Yesterday met one old friend of mine and she suggested for a school reunion to be arranged. It was on that day, I felt nostalgic reminiscing the old ‘adda’ session, we used to have before the crack of the Puja holidays!
Today while I was passing by the street, I found the bamboos piled up in one corner and few people framing the structure of the pandal. That’s when it stroke my mind, that Pujas have come and it’s just a month left.
Gone were those days, when as a teen school kid, I used to fish into my momma’s wardrobe to drape myself on a laal-paar-saree ‘red saree’. Though my habit has remained unchanged for over the years, but colour combination, styles and fashion sense obviously has had got a transformation.
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Kolkata and its beautiful girls normally put our para guys ‘in a fix’. Obviously when you see the ‘Ya Debi’s aka Ya Baby’s’ in the bestest of best avatar.
As I am running short of time, for the overload at my office, shopping at new market or gariahat wouldn’t be my choice. Hence, I would go for a saree online shopping to pick on the latest collections.
Get to know my looks during the Navratri Fashion Fiesta:
More than my recent wardrobe collections of sarees from online, I have decided to let my swag style do the talking. Have decided to ditch off my saree online shopping this time and slip on a palazzo and sleevless kurti with a kutch dupatta.
To round it up, Kohl and antique silver jhumkas would prep up my morning look for the day.
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For the evening, it would be my mom’ rich red handloom saree with a bright black bindi and red lipstick.
This Saptami morning look would be a boat neck blouse paired up over a green colour net choli for the pushpanjali session.
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Night at Maddox and for pandal hopping – off-shoulder blouse over a silk saree would look gorgeous.
This day being special for the dhunnuchi and Maa er Bhog and Kichuri. The whole , rather most of the day is spent at the Pandal.
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Hence my look for the day would be fuschia pink saree and green kutch blouse. It’s a special saree picked from a renowned online portal.
Navami night is never complete without ‘dandiyas’. Hence, while doing my recent online saree shopping, got hold of this lehenga saree – which looks classy , chic and sexy.
Either a choli blouse or sleevless black – would look great with it.
A day when we have to pay aideu to Maa durga.
For the shiddur khela, bright plain red silk saree with white and black corset blouse is what I have chosen for this year.
During the immersion ceremony, a black vest top with jean shrug would add to the final touch up in the evening.Seeing my swag look, even Maa Durga is planning her 5 stylish avtaars for this year Puja 2018.