Thanks to your comments on facebook yesterday, I picked the red and blue jaal work neckpiece which seem to be everyone’s favourite to my friend’s wedding in the afternoon. I wore a Bhagalpur tussar silk sari with mosaic glass clutch and Lakme wine whisper on my lips. For the uninitiated Bhagalpur silk weaving is one of the few silks weaving techniques in which the silkworm is not killed, cocoon is kept for 10-15 days till the worms start breaking out. The silk is then hand spun and the process is completely eco-friendly without the use of any dyes.
It is raining weddings and more ethnic Indian outfit posts coming up on the blog. My Sony Xperia Z3 definitely is helping take more outfit pictures as the picture quality is pretty good without having to carry a big camera. Have been using the inbuilt picture editing software to edit pictures on the phone and upload directly to the WordPress app. As a blogger, Xperia Z3 is making life easier. You can read our review of XPERIA Z3 here and camera review here.
Neckpiece – Kohar
Clucth – Nomad
Bangles – Lokhandwala market