When you live in India and when you're all set to get married or already married, people expect you to wear sarees and suits, in short expect you to be really traditional. But when you are a modern girl and a fashionista, that's the last thing you wanna do, look traditional! Since I am in Hyderabad, I have been missing fashion and style more than anything. This place has its own style, which ofcourse is not my style. When you are amidst all this, all you want is to look at people and clothes that inspire you and make you believe that yes someone out there is always there to inspire you.

Well talking about sarees, I am not a saree person at all. Its the last thing I would want to wear. But when Anamika Khanna made those chotu sarees, wearing them was all I could think of. A new and modern way of wearing a saree is so refreshing.

So today, making us drool over this modern approach to our very own saree is Miss Nandini Bhalla. For those who do not know who she is, she is the editor of our own magazine ' Cosmopolitan'. At her birthday which had a 'mahabharat' theme(how cool is that?), she dressed so amazingly in a Shantanu-Nikhil saree. As much as I love Shantanu-Nikhil's saree, I loved how Ms.Bhalla wore it. She looked amazing. I am definitely going to wear my saree like this.

how pretty does she look?
Nandini, we love thy look.

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