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'.
Hailing in Bangalore, for like 2 years now, I have started loving the place. Right from its culture, food, places and mostly traditional attires. Since childhood, I've been fawning upon traditional outfits like sarees, lehenga, salwar kameez and what not! I shared a special love for saree but like you know, saree is not that easy to wear. Trying to find easy alternatives, I stumbled upon the very beautiful traditional attires from South India called Half Saree. Langaa Daavani in Karnataka, Langa Voni in Telugu, Pattu Paavadai in Tamil; this has been a trademark of how most girls in South India dress up.