The chronological interaction with the British saw most women from royal families come out of purdah in the 1900s. This stapled a change of dress. Maharani Indira Devi of Behar popularized the chiffon sari.
We have all witnessed the original paintings of Ranis and Maharanis in their elegant attire, adorning the drape with simplicity and softness.
Adding a pinch of ‘Your Highness’ in your wardrobe is the ‘It’ factor.
Old is gold – so has been said, and so has been told.
How to spot a piece that looks vintage?
Look for raw colors and not bright hues.
Intricacy in the artwork of the product should be visibly sharp and detailed.
Yepme’s vintage Picks are the traditional earrings.
Different courts adopted their own styles of indigenizing & draping a saree.
There are a total of 80-recorded styles of draping a 4 to 9 meter saree.
Designers such as Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Tarun Tahiliani and Gaurav Gupta have beautifully explored Saree in their own different styles and design concepts.
There is a different saree for every region in our country.
It is till date the best-worn piece of art on the international red carpet that best describes our country.
Yes, the modern Indian saree revolves around the Navel show, but when we wear classic pieces, we tend to follow the footsteps of our forefathers.
Taking a break from the western dressing and getting back to the roots of being and feeling traditional is what the trend today offers.
A blend of the modern you and the royal attire have a long way to go.
‘It is best described as top fashion in female form.’
STYLE TIP – Always team vintage jewelry items with these babies.
Maybe something that belongs to your mother/grandmother
Think ancestral and that’s your answer!