Palam silks is known for their myriad variety of sarees which are not just beautiful but also very trendy. A must visit store for any girl who feels here mother’s sarees are old fashioned and is looking for something in vogue.
Rightly named Palam, which means a bridge, Palam silks strikes a balance between traditional and modern as they have understood the pulse of the current generation.
Palam had a one-day exhibition displaying their Diwali collections at Amethyst. One could simply walk in and pick a saree which they would like to be draped in and if they like it they could buy it.
They were well equipped with crop tops, long blouses and jackets. So all that we had to do was to pick out the sarees that we liked and there was Fashion Stylist Prajanya who helped us drape it. She gave a different twist to every saree, depending on the body type of the person and the border and motifs on the saree.
I wore a black blouse that day because it would go with most if the colours. I picked out two sarees to create two different looks.
The first look is a casual but elegant silk cotton saree. I always fall for pastel shades and the colours in this saree caught my attention. The striking purple pallu added a lot of interest to this saree. It is a day wear saree and perfect choice for a brunch or kitty party.
I opted for a traditional look this time. Who can say no to our Kanchipuram pattu ? The body of the saree had zari work throughout which made it look very grand and also muted the rich brick red colour of the saree. It had a simple pink border with peacock motifs and a rich pallu with intricate zari work. This saree is so rich that you can wear it for a wedding.
Go check out Palam’s Diwali collection. I’m sure you will love it.