Saree— the coolest attire with Triveni Ethnics!

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It’s considered to be the most beautiful attire a woman adorns as it brings out the best of beauty out of her. Today, The Style Symphony has come up with yet another OOTD, i.e., a sensuous saree from a traditional wear website called [highlight]Triveni Ethnics[/highlight]. In our last saree outfit post, we discussed about the sensual aspect of the drape which makes a woman seductive yet stylish and traditional yet contemporary. In today’s OOTD we present a saree from Triveni Ethnics as the coolest attire a woman can adorn.

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History of saree as the cool attire!

Saree is indeed the coolest attire a woman needs to dress herself in during hot summer days. What we seek in summers to cool ourselves are the two cooling agents of nature— the elements of water and air. And a saree surely incorporates these two basic ‘tattvas’— the ‘jal tattva’ (water element) and the ‘vayu tattva’ (air element). The pallu of a saree that flows fearlessly expresses the free flowing spirit of air. Whereas, the drape which covers the entire body from head-to-toe comprises of the spirit of water as if a woman emerges through water and is completely drenched.

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The age old ancient idea of a seamless piece of clothing itself has arrived from the cool elements of air and water. In Mahabharata, when Draupadi sought help from Lord Krishna to save her from Dushasana, Krishna himself evoked Varuna (water God) and Vayu (wind God) to enhance Draupadi’s saree to endless lengths. So, it’s the proven Mythological fact that saree is the coolest attire.

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In modern times too, only a saree could suit the sensibilities of a woman while, talking about a summer attire. Especially, this Eyecatchy Grey Colored Border Worked Chiffon Saree from Triveni Ethnics is the perfect example of the cool attire because of its soothing colors and pattern. It’s a light-grey chiffon saree with an embellished wide border in teal and royal blue. The border is further enhanced with silver zari embroidery, blue thread work, stones and gold gota-patti work.

IMG_73121The Style Symphony Maitreni Mishra Triveni EthnicsAlso, we have received a well-cut and neatly stitched art-silk blouse that is complimenting and suits to our size preferences.

It’s a lightweight saree which is quite rich in feel and texture, perfect for a cocktail party or a subtle evening do. It’s a sheer and airy saree with a cool aqua theme border which reminds of fresh breeze and sea waves.

So, only a woman can adorn air and water to express her true individuality with a delicate drape. And that’s the very reason of a saree being the coolest attire!

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The Style Symphony Maitreni Mishra Triveni EthnicsAbout Triveni Ethnics:

Triveni Ethnics is an online shopping portal which deals in various traditional Indian outfits for women. Right from sarees to salwar kameezes and lehengas to Indo-Western kurtis, you can find the best possible deals in ethnic wear to suit every woman’s traditional wear needs.

You can even find Indian ethnic outfits and dress materials not only for women but also for men and kids too. You can explore all the more complimenting accessories to quench your style thirst to keep in-style always.

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So Symphonites, whenever the Mercury rises up, switch over to a drape from Triveni Ethnics and enjoy the coooooooooool while others faint with the hot flushes of envy. 😉 Happy ‘sareeing’ for all the more cool autumns! 🙂

And how could we miss a saree selfie! ^_^ There you go!

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#OOTD details

Saree: Triveni Ethnics

Chandelier Earrings:

Cocktail Ring: TH

Bangles: Colaba Causeway, Mumbai

Block Heels: Catwalk 

  • Sujata Bansod


  • Sujata Bansod


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  • So pretty! You look gorgeous in a saree!

  • Priyanka Tanwar

    Sheer elegance

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  • Good to know more about the history of saree and you do look very beautiful in a saree.

    • Thank you so much for the compliment Fayaz 🙂 Glad you informed with the post! Cheers!

  • Looking beautiful.:)

    Sriram & Krithiga

  • You look beautiful in a saree. 🙂

  • Jamshed Azmi

    Very interesting post on Sarees.

  • A beautiful post with gorgeous look Maitreni 🙂 You perfectly portrayed the traditional wear, simply amazing.

    • Thank you so much Prasanna. I’m glad that you liked it! 🙂

  • Wah ji Wah… Kya baat


  • Beautiful 🙂 🙂

  • thank you kashpal 🙂

  • Thank you Mr. Parashar for noticing such intricate details. We are glad that you liked the post. Your analysis is much appreciable. Thanks for stopping by. Cheers!

  • Ami Bhat

    You should look up #100sareepact on FB. I think you will enjoy taking part in it. 🙂

    • Well well, this is something I wasn’t aware about. Thanks for letting me know Ami, I am sure to check it. 🙂

  • Anjali Sengar

    You looking ravishing gal.. The pictures are hawwwwwt 😉

  • Naaice :).. Couldn’t agree more – Saree, the coolest and the most beautiful attire indeed.

    PS: A small question though, should I be calling you Sangeeta or Maitreni? . The comment section mentions Sangeeta..

    • Thanks and very well said Vinay 🙂

      Well, me & Sangeeta Mishra (my mom) both are contributors of TSS and wee make it a team. She does handle the comment sections seldom depending on the posts that she writes for TSS. You can find more about the TSS team here: Hope that helps! 🙂 So, ideally if “Sangeeta” is mentioned a writer at the end of the posts, she would handle the comments and if you find similar outfit posts like this featuring me you can easily recognize me I’ sure 😀

  • I love sarees! You look lovely sweets xx