If you have been following me on my Facebook page you would know that I recently posted a photo of a beautiful Indian Sari I received as a gift from my brother in law's fiancé. It is for me to wear to their upcoming wedding in September. Oh I'm so looking forward to it as it is my very first Indian wedding! The vibrant colors and weaving patterns really inspired me, in a soaping way, LOL. I mixed up a very very limited fragrance for this special soap. I said very very limited because I don't think I can duplicate it , it is that complicated. It has notes of night blooming jasmine, red rose, lily, and spiced up with cardamon, cinnamon, clove and cassia with a touch of anise, then grounded with lots of sandalwood, teakwood, powdery amber, and musk. Oh I forgot to mention the extra "sweetener" honey fragrance I added to sweeten this pot up! And what kind of Indian inspired soap would be without mango lassi?! Not mine! If the scent I just described still not getting to you, this should, Sari is made with fresh mango and organic plain yogurt! Oh so yummy and good!
This is the sari I received as a gift to wearing in the up coming wedding: