WITH QUILLS & SPILLS
Yes, you read it right. Part V it is! If it is your first time here, don’t forget to check parts I-IV and all the other posts 🙂
I have just started embracing sarees truly. So many varieties to choose from – varying prints, fabrics, blouse styles, experimenting with jewelry, make-up and hair, draping styles, etc. The variations depending on the state the saree comes from. I don’t think I have ever worn so many sarees in a single month. Every time I drape a saree, there is something new I learn. Over the past few weeks I have understood (through experience) what happens when you forget to stitch a saree fall, how difficult it gets to drape if you don’t remove the extra blouse material attached, how some fabrics are easier to drape compared to others, and so on…
You have seen in my recent posts cotton sarees, silk sarees, mixed fabrics, etc. You have also seen me pair sarees with crop tops, tank tops, shirts, and funky blouses. For this post I wanted to do something different.
I got a beautiful temple set in German Silver and a dual-tone ring from Quills & Spills recently. Quills & Spills is a jewelry brand from Chennai. What started as a hobby for the founder soon turned into an online store. They make beautiful fashion jewelry, German silver jewelry, daily-wear trinkets, etc. You can visit their social media pages to check out their collection and shop a few pieces yourself (FB/instagram).
I wanted a saree that could complement the temple set. That’s when I came across this blue-green fabric in a store. I got 5.5 metres of the fabric, and voila!
About the look : I wanted the temple set to be the highlight of the outfit, so I went for a simple look. I opted for simple make-up and a green bindi to complete the look.
Hope you liked the look 🙂 And like always, don’t forget to share your feedback with us.
Photos by : Nikhil Babu Thomas