By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Since time immemorial, the six-yard piece of elegance with no zip or stitch has been enhancing the beauty of Indian women. A saree is the only staple, which can instantly transform a girl into a woman. In fact, almost every girl has draped her mother's dupatta as a saree and played ghar-ghar when she was young.
A saree is not just any other staple, it defines an Indian woman's identity. From Assam's mekhela chadar to Bengal's atpoure shari, there are more than 15 traditional saree draping style in India. However, the most popular is a nauvari saree drape, which is worn by Maharashtrians, especially during the wedding ceremonies. Yes, a Marathi bride has to wear a traditional nauvari saree with a brahmi nath on her wedding day. And we spotted a bride, who had donned a most unique coloured saree for her Maharashtrian wedding.
Meet our bride of the week, Latisha (who is the daughter of MP, Rajan Vachare), who tied the knot with Agriculture Minister, Dada Bhuse's son, Avishkar Bhuse in an intimate wedding in Maharashtra. The gorgeous bride, Latisha ditched the trend of wearing a pretty designer lehenga and had donned a nauvari saree, which is a must-wear staple for a Maharashtrian bride.
The bride, Latisha had opted for a pretty yellow-hued saree with floral embroidery on the border. She had teamed it with an aqua-coloured blouse and a matching dupatta. She had accentuated her look with jhoomar-style earrings, a brahmi nath, and a matching maang teeka. The bride's makeup artist, Varsha Gidwani had kept her hair half-tied at the back and her look was finished off with subtle makeup, pink lips and a crescent moon bindi.
The bride's parents, Rajan Vichare and Nandini Rajan Vichare had twinned in matching ensembles. The mother of the bride wore an aqua-blue saree with a contrasting pink blouse. On the other hand, the father of the bride had opted for a matching blue-coloured kurta.
Well, we love the bride's look for her Maharashtrian wedding. She looked nothing less than a royal bride! What do you think?
The six-yard piece of cloth with no stitch or zip has been elevating the aura of women across the nation. Saree is considered as a staple that marks the beginning of a girl's journey to womanhood. We all can clearly remember our mothers sigh when they had seen us dressed in a saree for the firstRead More