by Vijaya Durga Ram

Regardless of shape, size or style…a saree looks great on every woman.

We have seen a huge lifestyle shift and culture change, where we accepted the western wardrobe graciously and have made tremendous advancement towards experimenting pretty much all the styles we see on the international magazine and yet, a SAREE somehow always fits in, stays perfectly in trend and will always do.

Through different generations, it has been worn in so many different styles.

And, I would say, that’s the best part! Let’s get creative and add in a streak of our own style to the blouses! 


A saree is the trendiest wear for girls! It looks more comfortable and stylish for women. However, the blouse is what makes or the breaks the perfect saree look. It’s is the vital element of the saree look. Every year we are blessed with new saree blouse designs. Here, we have a shirt blouse that is draped with an indigo-dyed saree. The abstract elements on the blouse makes it trendier as by combining both traditional and fusion elements. 

Here are some of the looks that I found really interesting!

Pradaini Surva, fashion model.

A Sheath turtleneck top, with an illusion neckline that just grabs the look of this simple and elegant cotton saree to the next level. The waist belt and the shoes add an extra fusion vibe to the look!

You Need To Check Out Sabyasachi’s New Collection Which Is Perfect For Summer Brides!

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Sabyasachi’s  Fiza – Spring Summer 2019 collection has made us go wowww! Everything from the silhouettes to the cuts, created over a series of adorable colour palettes, left us in awe! The exquisite jewellery, flowy embroidered fabrics and the strikingly shot collection have us glued to his Instagram profile, as he updated one post after another. We also noticed a freshness in styling and also, instead of going heavy on jewellery he switched to dainty but timeless pieces, super apt for summers. Is that an inception of a new trend?!  Whatever it may be, but it literally melted our weak hearts.


Yami Gautham,Actor.

Indigo dyed Indo-western saree with a mustard embroidered shrug!


Taapse Pannu,Actor.

Taapse Pannu at one her recent movie promotions, wore a thin striped shirt blouse and saree. It came off too strong on her and I just found it overwhelming!

The tie and the bindi just make it look effortlessly stylish yet traditional!





Trendsetter of the Week

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Name : Kirti Sachdeva

Profession : Managing Director of Cherish Hospitality Group

“If you work with passion and enjoy what you are pursuing, you will find a solution to life”

A philosophy that Kirti follows while being the Managing Director of Cherish Hospitality Group, an interior designer as well as Vaastu consultant.


At a very young age of 18, Kirti  took on the responsibility of becoming an individualistic, mature and a goal-oriented professional. After graduating in commerce from Delhi University and with years of ongoing learning experience, Kirti Sachdeva has now reached a commendable position , a renowned businesswoman, a mother of two  ,a social worker and a fashion icon for many. She has  recently launched her first store “Oblique”, in East Delhi  with a collection of  exquisite  brands in cosmetics as per seasonal trends and styling tips along with international brands of lingerie with modern fits and styles options.



She has decided to get into the hospitality services sector along with her husband Mr. Naveen Sachdeva. Her passion lies in the pursuit of excellence and she has to her credit not just the profound experience she has gained in 15 years of business that she has been actively involved in, but also the pleasure of tasting glamour first-hand. She believes in putting her best into everything and follows the motto that success can only be gained with hard work and perseverance.



A go- getter with convictions, beliefs, value for time and for personal growth and constant contribution for others is what sustains her life. It is not only the spirit of entrepreneurship that defines her, but also her enduring empathy and drive to serve society. She has been associated with NGOs and social welfare organisations one of them is Roti Bank.



My fashion motto?

Dress how you want to be addressed.



My 5 essential wardrobe elements?

A bold neckpiece with a statement ranging from street style to celebrity status, dazzling earrings with an exclusive range of matching clutches and heels, and an elegant white saree.


My favourite style influencers?

Kajol and Rekha Ji because one is so very bubbly and carries any outfit with so much ease and Rekha Ji is an epitome of elegance.


You wouldn’t catch me wearing?

A very huge cocktail ring and of course a frown on my face.


My favorite work attire?

An elegant saree – I think it covers the right amount and exposes the right amount.


An Indian brand and an international brand/designer I adore?

Sabyasachi, Coco Chanel


My go to must have accessory?

My smile and it’s very contagious.


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