A sari is one of the most beautiful dresses a woman can wear. It’s consists of a long piece of fabric that is draped and wrapped around the body and worn with a choli top that is backless and gives the feel of wearing a halter top.
When I wear a sari I feel lovely, feminine and beautiful. What can I say other then that I feel the transformation when ever I wear one, it’s like the thing that happens to a butterfly, once a caterpillar then the next moment it’s a beautiful light and breezy butterfly. I think since my growing fascination with Bollywood and Hindi serials, I have grown to love and appreciate the sari. Just before I moved away from New York, I took the opportunity to purchase some sarees and they are absolutely breath taking. I wore a green colored one on a recent dinner date with my husband and I felt so elegant as I was wrapped in the luscious fabric. While wearing a Sari I no longer have just an ordinary walk, oh no, I take smaller steps and well it’s an opportunity to feel graceful as the dress just flows. As I walk, turn and sway the fabric smooths across my body and my waist, showing my every curve, then I adore how it is draped across one shoulder with my midriff exposed. Any woman at of any size would just love the way it feels.
The choli top is a important part of the Sari and it’s tight and backless; it gives the appearance of a halter top. Basically you can choose to have many embellishments and embroidery or just a plain sari. This beautiful dress is mostly worn by Indian woman of the world and oh my! Don’t they wear that dress! It is a piece of fabric about 6-9 yards long and it’s amazing to see how something so simple can remind you of the queenly beautiful woman that you are.
Here’s more information about the Sari