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Natasha BEAUTY BEAT THE STUDIO MASTERCLASS EDITORIALS BEAUTY BOX

THE SARI EDIT

Saris are one of my favourite things to wear for formal dinners and weddings. They’re so classic and versatile and never go out of fashion. Here’s how I’ve styled some of my favourite saris over the years.

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

This is a Sania Maskatiya sari which I’ve paired with art deco diamond earrings.

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

This black banarsi sari belonged to my Nano and I love the pop of colour that the pink gives on the border.

Clutch: Bottega Veneta
Earrings: Vesimi

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

My mom wore this yellow banarsi sari on my 2nd birthday and here I’ve kept my makeup and hair soft to balance the bright colours of the sari and accessories.

Clutch: Farah Talib Aziz
Jewelry: Pearl and Polki

Sari the edit - Natasha style

This sari has also been in my family for years and I’ve put the look together with black glass bangles and a mix of silver and gold metallics.

Sari the edit - Natasha

I love fusion pieces such as the sari dress- which is perfect for those who may have trouble carrying a sari but still love the look of one.

Sari: Misha Lakhani
Earrings
: Amrapali

Sari the edit - Natasha's wedding
Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

I wore this red banarsi sari for my nikkah which belonged to my mother-in-law. She wore this at her wedding almost 35 years ago. I’m amazed at how the workmanship still looks brand new.

Jewelry: Family heirlooms

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid
Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

Velvet and net saris in dark jewel tones such as this maroon one are perfect for winter. I love the intricate work on the sari border on this one.

Sari: Mina Hasan
Jewelry: From my mom’s closet

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

Nothing like a delicate charmeuse sari- it’s one of my favourite fabrics to drape.

Clutch: Bottega Veneta
Jewelry: Polki set

Sari the edit - Natasha Khalid

For this look, I went with a monochromatic theme by tying it together with emerald and diamond jewelry in the same green colour palette, which I wore at my nikkah.

Clutch: Bottega Veneta

Hope you found some inspiration for your next sari look.

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