagram), a brand based in Chennai. Apart from jewelry like necklaces and nose pins, they also produce Mangalgiri and kasavu sarees. Head to their page to check out their latest collection.
buy isoptin I started wearing kasavu sarees when I was about 14. I wore it to various functions and Onam celebration at school, and later in my engineering college and MBA institute. But this was probably the first time I wore a kasavu saree without a pleated pallu. And I should admit, I loved it!
I wore my hair in a fishtail braid initially. My friend wanted to see how a messy bun would look on me, so we gave that a try. I like how the bun looks with the outfit, gives it an easy-breezy look.
Do let me know what you think of the look, and how you would style your kasavu saree. Probably something we can all try this Onam 😉
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Photos by : Linju Dileep & Nikhil Babu Thomas