Thursday, May 10, 2012

Thursday Challenge - STYLE (Hair, Makeup, Perfume bottles, Mirrors, Formal Wear, Dresses,...)



The lady has draped her saree in Gujarati (Western India) Style.

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35 comments:

  1. Many years ago, we would tie on a fabric 'choli' (sp?) and then wrap ourselves in 12 feet of fabric and call it a Sari! No one in Philadelphia knew enough to say it was not - but I bet we would have looked like silly hippies to your knowing eye! I do enjoy this candid shot of Mumbai's leafy streets and good people.

    होनोलूलू से गर्म Aloha


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  2. What a terrific capture for the day! I does cover the challenge!

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  3. Good one.
    She is unaware she is famous now. :)

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  4. I love this everyday shot! How elegant she looks without it being draped professionally. How utterly proper she looks!!! I love this shot. I am so glad you noted her and used ur camera to freeze the moment in time!

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  5. I've seen some ladies wearing such way at the airport, I didn't know it's called Gujarati style...

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  6. nice capture
    a different view from a different angle
    Thank You
    http://drivingwithpen.blogspot.in/

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  7. une belle photo, on a l'impression quelle parle le langage des sourds et muets

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  8. Beautiful, modern pattern in saree !

    http://nukkekotinukke.blogspot.com/2012/05/thursday-challenge-style-tyylia-tai.html

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  9. nice click...i find gujrati women to be confident, entrepreneurial and very beautiful...not to say their way of wearing the sari is nice too!!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/

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  10. I didn't know that there were different ways to wear a sari I leaned from my friend another way. She has beautiful saris and I like them very much !

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    1. That is so nice. You must post one of your pics in a saree!!

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  11. she doesn't cover her head?

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    1. Nowadays the head covering is generally done at home in front of elders.

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  12. Many of the first Indians to New Zealand are fro Gujarat.

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  13. Interesting post for the day! Good one! :)

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  14. out of the box, even though it relates to every day life!
    The mundane captured well.

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  15. Reminds me of - Itne paise mein itna ich milega!

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