Make A Fashion Statement at the Next Wedding You Attend

13 thoughts on “Make A Fashion Statement at the Next Wedding You Attend”

  1. Wow! I always figured Masaba’s clothing items would be marked with sky-high digits but i am pleasantly surprised! Thanx Shinjini 🙂

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  2. Masaba has been my go to person since the past 3 odd years..half of us looked like Masaba Mannequins at my wedding! Her clothes are just absolutely yummy!!

    Sabya too has saris under 20K…you just need to dress them up with a piece of statement jewelry

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  3. I like Masaba’s stuff a lot, but I personally feel that this has become an obvious choice if one wants to experiment. What I mean is that it feels like one is just wearing something that is popularly perceived as experimental, real experiment would be when one ‘thinks’ and puts together an ensemble rather than using something in its exact same form. I hope I make some sense 😛

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  4. i really don’t think masaba’s style is going to get you to be different from the ”crowd”! it’s already been overdone and you can really find the exact same stuff in karol bagh shops!

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  5. I totally agree!!!! But I think most of her designs have either white or black in them, so that’s a no-no for a newly wed bride for an year :-/

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    1. Though she does a lot of black & white, she also has tons of colour. I’ve got couple of pieces in new-bride-acceptable colours.

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  6. Totally Agreed. Though those kundan/stone sarees look nice while buying, but you get bored from them so soon.. these sarees are quite fun that can be mixed n matched so well and worn with a style.Many heads turning to your side is totally guaranteed 🙂

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  7. ah well, I’d rather use different stuff- like a gorgeous jacket for winter (n printed silk), or various crop tops to saris. Or even drape two saris together to look different. Masaba’s prints, though gorgeous, are done to death. I’d still wear them for dinner/tea/casual meeting with friends, but to a wedding, not happening.

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  8. I love the cow print sari too!

    I agree that it is refreshing to move away from the run-of-the-mill blingy saris. I have found that floral print saris (Sabysachi does some, as has been mentioned in the comments above) with a contrast blouse are also appropriate as wedding guest-wear. Ideally, you need a good border to up the ante.

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  9. My personal style is bohemian/minimalist/edgy. So I would definitely wear a Masaba saree to one of my pre-wedding functions or for someone else’s. But there are many more designers that have non-conventional sarees in their collections, so Masaba is not the only option out there. I have a summer wedding to attend this July and I am seriously thinking of going in for a digitally printed sari from Jyotsna Tiwari’s new collection. Nida Mahmood/QuirkBox/Papa Don’t Preach are other brands that have quirky sari options too.

    @thedelhibride – I’m interested in knowing what you think about this Jyotsna Tiwari saree..Should i go for it?! – https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=612487862168912&set=pb.176733589077677.-2207520000.1397148575.&type=3&theater

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