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Fabulous Chanderi sarees were, at one point, the favored garments of royalty and noblewomen because of their tremendous elegance and chic yet understated beauty. Today these iconic pieces are popular with modern royals: Bollywood actresses wear them to red carpet events all over the world!
Chanderi sarees were, at one point, the favored garments of royalty and noblewomen. These elegant pieces offer a chic yet understated beauty that is still popular today with modern royalty: Bollywood actresses and society ladies alike. Chanderi made its first red carpet appearance in 1947 when Mrs. Rajiv Gandhi wore it to her husband's installation ceremony as Prime Minister of India. It was such an iconic moment for these delicate fabrics that are now favorites among some celebrities on Hollywood’s A-list!
Chanderi sarees are elegant and chic yet understated, which is why they have been a favorite among royalty for generations. Recently these traditional Indian garments made an appearance on the red carpet with actresses from Bollywood and society ladies attending functions in them alike.
A Chanderi sari is a delicate, elegant garment. It's important to get the styling just right for its beauty and intricacy should be highlighted with careful attention given to details such as jewelry. Women should avoid heavy, overwhelming pieces or stick to intricate but elegant golden filigree necklaces and pearl jewelry sets that highlight this fine fabric's quality qualities best of all!
If you're wearing a Chanderi sari, remember to choose your jewelry carefully - too much can overwhelm its delicate fabric. At the same time though, it's important not to go with something that doesn't match this style at all like big hoop earrings or silver bracelets and necklaces!
It is common knowledge that the most suitable jewelry to wear with Chanderi silk sarees are gold necklaces, bangles, and earrings. However for cotton sarees (which can also be worn for everyday use), silver jewelry and Meenakari necklaces look best! But do not forget about your footwear; sandals straps at least a little bit of heel work well because they enhance the drape and fall as you move.
If you're in the market for a new saree, then it's time to get your best jewelry ready! Chanderi silk has always been one of India’s most coveted fabrics since its introduction. It is lustrous and shimmering with an unmatched beauty that can be matched up with gold necklaces, bangles or earrings. But if cotton is more on your agenda as far as clothing goes (with good reason!), then silver jewelry will work just fine too - Meenakari kada being perfect accompaniment when dressing down during the day-to-day grind of life. The final touch? A pair of sandals should have at least some heel.
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