Creamy Yellow Woven Designer Banarasi Saree With Embroidered Silk Blouse
A silk saree is the most divine and attractive silhouette worn by an Indian woman. There is no Indian woman who can’t nail the style of a traditional silk saree. The saree in itself is enough to elevate the beauty of an Indian woman instantly. The magnificent drapes of a silk saree are either handcrafted or machine-made but embroidered sarees always hold a superior place in the hearts of an ardent saree wearer. It is a tough grind to create a beautifully woven silk saree but apart from that it also needs the skills and creativity of the artisans who spend day and night creating them. This style is in vogue because of the demand of the young generation and Indian designer’s urge to churn out new styles, making them a more versatile drape for every occasion.
Blouse Piece: Yes, this saree comes with a blouse piece of 0.8 meters.
Look like the finest vision when a designer banarasi silk saree meets Indian embroidery. Also, look superbly created in this yellow embroidered designer saree. This saree is adorned with a captivating pink zari work border and embroidery adding brilliance to the rich silk fabric. The pink banarasi taping gives a striking touch to the saree while peeking from underneath! Flaunt your Indian side with this rich cascading drape that brings two sides of Indian sarees together with rich silk fabric and exquisite embroidery. To match this extraordinary saree, pair it with a pink designer blouse for banarasi saree which again brings out a stunning contrast to the saree. A little spark in the form of Indian jewelry is always better to enhance your traditional saree look, so you can wear a pair of silver gold plated statement earrings for that extra shine! Keep your hair open with a tiny bindi to add a distinctive touch to your Indian saree style. This look is absolutely versatile and is a perfect choice for a guest wedding look, a party, or a festive occasion.
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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.