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A cut above

A cut above
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First Published: Sat, Mar 13 2010. 01 15 AM IST

Updated: Sat, Apr 03 2010. 05 49 PM IST
Neeta Lulla: This designer is a fan of the Patola saris from Gujarat. She suggests using raw silk to make a sleeveless blouse with a low and deep back with tie-ups.
Satya Paul: Puneet Nanda, designer for Satya Paul, suggests using
the blouse fabric that comes with any of your traditional saris, such as silk saris from the south or Banarasi saris, for the bodice of the blouse. “Make it more contemporary with sleeves and straps made of tissue or georgette and use embroidery on it to enhance the look.”
Ritu Kumar: She has designed a blouse for the Jamawar silk sari with a paisley print. The backless blouse is made of silk, with embroidered sleeves and beaded tassels.
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First Published: Sat, Mar 13 2010. 01 15 AM IST
More Topics: Saree | Fashion | Satya Paul | Ritu Kumar | Neeta Lulla |