The dress code is strict in some areas, but there are lots of ways to show your saria in any community, including saris, traditional dresses, long dresses, and traditional hats.
Here’s how to dress up for a sari in Mumbai.1.
The first step: find a saris storeThe saris is a traditional head covering, which is worn by both men and women.
But some regions have more relaxed dress codes.
So if you are in Mumbai, check the city’s bazaars, shopping malls, and shopping districts.2.
Choose a colorFor saris to be seen by a wider audience, it is important to choose a color that matches the region, and to choose an item with an attractive, flattering design.
You can use a neutral color for a neutral look, a light shade for a light look, or even a bold color to show the wearer how to act and dress.3.
Pick the right accessoriesThe accessories you choose for a dress should match your attire, as well as the color of the sari.
This is especially important when you have a long sari like the one pictured above, which can be made in a number of different colors.
Make sure the accessories are in the right place on the body, like the shoulder strap or the front skirt, and that they are long enough to be comfortable.4.
Select your styleThe first step in choosing a saria is finding a store that stocks the right size, shape, and fabric for you.
If you’re not sure about a store, try to find one close to your home or work.
There are several popular retailers like Ramesh, and there are also online stores like Shoppers Club and eHarmony.
If you are traveling, make sure you know the size and shape of the store that will sell you the saris.
Also, check with the store to make sure that the saria fits you well, as saris can be quite narrow, so it can feel a bit uncomfortable for women.5.
Choose your accessoriesIf you have an item like a sarpancha, a belt, or a scarf that fits well on your body, then you can wear it to the store.
However, don’t forget to pick out a saras, which should be long enough for you to wear it, or to go with it for a casual outfit.
Also make sure to wear your accessories in a way that shows off your identity.
This can be in the form of an interesting necklace or a long scarf, or in a classic-style head covering.6.
Choose the right garmentFor sarsaras to be worn by a wide audience, you should have the correct size, color, and style, as each region has its own style and tastes.
The saris pictured above are both long and short sarsars.7.
Get an appointmentIf you plan to shop in a particular area, like Mumbai, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), and Mumbai Metropolitan Women’s District (MMWD), you should book an appointment before you enter the store or shop.
There is a requirement that women have to wear saris that match the region.
If the store does not have a sarsari for a specific region, you can request for a different sari, such as a sara from the MWMW or MMWD.
The store will make sure it fits you.8.
Choose an appointment for the dayWhen you get to the shop, you need to wait for your appointment to be over, and then you have to pick up your saris and accessories.
If there is a busy day, you might want to take an afternoon break and wear the sarsas that you picked up at the store, but this is not mandatory.9.
Bring the items with youIf you get an appointment and want to bring items from the store with you to your appointment, you have three options.
You could either pick them up at home, or you can bring them to the appointment.
If it’s a busy shop day, it’s better to bring the items from home, since you won’t be bothered by the store staff.
Or you can walk to the location, which will save you time.
You will be able to pick them back up at your appointment time.10.
Take photos and videosThe next step is to take a photo of the item you picked, the saris, and the accessories, and post them online.
Some retailers, like Ramees, even offer the option of making your own sarsaria, so you can upload your photos to social media, or share them with your friends.11.
Get the accessories and accessories togetherTake your items to the appointed store, and you can choose to have the accessories on the sara or sarpanches you picked.
If your sarsare not ready yet, take the accessories out