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The 5 Types of Sarees You Must Own

Dec 15, 2017
The 5 Types of Sarees You Must Own

1. Designer Printed Sarees:

Designer Printed Sarees are one of the oldest form of sarees. Earliest form of printing involved using hand blocks and nature made dyes but with the evolution of technology, printing has become much more sophisticated.Designer printed sarees are woman’s most preferred choice due to its convenience. We pride ourselves in the quality and designs of our designer printed sarees.

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2. Designer Embroidery Sarees:

Embroidery is a form of art back from the 5th Century BC. It uses thread and needle and other materials like metal strips, pearls, beads, quills, and sequins.An embroidered designer saree is this work of art which mesmerizeseveryone by its sheer beauty.

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3. Party Wear Sarees:

One of the easiest ways to stand apart from the crowd without breaking the norm is to wear designer party wear sarees. The desire to look beautiful on any occasion is natural. Your personality, outfit, accessories and your confidence decides your style statement. You can choose a ravishing black party wear saree or go for a fusion style saree or wear any other based your choice. Browse through our wide collection of party wear sarees by clicking here.




4. Traditional Sarees:

Saree is best described in its traditional form. One of the best things about the Indian traditional sarees are that they are festive yet decent enough to carry anytime and anywhere. Explore our catalog of traditional sarees to add splendid elegance to your wardrobe. Visit our collection of traditional sarees by clicking here.




5. Designer Semi-Embroidery Sarees:

The designer range of embroidery designer saree from Laxmipati is made from comfortable and skin friendly materials like Chiffon, Crepe and Georgette. The different type of work done on a saree makes it stands out for its simplicity and charm. Visit our collection of semi embroidery sarees by clicking here.






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