Designer Sarees

Nidhi Kejriwal

The sari (often called ‘saree’), is a garment traditionally worn in the Indian sub-continent. It can be an inheritance passed down through generations, or a purely functional garment worn every day. It’s seen on weddings, special occasions, and on runways, it has influenced fashion designers across the world. Make a press release at the upcoming engagement and reception parties by wearing cocktail sarees also which are a classic mixture of style, sultry cuts, drapes, and embellishments that convulse your curves, cocktail sarees are the choice for Indo-western wear.


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Indian weddings certainly involve something particular and there's no better time to showcase a saree than a wedding day. Not merely the few, but also the guests getting to the household and therefore the relatives are usually seen that how bride got dressed up. The bride is usually wearing vibrant colors. Red, white or green is that the traditional color alternative for wedding sarees in Indian culture. Sari fabrics are often traditionally silk. But these days the choice of color and fabric options for Indian brides have changed.

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