Thalabrala Sari - South Indian weddings, particularly in Andhra have a first half, in which the bride wears a red or green sari, and a second half in which she changes into a white sari (known as a thalabrala cheera). So beautiful.
Off white jacquard zardosi, cutdana, stone and patch bordered saree. As shown matching blouse can be made available and also can be customized upto 42 inches due to fabric limitation. (Slight variation in color and patch border is possible.
The stunning off white silken drape embellished with rich gold zari is perfectly complemented by the benarasi brocade silk blouse length. The traditional floral pattern in vintage gold on the blouse adds drama to the understated beauty of the sari. In gold, with rosecut diamonds and a keshi pearl, the floral nosepin from Ahalya is the perfect feminine finishing touch to this pairing.