Diwali Outfit - Leharia Saree on Shimmer Skirt

After 3 versions, here's version 4...





Skirt, Earrings: Same as in Version 1 of Diwali outfit
Blouse: Same as in Version 3
Bracelet: Handmade by artisans of Madhya Pradesh
Saree: Handmade by artisans of Gujarat


In this case, I traditionalized it all the more and wore the skirt with the blouse as seen in prev. post and then wore a saree on top of it!!! The saree is called Leharia, a tie and dye craft of Gujarat. It compliments Bandhni, which is clumping of fabric and dyeing, whereas this one is rolling of fabric along the width and tying it with rope, diagonally all over the length of the fabric. Its a very fine and thin saree, so it was perfect to be layered on top of the shimmery skirt!!! I wore the saree a bit higher than usual way of touching the floor, so the border part of the skirt is visible!!!! 
The bracelet is handmade enamel work from Madhya Pradesh...


Check out prev. posts on other versions of 2012 Diwali outfits: Version 1, Version 2, Version 3

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28 comments

  1. I love the colours here! The bracelet looks great!

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  2. i love the orange and blue together. it's so gorgeous! the gold trim around the top and that bracelet is exquisite.
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  3. I love the colors, purple is one of my favorite ones!

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  4. Your saree looks phenomenal, and so does the bracelet:)

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  5. Nice Designer Bracelets - and collection is very nice .


    Thanks
    Diamond Necklace

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  6. Amazing look! I love it! Isn't showing my name? But I'm there and I confirm, dear ... =)

    Kisses

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  8. amazing outfit

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  9. Hey dear, you have a very beautiful dress and the bracelet matches it perfectly! You have a delicate taste of indian fashion. Coming from europe I always enjoy reading blogs from other parts of the world! By the way: thank you for reading my blog! I am more than happy to have such lovely readers like you! =)
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  10. It looks beyond amazing! Loved the photos :)

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  12. This saree is SO beautiful! I love handmade pieces as they're always very special and unique garments! And the vibrancy of colors in this outfit is really gorgeous!

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  13. Beautiful!<3

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    1. Nope. It isn't!! Its a saree. Half saree is the one in the last post! Saree is 5.5 to 6 mts & half saree is just 2.5 to 3 mts! Its a transparent one and I'm wearing it higher to show off the skirt! :) Thanks doll! :)

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  16. I like the scarf... great bold colors!

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  17. pretty scarf :)

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