1 wedding down and only 1 just one left to go before SM and I are done with our summer wedding circuit! #NowWhatDoWeDoOnWeekends?
At the shaadi on Saturday, I wore one of my jahez outfits that I got from Lahore (I think in a shop in Cavalry Ground) – a beautiful, light pink banarsi sari.
I styled it with a low bun, and the full gold set that I wore on my wedding (which was mum’s!).
I had the sari pleats pre-stitched (because my god how hard is it to tie a sari yourself!?) at Sonu Sari Palace on Gerrard Street. Ladies in Toronto, Seema at Sonu Sari Palace is the best!
I absolutely love the way saris look – there is nothing more elegant or classic in my opinion!
Btw, ladies, when you were growing up were you allowed to wear saris? We were always told that saris were for married women, and ‘shaadi kay baad’ we could wear them! (Of course, I didn’t actually listen – rebel me! – but I wonder if this is still a thing!?)
Sari – Lahore (maybe Moon Banarsi) in Cavalry Grounds
Shoes – Michael Kors
8 thoughts on “Pink Banarsi Sari for a Saturday Shaadi”
I love the colors of this outfit. Very pretty.
Love your sari 😍 Growing up in a Pakistani household, I’ve sure heard the same 😁
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Amazing sari but I think it depends on a photographer from which angel or how they captures you picture to make it a memorable moment
Lovely saree!! Even the color of it is beautiful and is looking very elegant. Thank you for sharing this post. Keep updating with more such posts..
Haha my mom said the same about wearing saris after getting married!! I haven’t rebelled but plan on getting a bunch during my trip to Pakistan in prep for the wedding… By the way, its awesome that you’re blogging about your experiences! I haven’t come across anyone else blogging such content!
Very impressive. Really appreciable post. Thanks
Wow what a saree. Good work. Thanks