Monthly Archives: February 2023

  1. Red Kanjivaram Saree - A Must Have for Your Bridal Trousseau

    Getting married is one the most important occasions of a person’s life. Almost every person, particularly the women, fantasises about their wedding day. Which things to do, which things not to do and most importantly which outfit to wear.

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  2. Tips to Style Up Your Baluchari Silk Saree for Wedding Parties

    Bong women are known for their big eyes and Antpoure traditions. The timeless artistry and sophistication of Bengali culture pave their ways through fashion and lifestyle. There are tales from the glorious ancient hours written across the folds and borders of Bengali traditional sarees.

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  3. Some Popular Traditional Sarees Every Woman Must Have in Her Wardrobe

    We Indians wear our tradition on our sleeves and breathe in the air of celebrations. From wedding to baby shower, from Durga Puja to Makar Sankranti, from Holi to Diwali, we love to celebrate our age-old traditions with lights, colors, rituals as well as through our attires. In India, celebrations are synonymous with its traditional sarees.

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  4. What Is So Trendy About Designer Chiffon Sarees

    What Is So Trendy About Designer Chiffon Sarees

    A big shoutout to all the chiffon saree lovers around the globe. Often enough, we hear women complaining about heavy weight traditional sarees that are not that easy to carry. Then arrives chiffon sarees as the real time savior.

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  5. Avoid 7 Common Mistakes While Wearing A Benarasi Saree

    Women across the globe who belong to Indian ethnicity, would love to drape a royal Benarasi saree at their big events and celebrations. The craze among this saree is eternal and yet a lot of women fail to rock a Benarasi saree look due to some common mistakes that they might have overlooked while draping or accessorizing it.

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  6. How to Recognize A Pure Chanderi Silk Saree

    How to Recognize A Pure Chanderi Silk Saree

    Indian outfits have a variety of modes and shades. And if you look beyond the mainstream traditional saree outfits, you’ll land on a canvas with a plethora of colours, fabrics, and patterns. Chanderi silk saree is one prominent addition in Indian women’s wardrobe ever since it has emerged in the fashion fraternity. Be it a conventional drape or an Indo-Western fusion outfit, Chanderi silk sarees are designers’ favourite pick and extremely high on demand.

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  7. Best Sarees to wear in Winter season

    Best Sarees to wear in Winter season

    Winter is one of the most favorite seasons for majority of people in India. For them the cold weather is symbolic of a season full of joyous festivities because it is the winter season in which one gets to enjoy the warmth and cheer of Christmas as well the current year giving way to a fresh new year.

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  8.  Traditional Saree: A Trendy Must-have To Celebrate This Bhai Dooj

    There are different legends on Bhai Dooj. Bhai Dooj is celebrated as 'Yama Dwitiya' because it is a belief that on this day, Yamaraj who is the Lord of Death visited his sister Yami's house. During his visit to her house, she put a tika on his forehead praying for his prosperity and well-being and to remember this occasion, we are celebrating Bhai Dooj.

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  9. Tips to Keep Your Handloom Silk Sarees As Good As New For A Long Time

    Handloom silk sarees are the most pricy possessions in any Indian woman's wardrobe. Extensively shopped and handpicked especially during weddings and celebrations, and Indian woman's outfit is incomplete while not these nuggets.

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  10. Cotton silk saree- A great summer wear to flaunt your beauty

    With the mercury rising up this season, Indian women are constantly on the summer quest for the right outfits that keeps them cooler and landing up at an amazing variety of cotton silk sarees. Cotton is no doubt the most versatile and comfortable fabric among all. Cotton silk sarees, on the other hand, gives you the best of both worlds.

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