Monday, November 28, 2011

Retain your Evergreen silk sarees

Silk Saree represents eternal ethnicity of India. Silk sarees are evergreen and are preserved from generations. They are generally passed on from grandmothers to mothers and so on. They are expensive and classy piece of art.They are preferred by women of all age.
Expensive silk sarees such as kanjeevaram, Banarasi silk, Patola silk, Silk cotton, Art silk, Kanchipuram silk, Paithani and Thanchoi silk very popular for weddings and other special occasions.

Few tips -

Dye them – If you are bored of wearing the same silk saree long dyeing them is a good option.  Light color silk saree are prone to stains and also fades with time. Dye them to a darker shade which goes well with its border. Bottle green, red, maroon or even black looks classy and stylish.

Play with the style and patterns – You can always try something new over your silk art piece. Print or embroidery is another option which can change the look of your saree completely. Wake up your creative side and add sequin, mirror or any other embellishments to make it look really stylish.

Jacket, salwar kameez or kurti is another option. You can always convert your saree into clothes that you will wear. Zardosi or Zari on sleeve edges, collars, hems or bottoms is another option.

You can retain your silk saree by making it in a sophisticated silk kurti. This kurti features geometric prints. The neck line is accentuated with colorful fancy woven patch and is further enhanced with a tie up with fancy dangling.  It has beautiful decorative shimmer prints and panels with printed motifs. You can wear this kurti with matching bottoms or denims for casual day wear.

Check out the Traditional silk saree collection from CbaZaar. CbaZaar and Homeindia are the online websites are specialized in Festival and Bridal Wear dresses. These dresses are fully customized by any means. You can apply your own design and motifs on your dress. They also deal in designer women clothes, Bollywood wear and men traditional fashion.

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