Woven with love and fine skills of Indian artisans handloom cotton sarees are the most alluring choice for your summer days. Crisp cotton saris in bright summer colors can lift your Indian look instantly. What makes cotton sarees a favorite among the saree wearers is the lightweight and breathable quality; making them so comfortable during the hot summer days. Cotton saris are the best choices to incorporate sarees in our daily style.
Sarees are the shining symbol of Indian fashion with a colorful myriad of Indian sarees which is beyond astounding! Every saree has a story of its lineage and weaving which makes it so special. One such breathtaking handloom drape comes from the heart of India Madhya Pradesh, the very alluring chanderi saree. Get enchanted by the beauty of this dazzling chanderi sari donned by a beautiful Indian woman!
The geek fashion has been around for a while now; with nerdy glasses and minimalistic style approach one can really set a fashion statement with this trend! The geek chic term is quite popular with the western fashion where glasses make a chic touch-up to a basic look. Saris are the perfect way to redefine geek chic with an Indian touch. For saree wearers, a geeky look is a way to add some quirkiness and fun to their everyday style.
The world of Indian glamour has everything to do svelte designer Indian sarees! Once in a while, every woman wants to bring out her sizzling diva style and saris do absolute justice to the same. If we talk about glamorous saree style, then all you visualize is Bollywood beauties in a scenic Yash Chopra movie! Get swept off your feet with this absolutely unreal and splendid vision of a young Indian woman in a sizzling designer embroidered saree!
The captivating charm of traditional sarees from the ancient city of Varanasi is absolutely breathtaking! Handwoven sarees with fine Banarasi zari work, intricate buta or motifs, meenakari on fabrics like silks and georgettes makes these saris a heritage piece in the wardrobe of a saree wearer. Banarasi sarees have existed as long as we know the word saree in Indian fashion and has not lost its charm to date.