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Indian Embroidery Sarees Selling Cheap at Amazing Prices

Posted by jasnav on May 16, 2011

Embroidery sarees going cheap are a dream come true for any embroidered saree lover. What more could saree wearers ask for than out-of-the earth discounts on the sarees of your choice. However, believe it or not, this is precisely what the famous saree website,, has to offer its patrons.

Offering a wide variety of embroidered sarees that are loved and cherished by its patrons, for a short while the website has opened up huge discounts on the current range held with them. While it is not immediately known whether the aim is to dispose of existing stocks before bringing in new ones, what is sure is that here is an opportunity that should not be missed.

There are lots of varieties in embroideries in sarees. Those who have been following this blog would be well aware of the intricacies involved. The huge fan following of the different kinds of saree embroideries would also be well aware of the beauty the little colorful threads add to the basic garment.

One of the most famous garments that lends itself to wonderful embroideries is the Georgette saree. The Georgette cloth is amongst the most popular fabrics in the range of Indian sarees. The sheer material gets embellished beautifully with the colored thread embroidery that adds to the beauty of the saree. Colored threads used in the embroidery add further beauty to the georgette saree, and the wearer is sure to be appreciated by all onlookers.

Within the Georgette Sarees range, there are number of smaller sub-varieties. Vying for your attention are interesting names like the Baruni Georgette Saree, Chaintani Georgette Saree, Chakori Georgette Saree, Chandrika Georgette Saree, the Chanchal Georgette Saree and so on. Take your time selecting one that suits your style.

The sheer large variety available will ensure you will surely find an embroidered Georgette saree that suits your style and taste. Other varieties available are Daksha Georgette Indian Saree with embroidery, Dayanita Georgette Indian Saree with embroidery, Deepshikha Georgette Indian Saree with embroidery, Charulata Georgette Indian Saree with embroidery amongst others.

Saree wearers swear by the beauty and grace of this traditional Indian garment. The six yard wonder, as it is lovingly called, is the epitome of grace and beauty for its wearers. It has been popular for hundreds of years, and continues to be so in its new and sexy avatar.

From simple Indian housewives to Hollywood beauties that the world loves to admire, you will find the lovers of the Indian Embroidered sarees going all out to get the saree of their choice. While Indian women are known for their haggling abilities, here is a choice for all Saree lovers to get the best quality at an unbeatable price less any hassles.

The large variety available will have you spoilt for choice, but my recommendation is do not come away without actually purchasing one of these beauties. Knowing from personal experience, I can assure you the prices on these wonderfully embroidered Georgette sarees make them a real steal.

So get the best embroidered saree for yourself while the going is still good. The best deals await you on the website.

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Fantastic Discounts Going On Printed Indian Sarees

Posted by jasnav on April 14, 2011

In a wonderful news for lovers of printed Indian sarees, the famous website has great discounts going on their printed saree range. The discounts are as high as 50%, which means you get double your money’s worth for half the price.

In an unbelievable turn of events, the site has a fantastic offer – get a printed saree free with every saree you purchase. In effect this means that every time you decide to pick up a printed Indian saree from the website, you will get another one absolutely free.

So next time you visit the website, choose not one, but two sarees, and get both while you pay for only one.

Indian selections is reputed website providing top of the line quality Indian sarees and saree fabric used in a variety of imaginative ways. Clients of the website have been loyal to it for years, as the website has built up a reputation of quality products at affordable prices. The website also boasts of a fantastic customer response, with 99% orders being delivered on time and 100% customer satisfaction.

This is perhaps the first time the website is offering such huge discounts. While such discounts are generally given on digital products that have hardly any cost, the website has gone out of its way to give such massive discounts that are rare in the bricks and mortar websites.

Indian printed sarees are amongst the most popular of designs due to their elegance and ease of maintenance, besides the low initial cost. Indian printed sarees can be used in a large variety of ways other that just wearing them, and there is no better place to hunt for ideas than this innovative website itself. From curtains to belly dance fabric, table and duvet covers to valances, from traditional wall hangings to sari bedspreads, the website gives some fantastic ideas. Not only ideas, you can actually pick up some of this fantastic and unique stuff right off the shelf from the website itself.

The sheer variety of types of cloth and printed sarees on offer in itself presents a formidable range. You could not be faulted for taking your own sweet time exploring the huge variety of products available on the site. Within each category are numerous options of cloth types, colors, types of embroidery and so on. You can choose the combination that suits you best. The website even offers you the option of getting your purchase altered as well to your exact size without any extra charges. This means that you are not stuck with standard sizes as are generally available in the readymade clothes market. The competition does not exist overall, and where it does, it does not compare favorably with

The latest discount offer on printed sarees from Indian selections is an anniversary offer that is not likely to last very long. So my suggestion to my readers is to rush there as soon as possible and take advantage of the irresistible offer while the party lasts.

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Haute Trends In Indian Bridal Attire

Posted by jasnav on December 5, 2010

Wedding is the one time of life when the bride wishes to dress like a princess. But bridal trousseau has also undergone a change. Earlier, it was the bridal lehenga choli designed exclusively by the designers. Nowadays, things are changing and people are going back to the roots.

Designs With A Difference

Bridal trousseaus are no more confined to the once popular umbrella cut lehenga choli. More and more brides are open to experimentation. They are again going back to traditional clothing. Instead of spending a bomb on the designer lehenga choli or even sari, brides are opting for the regional look.

The brides of the day with well toned bodies prefer to flaunt their curves instead of being fully covered. Designers like Ritu Kumar and Sabyasachi believe that the bride should be the brightest of all in the gathering. More and more brides are opting for the Durga and Devyani Pochampally sarees for a chic and gorgeous look. Devyani pochampally usually comes in bright color combinations with intricate zari border.

Designs To Look Forward

Now heavy designs are considered not so cool. Brides prefer to wear light stuff during the wedding rituals. You can opt for the Diya pochampally, esha pochampally, or drashti pochampally sari for the bridal wear. Forget about age old zari and gota work as now the designs are at par with the regional specific look.

Earlier the replica of the royal wedding trousseaus was quite popular and expensive too. You can go for the Drashti Pochampally sarees and get custom made designs on them.

Designs you could go for include unpolished zari work, or expensive crystals for exotic look. Crystals, pearls, rubies, zircon and unpolished stones can also be used. The heavy work will push the overall price of the sari towards the higher end, so be prepared to spend a little more.

Look Haute

If you wish to keep the sari simple, be innovative with the blouses. The latest trends in cholis are at par with the fashion week standards. Tube top and backless single piece cholis are in fashion. Halter neck blouse with work on the strings and back is quite haute.

The fashionistas are opting for backless blouses in order to flaunt their unique mehendi designs on their back. Sometimes it also becomes necessary to go for flashy blouses in order to flaunt the heavy and intricate jewelry worn by the bride.

Asymmetrical cuts with heavy motifs are a favorite option with brides sporting the leaner look. Many brides prefer blouses with interesting cuts and heavy designs and simpler lehengas.

Back To Tradition

More brides prefer to wear the traditional Devika pochampally sari on their wedding. It is considered to be the most gorgeous amongst the entire range of Indian saris. With intricate zari border and ravishing color combinations, the bride looks surreal after draping it.

Even former Miss World and actor Aishwarya Rai wore a traditional Pochampally sari on her wedding. If stars prefer to dazzle in their natural aura, why can’t you?

Let simplicity be your mantra to look ravishing on your wedding day.

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Indian Cotton Sari – Different Ways Of Draping The Good Old Cotton Sari

Posted by jasnav on May 17, 2010

Over the centuries, wearing styles of the famous Indian cotton sari have undergone major changes. While some wear it the traditional way, some prefer to go innovative. Fashionistas feel that every province has a different draping style.

Follow the tips given here to know about the different ways to drape the same good old cotton sari.

Bengali Style

Remember those gyrating dance movements by the suave Madhuri Dixit and sassy Aishwarya Rai in the Bollywood flick Devdas? The duo sashayed the screen wearing the cotton sari in the Bengali way.

The cotton sari makes an ideal choice for the Bengali way of draping. Devika Pochampally saree will make for an ideal option for this style of wearing. Since it has a broad border, the look will be on the right lines with Bengali draping style.

In the Bengali draping style, the main sari is tied around the waist and the anchal or pallu falls on the left side after coming through the right side. There are no pleats used in the draping which makes it more comfortable to wear. The anchal is supposed to come from under the right arm and then draped over the left hand shoulder.

Paithani Or Maharashtrian Style

The traditional Marathi sari comes in eight and nine metre versions as compared to six meters for most of the others. Charu Gadwal pure cotton sari comes in bright colors symbolizing the coastal greenery. The Chanchala Gadwal pure cotton sari is another ideal option for paithani way of draping.

In the Maharashtrian style, one part of the sari is tucked in the back area on the waist. This layer comes in between the legs and the rest part come over the chest area as pallu. The lower portion resembles a dhoti sans pleats after being draped.

Bollywood actresses are a big fan of this form of draping. Look at the current heartthrob Priyanka Chopra in her latest hit Kameene sporting this style.

The overall style gives freedom of movement as well as a sensuous look. Usually this form is also worn during weddings by Maharashtrian brides. Even women in the coastal areas of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh wear their cotton saris in similar fashion.

Gujarati Style

The gujrati style of wearing the Indian cotton sari is also known as the seedha pallu style. This form of draping is quite common in the hindi belt states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh etc. The Chavi Gadwal pure cotton sari is a great option for the Gujarati way of draping.

In the Gujrati style, the pleats are tucked in a manner so that they open out from the right hand side. The pallu falls down from over the left shoulder. This form of draping shows off the work on the pallu.

Tamilian Style

The Deepa chanchal pure cotton saree will look great as Tamilian way of draping, which is considered to be one of the deeply traditional ways of draping a cotton sari.

In the Tamilian style, the sari is tucked in the waist and the pleats are centred on the left leg. The pallu falls over the left shoulder to be wrapped and tucked on the left side of the waist. This form of sari draping is also used during classical recital ceremonies apart from weddings.

Get innovative and drape the good old Indian cotton sari in different ways.

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