5 Ultimate Fashion Tricks To Look Slim And Gorgeous In Indian Wear

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We all know about the love and desire that most women have for a slimmer body. And, since not everyone is blessed with a naturally slim figure, many of you make a lot of extra efforts to fulfil this desire of yours. You always eat right and hit the gym regularly so that you can look glamorous in anything you wear. But, what if even all this does not work in your favour?

Well, probably your fitness regime will show the results a little later. But, till then you can try some really smart fashion tricks, at least with your Indian outfits to look slimmer and sexier. Yes! Dressing right with the Indian clothes can actually help you to camouflage the flab and look absolutely fab. So, here are those secret tricks that can help you achieve a slimmer look.

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1. PLAY SMART WITH THE KURTAS

We suggest you to stay away from the body-hugging kurtas as they tend to lay more emphasis on your voluptuous body. Rather, you should opt for slightly loose ones. And, even when you wear loose kurtas, keep in mind that material should not be too clingy. One of the safest options among the fabrics is cotton.

If your hips and thighs are also slightly heavy, then make sure that your kurta is long enough to hide that area of your body as well. And, as you go with our suggestion of wearing a loose kurta, just don’t forget that we only said ‘slightly loose’, and not very loose. Just how Farah Khan does it in style and carries them off with poise.

2. HAVE FUN WITH THE SALWARS

When it comes to the bottom-wear, the logic of fitting goes reverse. Here, you should opt for the slim-fit salwars rather than the loose ones. Narrow salwars have the magical power of making your waist look one size smaller than your actual one. Some narrow salwars give the effect of a stylish trouser, which you can even wear with a shirt instead of kurta, just like Kiran Rao, in the below image.

However, you have to be really careful about the material if you opt to wear a churidar. It should not be made of the body-hugging fabric- lycra. Rather opt for the ones that are made of fabric that do no stretch. Cigarette pants are yet another trendy options for you, which are being loved by a lot of women these days. These are nothing but a loose form of trouser made of any lightweight fabric. You can wear it with long kurtas and create a cool style statement.

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3. ADD GLAMOUR WITH THE SAREES

Two things that matter the most so as to look slimmer in the saree are- fabric and drape. You should avoid heavier as well as stiff fabrics, like organza, silk, cotton, etc., as they add more volume to your body. Instead, go for the lightweight fabrics, like chiffon, crepe, georgette, etc., to create an illusion of a slimmer body.

If you have extra flab around your waist and stomach, then do not tuck too many pleats at your navel alone. Adjust and spread them all across your waist so that added volume of the fabric does not appear at just one place.

4. BE CAREFUL WITH THE BLOUSES

Once you know the kind of sarees will suit your body, next thing that should be taken care of is your blouse. In order to cover your heavier bust area, opt for the printed blouses over the embroidered or embellished ones. The lightweight fabric logic applies here as well.

If your arms are flabby, then it is better to avoid sleeveless blouses and opt for at least quarter-sleeved blouse. Look for the same things in the choli if you plan to buy a lehenga. Also, it will be even better if the choli is long enough to cover your waist as well.

5. SOME SMART STYLING TRICKS

Apart from using these tricks for your different Indian attires, here are some additional tips that help you look slim in any Indian outfit. Take a look:

a) Dark colours

Dark-coloured clothes create an illusion of being slim; even if you actually aren’t! This is because they tend to hide the problem areas. On the other hand, flab is highlighted further if you wear white or any other light-coloured clothes. So, it is better to wear dark and solid colours.

b) Apt accessorising

Now that you have learnt more about how to dress and what colours to doll yourself up in, do not forget to wear the right accessories to maintain that slim look. Accessories like bracelet watches and sleek bangles will make your arms look thinner. Additionally, avoid heavy neckpieces and go with the statement earrings instead.

c) Style your hair right

If you want to give a slim-effect to your face as well, then avoid tying your hair and let them loose. Such a hairdo will not only make your face look slimmer, but will also add youthfulness to your overall look.

d) The right footwear

Right footwear is yet another important thing that helps you to achieve a slimmer look. Stilettos are just perfect to make you look uber-chic in a saree, anarkali dress or a lehenga. Another option that you have is a gorgeous pair of pumps. The motive is to add length to your body and make you look more ‘in shape’.

Well, while these smart tricks help you to flaunt a lean and sexy body in all your Indian attires, do not consider them as the excuse to give up your fitness regime. Just follow these cheat codes till the time you actually attain that dream figure.

 

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Useful Fashion Hacks Every Woman should Know

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Discarding your favourite dress because it has a stain that doesn’t wash away or, not wearing your leather jacket because of creases on it is silly. We have some hacks up our sleeve that will come in handy in resolving these fashion problems we often face in everyday life. Here’s how to fix these at home without breaking a sweat.

Use a hair straightener for ironing collars

When you cannot find an iron, and spot a crease on your dress or shirt, your hair straightener can come to your rescue. Depending on the fabric, adjust the setting to low or high and then use it to iron out the crinkle. Hair straighteners work best for ironing collars as they get the creases out, and keep them stiff and in shape.

Remove yellow sweat stains this way

Often, a white top can have a yellow patch due to a sweat stain. But you can get rid of this with the help of lemon juice. Squeeze the juice of a lemon in a spray bottle and spray it on the yellow stain. Allow it to stay for 10 minutes and then put it for wash.

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Get rid of oil stains from a handbag with this

Touching your purse with sweaty or dirty hands often leaves behind a stain that looks like an ugly blob on it and makes it slightly greasy too. To get rid of this oily stain, use baby powder. Just dab some on the stain and then leave it overnight. By next morning, the talc would have absorbed the oil, making it appear good as new. But remember, this works for oil stains and not dark marks of grease or paint.

How to break into new shoes

Bought a new pair of shoes that are a tad tight? An easy way to break into them without getting painful shoe bites, is to first wear the thickest pair of socks you have. Next, wear your shoes and then use a hairdryer to heat them from a distance for 20-30 seconds. Now bend your feet up and down to loosen the tight spots. Then remove them and let them cool.

This is how you fix a blocked zipper

To unzip a blocker zipper, simply rub the teeth of the zip with either some Vaseline, a graphite pencil, or a soap bar. It will be smooth like before thanks to these quick remedies. In some cases, even candle wax works. All you need to do is rub the teeth with a candle to prevent the zipper from getting blocked.

Get rid of creases from your leather jacket

Even if you wear faux leather jacket, it can have creases when stored inside for too long. To avoid this, turn them inside-out and then fold and keep in your wardrobe. If you still find lines on your jacket, apply a drop of moisturiser on the crease using a Q-tip until you get rid of it.

 

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10 Common Fashion Terms and Their Meaning

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If fashion jargon is something you don’t really understand, start here by learning these common words and terms that will up your game the next time you catch up with your fashionista friends.

HAUTE COUTURE

This term is French for high sewing or high dressmaking and often refers to exclusive designer creations. The exclusivity comes from the fact that haute couture outfits are constructed by hand from start to finish. Couture is always limited edition and is more expensive than ready-to-wear garments. They are also custom-made according to the wearer’s size. A good example of a couture outfit would be the Cinderella-esque gown wore by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan at this year’s Cannes festival.

LABEL

The term fashion label refers to upcoming designers who make ready-to-wear outfits in limited numbers. These outfits are high on style and are often expensive than regular store garments but lesser than established designer wear. The difference between a label and a brand is that the latter has been in business for longer and is already a known name.

ENSEMBLE

A French word, ensemble has been oft-used by fashion designers and you surely must have heard or read it quite often. In fashion terms, ensemble is usually referred to an outfit complete with accessories, jewellery etc. The whole look is called an ensemble.

SILHOUETTE

In fashion, a silhouette is essentially the basic shape or outline of an outfit. Some common silhouettes include A-line, straight, flared, asymmetrical, etc. Wearing the right silhouette according to your body type can work wonders for your frame.

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OFF-THE-RACK

There are designer and custom-made clothes, and then there are off-the-rack outfits that refer to clothing that is made in a large number and is readily available in stores. Off-the-rack also means readymade garments that made in standard sizes.

HEMLINE

Also referred to as the hem of an outfit, the hemline refers to the lower edge of a garment. It is termed long or short depending on its distance from the floor. A dress with a short hemline will expose your legs more while one with a floor-length hemline will barely show your feet.

IN VOGUE

When something is said to be in vogue, it is means it is currently in trend or in style. If you keep up with fashion trends, you are likely to know what’s in vogue for a particular season.

FASHION-FORWARD

There are styles that are not currently in trend but are so good that will become fashionable pretty soon. Fashion-forward also refers to people who have their fashion game right and know what will become a trend in the near future.

MONOCHROME

In fashion terms, monochrome refers to an outfit or look that is only black and white in colour. It can be paired with accessories as well of the same tone.

PEPLUM

This style became quite a rage in the last few years. It refers to a top or dress that has an outward flared or ruffled section around the waistline while the rest of it remains fitted.

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Au Courant Tunic Tops, Kurtis & Kurtas Your Wardrobe Needs

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Women’s tunic tops have emerged as a favorite new trend in the last few years. These versatile and comfortable fashion garments can be worn for a wide variety of occasions and easily meld into different fashion sensibilities, making them the preferred casual wear garment of choice for many women across the world. In fact, tunics for women can come in all different styles, from casual and semi-casual to more dressy and/or formal. These can then be worn even at office, for parties or any special occasions.

These stylish garments are descended from the traditional Greek tunics, which were worn by men, though today the design has evolved to resemble a long top, generally with a flowing silhouette, worn predominantly by women. The Indian versions are called ladies’ kurtis.

Fashion tunics meant for parties and other such occasions frequently come with daring necklines like deep neck, halter neck, key hole neck and deep v-neck as well as more sophisticated styles like collar neck, cowl neck, closed neck etc. The sleeve length can vary depending on the occasion and the seasonal requirement.

Spaghetti straps and sleeve less tunic top patterns with a more loose fit would be popular in the summer time, while full and three fourth sleeves would be more appropriate for winter and autumn. Certain garments like tunic sweaters with turtle necks and buttoned asymmetrical necks are best worn in colder climates. Tunics can also have differing fits, from body hugging to loose and airy.

These are generally shorter than kurtas, which are long ethnic shirts with straight cut lines and Indian prints. Kurtis stop anywhere between the hips and above the knees, and typically come with a loose and comfortable fit. They typically come with Indian prints, motifs and designs. All the varieties of ladies’ tunic tops, whether Indian, Western or Indo-Western, can also be adapted into stylish formal designs.

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A typical tunic pattern would consist of a boat neck line with full or three fourth sleeves and a loose fit. However the popularity of these items has led to a lot of new variations in tunic patterns emerging, even with respect to the Indian kurti. For instance, the tunic dress pattern would incorporate a more fitted silhouette and be slightly longer, with more ornate embroideries, beautiful embellishments and brighter prints than seen in a more casual wear top.

KURTIS

A popular silhouette in Indian kurtis right now is that of the Anarkali kameez, which fits like a corset till the waist and then flares out. This style looks great for tunics and kurtis as it is considered universally flattering. The fabric used can also dictate the fit; for instance, lycra will always have a close fit.

Chiffon, knit cotton and georgette are also known to hug the contours of a woman’s body. On the other hand, fabrics like cotton, linen and art silk are used to make more loose-fitting designs. One can even find designer tunic tops made of pure silk, crushed crepe and other expensive materials. These tunics have a more luxurious appeal and look great for parties.

Indian kurtis are often more decorated and embellished than their western counterparts. This is why one will find many varieties of beautifully embroidered tunic tops in Indian fashion. They are made using techniques like Resham, Chikankari or even Zari and Zardosi.

You’ll also find colorful patch border work and embellishments like beads, stones and sequins. While Indian motifs of flowers, fruits, stylized birds, animals and tribal prints are commonly seen, one can even find more global influences in kurti designs including prints of stripes, geometric shapes, polka dots and more. Similarly tunics in the range of bright and beautiful ‘Indian’ colors like red, green, blue, yellow and purple are available alongside those in softer pastel shades or bold neon hues.

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STYLE TIPS

Tunics are a trendy fashion item right now and can be matched up in a lot of different ways to create fun looks. In the summer, one can wear them with a pair of colorful leggings, in a matching or contrasting shade. With the addition of some bangles and a simple pendant necklace, a low-maintenance yet stylish look can be easily achieved.

A new trend is to wear printed tunics with printed leggings, albeit with different designs. This creates a dramatic contrast which will be nicely complemented by some solid metallic necklaces or wooden jewelry. Another great way to accessorize is to match the tunic top pattern to the handbag; this especially works well with Indian kurtis and can tie together the whole look perfectly.

Tunic dresses for women can be worn for parties and special events if they are appropriately accessorized with glamorous items like stone studded necklaces, heel sandals and dangling earrings.

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If costumes from across the world are put to a trial by beauty, we doubt if any other attire could match up to a saree in its grace and elegance. A saree is the six yard description of Indian femininity. Talk of the poise, grace, and charm it awards the lady draping it, or of the wondrous eyes of a little lady dreaming of growing up into a young woman and draping herself in her mother’s best saree, the saree is an incredibly important, must-have item of Indian clothing.

The saree is a female garment, which is perhaps the most recognisable icon of India. It is made of an unstitched fabric that ranges from six to nine yards in span. It is most commonly paired with a blouse and tucked in at the waist on one end, wrapped around, pleated at the center and finished with the other end draped over the shoulder. The draping style varies according to the region, religion, social class and style preference, but in essence, it is an all-time wear garment that can be worn just about anywhere – to work, to a party or even to a wedding! If you have ever worn a saree, you will agree with us that the same saree can carry you from the day to the night, with just a few tweaks in styling – such is the versatility of the saree.

For women looking to exude a look of sensuality at the next party or a create a crisp and smart appeal at work, a saree is the answer to your search. While a starched cotton saree is unbeatable in its aesthetic appeal for work, we would pick an embellished silk saree for a party for its instant disarming effect. Wear one to the next cocktail party, teamed with the choicest of your accessories and you will notice men and women alike gravitating towards you. But to do all this, have you been able to wrap your head around how to wear a saree? If not, then use our saree draping steps below as a guide.

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HOW TO DRAPE A SAREE

In order to confidently carry a saree like second skin, it is important to know how to wear a saree correctly. A saree is usually paired with a short bodice and an underskirt. The underskirt is fitted thoroughly around the waist by means of a drawstring and it spans till the ankle. The blouse is essentially a fitted bodice that imparts structure to the upper half of your body and ends at your midriff. The patterns and styles of the blouse are subjective, resulting in a wide spectrum of saree-blouse combinations to try.

STEP 1:

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Once you are through with wearing a blouse and the underskirt is when you are to get around to the actual saree draping steps. Stand with your legs slightly apart. One end of the saree is tucked into the skirt. Drape a full round of the fabric around the skirt with space enough for comfortable movement of legs.

STEP 2:

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Now bunch up the middle part of the fabric such that there is sufficient length of material to form the central pleats.

STEP 3:

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Seek out the other end, and drape it over your blouse and shoulder. From the shoulder to the end, it should be least 90 cm in length, its border touching your fingertips when you stand straight. Secure this portion with a safety pin on the shoulder for now and you can get to adding the finishing touch to it in the end.

STEP 4:

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Now that we are through with about half of the saree draping steps, here is the most difficult part – pleating. The portion of the saree between the two ends is supposed to be pleated and tucked into the waist.

STEP 5:

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Make about five to six pleats with each of them approximately the span of your palm – we’d say about five inches, give or take. Five-six pleats spanning your thumb to index will give you a comfortable drape while regular, shorter pleats will give you a fuller gathered look. You can choose the latter if you have a very slim waist and would not mind the bulk of pleats tucked into it.

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STEP 6:

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The next task in the saree draping steps is to collect the pleats together in an equal bunch and tuck them facing left, a little to the left of your navel. If required, secure the pleats with a safety pin in such a way that the pin can be hidden by the pallu.

STEP 7:

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Now comes the last part of the tutorial on how to wear a saree – fixing the the pallav or pallu that you had previously pineed onto your shoulder. The pallu is the part of the saree that drapes in a slant over your bust and midriff, and falls long over your shoulder and behind. Remove the safety pin on your shoulder and adjust the pallu such that the rest of the saree is properly hugging your curves.The draping of the pallu differs through regions in India, and it is interesting to try out the various draping styles of the diverse cultures that the country has – you could choose to simply wear it loosely draped over the shoulder or pleat it up for a prim and proper look or better still, wear it backwards in Gujarati style to show off all the gorgeous prints on it.

For daily wear, we would recommend that you pleat up your pallu and secure with a safety pin and just like that, you don’t just know how to wear a saree but are also ready to enjoy your six yards of elegant allure.

A saree is a fabric that has draped women of every class in India. It has braved the evolution of fashion across so many centuries and continues to remain relevant even today. In fact, lately there has been renewed interest in the saree and it has become the go-to garment for women seeking looks that are royal, and sophisticated. With the evolution of the Indian fashion sensibilities and the influence of various draping styles, the quintessential saree has also undergone a sea of transformations. The saree now presents itself in customised, fashionable avatars like the dhoti drape and the retro drape which are being embraced by the fashion forward youngsters from all over the country.

So whether you are attracted to a traditional saree in the conventional drape, or are thinking about draping it with a twist, go and give it a try. We promise you that you will be hooked to the six yards of beautiful fabric that instill in you a sense of Indianness and confidence that no other outfit can! Time to get draping!

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7 SMART KURTI STYLING TIPS EVERY SHORT WOMAN SHOULD KNOW

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On the off chance that you are under 5’4, you are likely one of those ladies who winds up confounded with regards to displaying patterns. We see how baffling it can be the point at which you can’t wear your most loved kurti or saree, however your stature isn’t generally something you can do much about. Nonetheless, being short isn’t too terrible. All things considered, every single good thing do come in little bundles! In this way, quit grumbling and experiment with these astonishing kurti styling tips for short ladies that will influence you to emerge regardless of your petite casing.

1. MATCH YOUR KURTI WITH SLIMMER PALAZZO PANTS.

Match your long kurtis with palazzos ‘coz they are the in-thing this season. They look keen, stylish and suit all body sorts. Medium flare palazzos that end just underneath the lower leg give you a taller appearance.

2. KEEP YOUR KURTI AND BOTTOMS IN A SIMILAR SHADING FAMILY.

We realize what you are considering. Why stick to one shading when you can play with twelve? We reveal to you why – Because it’s a standout amongst other approaches to make the deception of tallness. Strong shading outfits make a figment of a vertical line, which influences you to look taller. Ensure you wear a very much fitted kurti and stick to hues, for example, dark, dim, naval force blue, purple and red.

3. MATCH YOUR KURTI WITH MEDIUM FLARED SKIRTS.

It won’t not appear like a smart thought, but rather shockingly it works ponders for short ladies. Match a long, straight kurta with a medium flared skirt that closures simply over your lower leg. It gives your petite casing a hallucination of tallness, other than adding an edge to your look!

4. GROUP YOUR KURTI WITH THIN JEANS.

Shrewd, popular and fresh, thin jeans are a gift for short ladies. Group your kurti with some thin jeans as it makes a straight line for the outline, influencing you to look taller. A straight kurti will be the best decision for this look.

5. TRY NOT TO TIMID FAR FROM WEARING FOOT SOLE AREAS.

This one is an easy decision! While too high rear areas could slaughter your feet, a couple of inches will influence you to look tall and up-to-date. A couple of good foot sole areas with a straight kurti will work like enchantment for your casing. On the off chance that you can’t deal with pencil heels, go for stages or wedges for an easily smart look!

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6. ATTEMPT A THIN BELT TO SECURE YOUR KURTI AT THE MIDSECTION.

Expansive belts partition your body into equal parts, influencing you to look shorter. Select thin belts rather or wear a ultra chic kurti that accompanies a tie-up belt. Go for a belt of an indistinguishable shading from your kurti, as it will characterize your abdomen without starkly separating your body into two parts. Combine it with a knee-length kurti for best outcomes.

7. STICK TO INSIGNIFICANT FRILL.

With regards to adornments, toning it down would be best! Avoid chokers, danglers or larger than usual pieces of jewelry. Stick to light adornments like a smooth chain with a pendant, or jhumkis with a stout bangle. Matching your kurti with a couple of studs and an eye-getting grip sack is another approach to nail an easygoing look.

 

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Sorts of Popular Saree Styles began from Different States of India

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1. SAREE FROM NORTHERN INDIA

 

    • Kashmiri Kadai saree from Jammu and Kashmir:

Kashmiri silk sarees have a sumptuous look because of the awe inspiring craftsmanship. The botanical themes, fringe weaving is the claim to fame of the Kashmiri kadai saree.

    • Bandhani saree from Rajasthan:

Look only a dynamic doll in this staggering saree from Rajasthan. It is ideal saree for the festivals, weddings, and celebrations.

    • Banarasi saree from Varanasi:

Banarasi sarees are each lady of the hour’s fantasy saree. It is decorated with rich zari and adornment giving a queenly touch to the saree.

    • Kota Doria saree from Rajasthan:

On the off chance that you get your hands on the unadulterated Kota doria saree then you will never need to quit getting them. They are vaporous, agreeable and best wear amid the summers.

    • Phulkari saree from Punjab:

The catch of this saree is the dynamic pallu that is enhanced with rich botanical weaving work that looks novel and wonderful.

    • Kashmiri Kadai saree from Jammu and Kashmir:

Kashmiri silk sarees have a sumptuous look because of the awe inspiring craftsmanship. The botanical themes, fringe weaving is the claim to fame of the Kashmiri kadai saree.

 

2. SAREE FROM EAST INDIA

 

    • Muga silk saree from Assam:

Muga silk sarees are produced using uncommon silk saree that give a sparkling look to the saree and include a rich look easily. Muga silk sarees are produced using uncommon silk saree that give a sparkling look to the saree and include a rich look easily.

    • Bhagalpuri saree from Bihar:

Bhagalpuri silk radiates sovereignty and is ideal for wedding and celebrations.

    • Taant saree from West Bengal:

Working ladies on the off chance that you need a fresh, control dressing saree, at that point look no more distant than the acclaimed Tant saree. They are the best saree to look proficient at work.

    • Baluchari saree from West Bengal:

On the off chance that brilliant hues are your most loved then you will become hopelessly enamored with the dazzling look Baluchari saree that have fascinating outlines, designs delineating the Hindu legends.

    • Bomkai from Odisha:

This is a nine-yard saree that will influence you to look enchanted for any event.

    • Sambalpuri from Odisha:

Another impressive saree that mirrors the style of a lady is the Sambalpuri saree that come in rich hues and examples.

 

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3. SAREE FROM SOUTH INDIA

 

    • Konrad saree from Tamilnadu:

This is additionally called as the sanctuary saree and has lofty plans, themes that are ideal for wedding season.

    • Kancheepuram saree from Tamilnadu:

Love Rekha’s regal sarees? They are all Kanchipuram saree and they have dazzling string work, themes in gold and silver that will undoubtedly influence you to look queenly.

    • Poomchai saree from Telangana:

Pochampally sarees have ikat prints that make it super exceptional, for extraordinary events and is a standout amongst the most adored saree ever.

    • Kasavu saree from Kerala:

The conventional saree hailing from Kerala is one of the most loved saree of ladies from Kerala. The combination of white saree with thick brilliant outskirt makes it extraordinary and novel.

    • Mysore silk saree from Karnataka:

Mysore silk sarees are another imperial saree that is super light, simple to keep up. The rich brilliant work, themes, and outlines make it significantly more awesome.

 

4. SAREE FROM WESTERN INDIA

 

    • Paithani saree from Maharashtra:

This saree is a claim to fame from Aurangabad and in the event that you wrap this you are certain to bring a regal look. The complicated zari work, peacock themes on pallu gives a regal touch.

    • Patola saree from Gujarat:

The extravagance of Patola saree is the twofold ikat woven example that will get your consideration right away. It has a place with the Patan/Rajkot range and is outstanding amongst other rich wear saree.

 

5. SAREE FROM CENTRAL INDIA

 

    • Chanderi silk saree from Madhya Pradesh:

Despite the fact that it is a silk saree, it is plume light and looks totally luxurious.

    • Maheshwari saree from Madhya Pradesh:

The uniqueness of the saree is the pallu that has striking stripes in one of a kind hues and bright fringe giving a stunning touch to the saree.

These were the best provincial sarees from India. We trust this post causes you to shop effectively for the exquisite sarees from every district.

 

 

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