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SAREES

Sarees are an inseparable part of India's fashion. There is something about the six yards and various kinds of drapes that makes Indian sarees a symbol of modesty and style. Casual, formal or festive - there are sarees for every occasion you can think of! So, come and shop for amazing sarees online here!

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FAQs

Which saree fabrics / material is the best?

The best saree fabrics for all-season wear are georgette, silk, chiffon, cotton, net and crepe

Which Indian sarees are more expensive?

Sarees are often more expensive, but you can get them at a variety of prices. There is also kanjivaram paithani, kerala kasavu and banarasi silk which has been listed to top when it comes to quality and price.

How do you know if the saree is genuine or not?

Genuine sarees are made with a unique weaving technique that gives them flexibility and strength. To check if the saree is genuine, try passing a small ring through the fabric near one of the edges. If it goes through easily, then you can be sure that it's a genuine saree.

How to wear saree in simple steps ?

  1. Saree Selection
    - A 6-yard satin silk saree would be the best pick for a light weight saree.
  2. Perfectly Tucking
    - Start tucking into your underskirts or petticoat and then complete the tuck round until your navel.
  3. Pallu Adjustment
    - Take the other end of saree pallu to the left shoulder and make sure it covers the back.
  4. Pleats & Draping
    - Next start with saree edge, make a small round until it gets close to the tuck part and start pleating. Then, stagger the pleats and tuck them.

How can you identify the authenticity of a handwoven saree?

Authentic handwoven sarees often feature a handloom mark or a government-issued certificate. Additionally, they may exhibit slight irregularities in the weave, showcasing the uniqueness of handmade textiles. To ensure authenticity, it is advisable to purchase handwoven sarees from reputable sellers who specialize in traditional and handmade textiles.