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Mix & Match Border Designer Saris


India’s traditional wear, the sari, has become a fashion statement worldwide. The variety and range available these days, is mind boggling. Indian border saris can be classified depending upon the fabric and the skills used in its making. Light weight saris have become a fashion trend. These days, women love having designer blouse patterns for each of their saris for that elegant look.


Bright orange and rich evening party wear sari: This imported chanderi is finished with rich black pitta border and golden piping. The blouse is with an antique gold color. These saris go well with long pearl jewelry and potli purse along with very light make up.

Golden & green cotton silk and banarsi sari featuring golden motifs: The border features gold sheeted sequenced borders and beige piping. Kundan long jewelry with a clutch purse and a bold eye makeup with soft lip color go well with this look.

Red & blue border saris: It is a silk fabric, with gold piping and blue motifs border and pure gold sari blouse with designer spaghetti strap. Antique beads jewelry, ghuthli purse and an up-do hair style complement this look.

Blue designer embellished silk sari: Tan embellished patch work around the two-color silk border, designer short sleeves sari blouse with open neck pattern. Goes well with phirosa long toda and embroided handbag. Pin flowers in the hair and finish with bronze make-up.

 Black and gold designer half and half saris: Zari work throughout border followed by black lines. Paired with black designer full sleeves sari blouse with work and finished with copper trim. Goes well with choker jewelry, bright makeup and open curly hair. Carry a hanging embroidered silk purse.

Off white and blue fusser silk sari featuring golden leaves motif and white & golden border: These saris come with an off-white fusser silk blouse. The border is framed on self colored patch and blue raw silk patch. Big stone necklace with stud earrings and a potli purse go well with this look.

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