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A Passion For Soft Velvets

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Rani Sharma
Rani Sharma

I love sarees and I am passionate about designing them. The possibilities are endless with different textures, styles and variations of color and fabric. My new collection is a rich medley of silk, chiffon, shimmer, banarasi, crepe silk, georgette with soft velvets.
Each exquisite saree is embellished with rich but subtle beads, appliqué, kora, dabka and pitta work.
I pair these lovely creations with half sleeved blouses, full sleeved blouses or sleeveless blouses, depending upon the style of the saree and needs of my clientele.

Gold Tissue Saree With Maroon Velvet Pallu:
This gorgeous saree is a combination of dark and light shades. The basic tissue is traditional, and is embellished with rich gold dabka embroidery and light resham with antique pitta work. The piping is of a contrast color.
 Sea Green Saree With Velvet Lycra Blue Pallu:
This saree has embroidery that is spread out through the fabric. Shiny sequence is used in the saree border. The top and bottom of the border is enhanced with zardozi work. The pallu has large bootas. The embroidery has ari work with light diamonds. A brocade piping completes the saree.
Baby Pink Shimmer With Black Velvet Pallu Saree:
This saree is embellished with heavy silver-gray and off-white embroidery on the border and pallu, and gives it its stunning quality. The black velvet against white embroidery looks breathtakingly beautiful, and is further enhanced with appliqué work on the border in the shape of roses. This saree is worn with a full sleeved blouse.
Yellow Saree With Red Velvet Border:
This self design banarsi has red velvet border with appliqué and zardozi work. The edge of the blouse sleeves are also laced with embroidery and sequins, and blue velvet piping.
Off-White Lycra Saree:
This white saree is combined with some fine dark embroidery for a fascinating contrast. The soft fabric is enhanced with silver and light brown color resham and bead work.
Makeup: Aim for a bright look with dark lipstick and up does. Carry a velvet potli with zardozi work. Wear party shoes with gold or silver work.

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