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Saree Tips

Let’s know the tips while wearing saree Brown or Dark skin color women should normally buy dark colors – like green, maroon or dark pink etc. Georgette, Chiffon or Chignon saree is for the women on heavier side. Heavy Mysore Silk saree look beautiful and it tends to look slimmer. Thin women should buy Cotton, Tissue, Tussar Sarees and Organza. This will give a fuller effect. Small borders or no borders sarees are for the shorter women. As big borders make one looks shorter, they should definitely avoid big borders. In the case...

Saree - The Queen of ladies dress code!

The most common style is for the sari to be wrapped around the waist, with the loose end of the drape to be worn over the shoulder, baring the stomach. However, the sari can be draped in several different styles, though some styles do require a sari of a particular length or form. The French cultural anthropologist and sari researcher, Chantal Boulanger, categorizes sari drapes in the following families Nivi – styles originally worn in Andhra Pradesh; besides the modern nivi, there is also the kaccha nivi, where the pleats are passed...

How to choose the best saree

Sarees have the largest number of variations on a 6 yard piece.  You can’t imagine such variations in any other Indian attire. A saree should be chosen by keeping the body type and skin tone of the person in mind. Choice of sarees may vary with the occasion.  Some sarees are used only for special occasions whereas there are a few other sarees which are meant for daily use.  Simple sarees are often made from cotton whereas fancy sarees will be richly embroidered or beaded.  You should have a clear idea about the colours that suit you....

Indian wedding sarees

Wedding preparations in an Indian family often start with the search for shops and boutiques that sell the perfect Indian bridal outfits that reflects the style and personality of a typical Indian bride. Often this becomes the priority of many families, even before selecting the venue or deciding the guest list & the menu.  The bride-to-be selects the wedding saree and makes sure that it doesn’t clash & over shadow the beauty of her jewellery. The colour and design chosen will be always unique. The most important part of saree selection...

How To Choose A Good Tailor?

Are there set rules to go by when you are looking for that one individual who can give you the exclusive custom-made look? Well, yes and no. You need to look around initially, ask a couple of friends with impressive styles you wouldn’t mind copying and generally keep your eyes open when you take a spin around town. There are bound to be established tailors in your locality, you can easily make this out from the dates on tags and the packets of ready -to-deliver outfits on their shelves. It is quite commonplace to find in-house tailors at...