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00ABRID3113 - multi colour checks tissue bridal silk saree

$373.50 $415.00

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This tissue saree comes in multi colour checks with gold border. Pink zari pallu and pink tissue blouse. Free velvette box to preserve your saree for years.


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What you see is what you get - The saree looks exactly as in the pics.Our marriage sarees comes with highest quality finish.

Fabric: Kanchipuram Pure Silk

Zari: Pure zari

Work Type: Hand woven

Blouse: Yes

Shipping & Delivery: We deliver your order with in 5 working days with in India and 6-9 working days for Abroad Customers .

Do's and Dont's for Saree: Do not wash the saree by hand or washing machine. Do dry clean only. Do not dry the saree in direct sunlight. Dry it in a shadow. Do not store the sarees in boxes or polythene covers

Returns: We always double check the sarees before shipping. We take full responsibility for returns of damaged products or wrong products sent to you. If your ordered product is out of stock then you will get full refund as quick as possible. Or you also have the choice for choosing any other saree for the same price.

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  • The South Indian wedding sarees-

South Indian wedding sarees are preferred in somber shades. Off-white and cream shades are traditional. The saree features minimal embroidery work, although heavy number of wrist and neck piece accessorizes the Malayali and Telugu brides. Silk fabrics are the preferred by South Indian brides. The lack of embroidery work but greater attention to print design makes for a more reserved look. The saree is coupled with a blouse in consistency that clashes like bottle green or magenta. To top off the attire the traditional ‘gajra’ of flowers, crowns her braided-bun.

  • The Western Indian wedding sarees-

In the Marwari and Gujarati cultures, the bride blossoms in flamboyant colors with heavy print-work and silk and gold embroidered embellishments. Cotton and chiffon fabrics are regulars at those weddings although silk is not ruled out! The Marwari brides don’t shy away from donning heavy jewelry to maintain her diva-like aura, on this important occasion. The Gujarati brides are a slightly more traditionally artistically enthusiastic about their saree prints as well. Gujarati wedding sarees are draped differently with the ‘dupatta’ draping in front of the bride’s visage. The Gujarati tradition requires the bride to change between the ‘Gharchola’ saree and the ‘Panetar’ saree during the wedding rituals.

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