Saree Color :-Blue Saree Fabric :-Cotton Work:- Prints With satin Border Saree Length : 5.5 mtr. Blouse Length : 0.8 mtr. CARE- Dry Clean Only DISCLAIMER: May Be Slight Colour variations may occur...
Saree Color :- Blue Grey Saree Fabric :- Crepe/Satin Silk Work:- Digital Printed Blouse Design :- Printed Occasion:- Wedding, Festival, Casual Saree Length : 5.5 mtr. Blouse Length : 0.8 mtr. CARE :- Dry Clean Only DISCLAIMER:-May Be Slight Colour variations may occur...
This decent Linen Saree have sequins thread work on it and also have Digital Printed that glorify your look more and can be wear in any occasion. Wear this fabulous...
Saree has a special place in every woman's wardrobe. Their traditional lookbook is incomplete without this piece of quintessential garment. Over the years, the saree has evolved and reinvented itself to become more sophisticated and chicer. Today, the sarees are available in various fabrics, prints, and designs to suit every kind of personality.
When it comes to the new line of sarees, floral prints, motifs and floral jaal embroidery have been making rounds on the fashion circuit. These prints and fabrics are ideal for summers as they are breezy enough to combat the heat, and at the same time, attractive enough to be worn on a cocktail party or a wedding. If you have a flair for floral designer sarees, here are some of the sarees that should be included in your wardrobe.
Step out in this beautiful sage green saree with embroidered butti and border, and take the effortless route towards the latest fashion trend. The saree is adorned with multi-colored floral Resham embroidery and sequin highlights, giving it a glam look.
If you are not into fussy drapes, this designer piece is blissful for you. The saree's salmon peach color makes it perfect for a day-to-evening wedding. Further beautified with zari and sequins floral jaal embroidery and contrasting pista green raw silk border, the saree speaks for its opulence and grandeur.
Darker shades of brown and gray have made their way to 2019. This tussar silk saree is constructed in intricate floral and leaf motifs to give it a classy look. The sheer elegance of this piece can be seen in its texture and the color selection.
This gorgeous piece is curated in white cut dana and thread floral jaal embroidery to give it a vision of purity. The modern design aesthetics and romantic theme with which the saree has been created makes the wearer look nothing less than a princess.
Fashion is a dynamic industry that changes regularly with time. This guideline applies to sarees as well. And today, printed sarees are the most preferred wedding outfits that hit the market. These are popular among women of all ages because of their classy yet traditional appearance.
Satin sarees are perfect for summers. What's better in these sarees is that the fabric can be lightweight depending on the type of embroidery you are going for, which is appropriate for hotter months. The icing on the cake is when you get a saree with alluring floral embroidery. Such sarees are readily available or if you want you can get it custom-stitched at any nearby tailor shop.
Netted Saree with exquisite Floral Jaal Embroidery
If fussy drapes are not your thing, then you might want to take a look at netted sarees. An important aspect of this saree is that it boasts of eye-catching Jaal Embroidery. Such sarees have a transparent appearance. You might want to go for light-colors when you get such sarees. These are usually worn for weddings and night-time events.
Cotton sarees have been around for centuries. It is one of the most preferred fabrics for sarees, Kurtis & other ethnic wear. A comfortable & opulent texture characterizes them. Floral prints add an extra tinge of elegance to the already gorgeous cotton sarees. However, these sarees are mostly preferred for summers.
Although chiffon originated in a foreign country (France), India has received the fabric well. Even women of royal families preferred chiffon sarees when it came to making a style statement during those days. Such was the fame of the chiffon fabric that Maharani Indira Devi of Cooch Behar especially gave orders for some Chiffon sarees to be stitched in the looms of Lyon, France. That is why chiffon saree became an integral part of the many types of Indian sarees and is worn by women even today. So, adding a floral print chiffon saree to add to your wardrobe can make your saree collection more versatile.
While we saw floral embroidery-based satin sarees above that look exquisite, floral printed sarees are not far behind in enhancing the saree wearer's look. Instead of exquisite embroidery, these sarees are characterized by trendy floral prints that reduce the saree's weight, making it easy to wear & providing more comfort.
Latest Designer floral sarees are some of the most amazing types of Indian sarees that women can drape. These stunning attires are characterized by exotic handiwork, riveting designs & more to add an extra oomph to the saree wearer. You can wear such alluring floral sarees for weddings & festivals and easily become the showstopper.
Silk sarees are already the most preferred outfits for North or South India weddings. But these attires are mostly heavy i.e. with heavy embellishments or meticulous zari work. On the contrary, silk floral sarees boast trendy floral prints instead of over-the-top embellishments. Therefore, these sarees become lightweight & can be easily draped for any occasion.
These are some gorgeous floral sarees online that you must add into your wardrobe. Swtantra brings an exquisite collection of sarees that you can drape for any occasion – be it for day-time or night events. Choose from an extensive collection of Chiffon, Satin, Silk & Shine sarees from Shangrila Designers to amp up your look for any event.