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Some trends never change. Trend of embroidered sarees is one such trend that continues to delight and attract fashion divas. Popular with not just Indian women, the designer sarees with embroidery also make vogue statements in red carpet events in the West. Whether it is the Khatla work of Uttar Pradesh or the butis from the Mughal era, each embroidered saree has its own eloquent story to tell.
The concept of designing a saree with elegant artwork is just as old as the attire. The dyes and patterns on the saree are neatly highlighted using hand-stitched mirrors, beads, sequins, gems and motifs. An embroidered saree is relatively heavier than traditional designer saree, but is very comfortable to wear if pleated correctly.
The embroidered red wedding saree is a favourite of modern brides. The fine golden embroidery and lace work gives it a rich look. The saree is paired with white and golden blouse. Don’t forget to take a look at our best selling red wedding sari believe us would-be-brides you will love it. The other hot selling sari is Georgette Black embroidered saree. The silver floral embroidery at the borders and sequence, beads works makes the saree looks awesome. The modern brides are choosing it for functions like Sangeet and engagement.
How we work?
Designers at Indian Wedding Saree work closely with artisans who have been in the profession of embroidery since many generations. Depending on the type of fabric, there is an exclusive embroidery design waiting to grace your curves. Climb the fashion ladders with world-renowned embellishment and thread-work in Aari, Badlaa, Chikankari Shadow, Kanthi, Kundan, Kasida, Gota, Jaali, Mokaish, Murri, Resham, Pipli, Shamilami, Sitara, Toda, Zaris, Zardozi And Phulkari.
Embroidered sarees are created using silver and golden metallic threads, Swarovski, Satin, Gems and Applique work exclusively hand-stitched to meet the flavour of the season. Available in more than 1500 different colour combinations and fabric assortments, buying embroidered sarees online is an exciting shopping experience in itself.