crepe silk saree

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES

$ 245.00

~ 20 PCS of Different colors and designs.
~ Average price : $12.25 USD Per Piece
~ Blouse Stitching Extra
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crepe silk saree

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4031-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SAREE WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4032-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SAREE WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4033-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4034-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4035-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4036-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4037-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4038-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4039-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

ASHIKA-4031-SAREES 4040-A-B BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPE SILK SARI WITH MATCHING CREPE SILK BLOUSE.

When asked for the type of Saree to wear during any function, a lot of recommendations are being given by some or the other person thereby making it a tough choice to pick the one of the so many available choices. The best part of the Sari is that it is available in all the different patterns and styles suiting women of all ages. The prominence of Saree is increasing day by day due to its global popularity. Indian women are specially found wearing Saree in the functions like social gathering, engagement, wedding and festivals.

The basic wrap of a sari usually involves winding it around the waist first then wrapping it around the upper body. Women frequently wear underclothes of a half-slip tied around the waist and a tight blouse or breast-wrap that ends just below the bust, which provide the basis for wrapping the fabric of the sari. There are many different styles of wrapping and draping the sari, and these vary according to gender, region, social class, ethnic background, and personal style. Instead of wrapping the fabric around the chest, the ends of the sari can be simply thrown over one or both shoulders. Sometimes an end is pulled between the legs and tucked into the back of the skirt, making it into loose pants, which are practical for working. Many men wear saris that only cover the lower half of their bodies. Though saris are usually wrapped to the left, people from some regions of India favor wrapping to the right. When the abundant material of the sari is wrapped around the waist, it is usually pleated to create graceful folds and drapes. The number of pleats and the direction they fold can vary and is sometimes dictated by religious belief. Though many modern saris are mass-produced, saris made of handwoven cloth are important to many people as a political symbol of Indian pride.

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