#SareeTwitter takes over Internet; Priyanka Gandhi tweets a throwback sari photo from her wedding day
As #SareeTwitter gains momentum, women from all over India are sharing pictures of themselves draped in colourful saris.
Of late, Twitter was abuzz with #BottleCapChallenge, the bizarre social media trend which required you to kick off a bottle cap without spilling or knocking over the bottle. However, on Monday, much to the surprise of Twitteratis, #SareeTwitter took over the micro-blogging site.
The trend documented a series of bright Outfit Of The Day (OTTD) pictures, and throwback photos. It eventually turned out to be massive hit among Twitter users.
So what is it all about? Simply put, women from all over India, were sharing pictures of themselves draped in colourful saris and rightfully complimenting one another.
As #SareeTwitter gained momentum, celebrities and politicians have also joined the bandwagon to share their favourite sari looks.
Check out some of posts here
Actress Yami Gautam shared her special sari moment and wrote, "Nothing can match the elegance and beauty of a Saree.
— Yami Gautam (@yamigautam) July 16, 2019
Journalist Barkha Dutt shared a throwback picture of her Mom, who chose to wore a sari at the war front.
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vohra joined the trend by sharing a throwback picture of herself in saree from the morning of her wedding day
— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) July 17, 2019
Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi also participated in the trend and shared four photos of her in the traditional attire
— Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) July 15, 2019
Check out other #SareeTwitter posts here
— Priya Sometimes (@PriyaSometimes) July 15, 2019
Saree dipicts our Indian tradition and culture. It is also supposed to be known as our sexiest costume. One looks dignified , elegant, beautiful , graceful and yet can seem very appealing in it #SareeTwitter pic.twitter.com/gVIuAZ6Uco
— Nagma (@nagma_morarji) July 15, 2019
— Vidya (@VidyaKrishnan) July 16, 2019
Here's some contribution to #SareeTwitter ✨ My 7-door cupboard has ran out of space & I still obsessively keep buying more sarees 😭 pic.twitter.com/2Bz3zMUmqU — Ushnota Paul (@journojuno) July 15, 2019
— Sᴜᴢᴀɴɴᴇ Bᴇʀɴᴇʀᴛ (@suzannebernert) July 14, 2019
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