At Serangoon Road you can find all kinds of beautiful silk sarees and at Arab Street there are all these lovely materials. All you now need is a good tailor.
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I love this photo! Beautiful and artistic.
Thanks Sister Earth 🙂 I just love blue against pink…always try to get a shot when I see these 2 colours together.
I love cloth shots. One of my favorite pictures from the India trip is one my friend Curt (or Love) took of various sari materials laid out for us to examine.
even though I hardly wear sarees (being so clumsy and all) I used to love selecting them for my mum. So much fun to have them rolled out one by one.
Cool picture 🙂
tourists are so addicted to cloth, my sister is in HK and got hyper in this market called stanley browsing through silk scarfs
when I was in Hong Kong years ago…it was all about the silk bedsheets