Some Saree Swank {Review:}

There are online shopping portals.
And then, there are online shopping portals specializing only in Indian ethnic wear.
When this all-Indian-going-global website contacted me for a review, I was sceptical, for I'm not someone who generally shops from websites that stock all things ethnic. I mean, don't get me wrong. I'm all for Indian wear and I love the elegance of the six yards or the grace of anarkalis. But, I generally keep my eyes on portals that don't restrict my choices.
Little did I know that my ideas were about to be challenged! 
Surfing was like walking through an Indian wonderland - their vast range of sarees, suits, lehengas, kurtas and even ethnic jewellery & bags left me feeling as lost-yet-excited as Alice...!
I was spell-bound to see such a well-curated collection of clothes & accessories for every purpose, be it casual, work, party, bridal as well as some Bollywood-inspired pieces that are bound to make you feel like a star without burning a hole in your pocket! :)

When the guys from sent me the picture of the saree they wanted me to review, I was instantly sold because of the lovely color combination & the smart, yet feminine look of the saree. And by the time I received the product in all its glory, I knew that I wanted to do something different with it!
The saree looked every bit as appealing up-front and the material & trims were quite good. The biggest advantage of this saree was it's light weight. Heavy & unmanageable sarees are big turn-offs as far as I'm concerned! Henceforth, if someone asks me about the best place to buy sarees online, I would suggest Jomso right away!

Since the website is all about upholding the glamour of ethnic wear, I thought it would be fun to style this saree in a contemporary, westernised way, for a change. Everybody already knows how to drape these six yards in the traditional Indian why not spice up the tale with a little twist and wear the saree in a slightly different way? ;)

The saree came with this blue brasso with paisley motif blouse piece. But, since I was dying to flaunt the drape to you guys, I didn't wait long enough to get the blouse stitched. Hopefully, the next outing of the saree will see it being paired with its original blouse! 

I know you missed it at first glance & thought "what was so different in that?"....but look closely and you'll see my denim-ed leg sticking out from the folds of the georgette saree! ;)

Yes, I let my vintage-y floral denims show and started the drape with pleats from the middle which went on to the pallu - smart, chic & very, very convenient, I tell you! 

I chose a contrast fuschia lace Howrah Bridge blouse to bring out the colors on the saree!

I think I can even go to war in this! 
If you ask me, it's the perfect way to drape the six yards, sans the hassle & headache of tripping over the folds of fabric all around your legs. :)

[ Saree: c/o | Lace blouse: Howrah Bridge | Floral denims: Promod | Tassel earrings: DIY | Golden cuff: Gifted, Dubai | Heart ring: Aldo Accessories | Pink peeptoe pumps: Enroute ]

Jomso aspires to take Indian fashion to all corners of the world and they presently ship to more than 120 countries. Shipping is free in India and also worldwide if you shop for more than $250! Delivery is fast & efficient and all apprehensions are laid to rest by their easy return & exchange policy!
So, if you are looking to buy designer sarees online, designer lehengas online or even long anarkali dresses, head straight to for a complete shopping experience! 

Have a lovely Sunday peeps!
And a wonderful week ahead!!! Don't forget to show that swank you got! ;)

Anupriya DG

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. But the views & opinions shared in it are entirely of my own.