When was in college I had very few sarees, hardly 5 to 6 Sarees. Soft, supple,very thin Chiffons. My mom who had a great sense of fashion was my closet designer. Most of my college wears were Skirts, midis, trousers and tees. For name sake one pavadai dhaavani. She used to procure materials from various places and get them stitched for me and my second sister. My first akka had a beautiful collection of traditional attires, pavadai ND dhaavani (half saress ) and sarees. I was told by mom that cotton and thick materials are not for college students. We used to listen to her😁.She had a huge collection of cottons and silks sarees. Till 2007 she was my personal groomer. Over the years I stopped draping thin and transperant materials and switched to handlooms and silks. Few days ago while shopping for Miss A, I fell for this lace fabric and got 5.5 metres cut from the roll. Though I am not very much comfortable in feather light, see through material but I could pull it off with ease. I am full of gratitude to my late mom who made me realize that our personality progresses with time and fashion is what designers offer but Style is what we choose.. Right?
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