Golden Orange Designer Embroidered Saree With Embroidered Blouse - Wedding Wardrobe Collection
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The culture of India is really diverse and distinct, which varies from region to region. The Indian culture includes different traditions and attires. Amongst these traditional attires, the most well-known attire is a ’?saree’'. Saree has also evolved with time as humans have, origin of the saree can be traced back to Indus Valley Civilization. Earlier the sarees were weaved with cotton, because of the heavy cultivation of cotton in India. Not only the weaving technique and fabric but also the draping of a saree has changed over the period of time. Despite the changes, the saree still is an important and constant part of the culture. Still being the favorite of Indian women it adds to the elegance and style of every woman who drapes a saree.
Blouse Piece:Yes, this saree comes with a blouse piece of 0.8 meters.
We bring to you graceful and rich Banarasi Sarees from Varanasi Uttar Pradesh. These are fine traditional sarees with embroidery that makes them ideal for parties, festivals, and weddings. The threads are woven with Zari Brocade to add sheen to the saree. These stunning and traditional Banarasi Sarees are a must-have in the wardrobe. ThePink and blue dual-toned banarasi saree at Karagiri is the most beautiful and gorgeous Banarasi Saree to choose for any type of occasion.
Maintenance of saree:
1. Never wash the banarasi saree at home. They might catch water stains. It is always recommended to dry clean them.
2. Fold them properly and store them in a muslin cloth. It is breathable and hence the sarees won't smell bad even after years.
3. Keep them in a dark corner of your cupboard. It prevents discoloration of the sarees over time.