A Thing Called Fashion

The Secret Project


Few days back I came across this Instagram profile via a blogger friend who had recently collaborated with them. The sari dress caught my attention and took me directly to their website.

The story behind The Secret Project is captivating and awe-inspiring. Their aim is to work in NGO’s and charities that help empower women. Not just empowering, the organisation that they collaborate with lend a helping hand to women who want to earn a living but find it difficult to find opportunities. They have created a positive and joyful community centers for women to help and support them. Other than the Sari dress that they market, another unique concept that they make is the secret pillow that opens up as a fold-able quilt. Isn’t that amazing! Who could have thought of that but these women did it. If that isn’t stirring, I don’t know what is!!

I got my hand on this easy breezy sari dress that these women make. All the sari dress that they sew are trouble-free and simple. The designs are spunky and pretty. The material that they use are saris that we have always seen lying in a corner in our mother’s wardrobe. They have different materials like cotton, georgette, silk and options to choose from on their website on a very reasonable price. It gives you peace when you know that someone will benefit from the money spent on something good.

I styled this peachy cotton sari dress with a white shrug. The material is so soft and breezy that even after layering I could beat the Bangalore summer effortlessly. A perfect outfit to absorb the torpor.

What do you think?




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