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Upping Saree quotient with Unnati Silks

Looking back at the memory lane, most women I've seen and met have always donned and adored the 6 yards (sometimes 9) of elegance. Growing up in Indian household, I used to see how my mum used to wear a saree so fast and so perfect in a single go. I remember sneaking into my room with any of mum's saree, standing in front of mirror and trying to wear it and then fail miserably. 
Reminiscing those memories, I got to collaborate with Unnati Silks and here are the pictures of how childhood's random 'Saree wrapping' turned into modern day millennial 'Saree draping'.



Here I am dolled up in a hand printed Venkatagiri cotton saree from Unnati Silks. Unnati Silks has been a single shopping entity to shop genuine silk, cotton handlooms like saree, salwar suits, kurtas and other Indian textiles, shipping across India and overseas.




        

These sarees are made of pure cottons of Venakatagiri and are generally in light colors with floral designs, patterned blocks of strips which are created from Dabu printing. These have a characteristic 4 inch zari border giving it a rich look. Along with these, they have Booti magic and strips on the pallu accompanied by plenty of floral designs, making it a great option to wear. 


This saree can be worn on festivals, occasional events in corporate offices and so on. Pair it up with pretty earrings and Voila! You're all set.

Unnati Silks is the largest online store for all varieties of ethnic wear, apt for various occasions at attractive prices.

To check their range of sarees online, Click here.


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In Frame: Subhashree Malla
Wearing: Unnati Silks
Photography: Shashi Kiran (Kiran's Photography)
Location Partner: Vivo Karnataka

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