Shringaar…!

Naming ceremony party was one big happy moment which I would like to register in my happy moment dairy. I don’t have such specific dairy but just an imaginary one created in my mind that brings smiles when I think of.

It was also a moment of get together apart from welcoming the cutest one in the family that gave us distraction from our day today exhausting routines and inspired us to spend some memorable moments of life with our loved ones.

You know when all your cousins meet there are jokes, fun, laughter, chats and even games that take you way back to the golden days of our childhood. I wish I could live those days back againšŸ˜„. And also, you get yet another excuse to get dolled up. šŸ˜Š

In our native, naming ceremony is celebrated in a very typical south IndianĀ  traditional way. Where all the ladies wear a traditional gold bordered saree, gold ornaments with matching bangles, gajra for hair and bindi which represents the Indian Shringaar.

But, I kept my style more modernistic with some traditional touch. I wore this beautiful beige colour saree as it’s more sober and is colour of elegance, brought from BSC shopping center, Davangere.

What really grabbed my attention was the beautiful floral works on the blouse which is basically a net material and simple plain border with not much shine or glitter.

I love net material clothes. But it requires high maintenance as one small hole can make the cloth look more poor and untidy.

Small pretty maroon prints added beautiful look to the saree body. Also the saree was light to carry and comfortable to wear. Above all, I got this for much affordable price.

I didn’t had any sleeveless blouses, so got the saree blouse stitched for one with back tie that added modern and girly feel to my look.

Finally, as a part of Indian Woman shringaar, I almost completed my graceful Indian look with beautiful white coloured bangles, pretty pearl jhumkas, kajal, maroon lipstick, a tint of peachy blush and a shinning bindi.

Note: This look can be carried for freshers or farewell parties and even for traditional events.

Happy to share!

Sayonara!

PC: Dr. Chethankumar

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