Deep Purple Color Faux Georgette Saree VAS7001

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VAS7001
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  • Deep Purple color saree is fabricated on Faux Georgette.
  • Saree is crafted with beads, stone, cutdana and sequins work in a beautiful motif.
  • Color - Deep Purple.
  • Fabric - Faux Georgette.
  • Ideal for : Casual drape,gifting and semi formal/formal occassions.
  • Costume/Outfit - Saree with Blouse Piece.
Please Note:
  • Product will be shipped in 9 - 11 working days.
  • We have used some extra components to highlight the products, extra components shown in the images are not part of the product.
  • In some products model wear the designer blouse. The pattern of blouse may get different from the model image for few products.
  • The shades may vary slightly from the colors displayed on your screen.
  • The first wash of the garment should always be Dry-Cleaned.

Blouse: Blouse refers to a traditional Indian outfilt that usually goes with a saree or lehnga. Essentially low cut midriff and baring, you can keep the blouse as sleeveless, half sleeved or full sleeved. It is stitched in a manner that fits just perfect.

Petticoat: A petticoat or underskirt is essentially a cloth piece to be worn under a saree. The petticoat is a separate garment hanging from the waist and usually matches the color of the saree. Petticoats are worn to give the saree the desired fashionable shape.

Pallu: The pallu is the distinct fancy patterned loose end of the saree that usually hangs in the back of the shoulder. It could either be draped diagonally in front of the torse or could be reversed to hang on the front as well.

Fall: Saree falls are cotton cloth lining done on the innerside of the lower end of the saree to hold the pleats of the saree properly at the bottom end.

Edging: Edging of sarees gives a smooth end to the saree.       

Sequins Work: Sequins are disk shaped beads used for decorative embroidery styles on different kinds of fabric. Available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes, sequins when embroidered into the fabric give an extra grace to the fabric leaving it splendid.

Resham Embroidery: Resham is a kind of embroidery work done using fine silk thread on sarees, salwar kameez and lehnga choli.

Faux: Basically a low-maintenance fabric, faux is a non-embellished fabric which doesn't require dry cleaning. Faux fabrics are good for daily use as they are strong and can be easily washed at home. Being highly resistant to strains and crushes, faux fabrics are a great choice for office wear.

Contemporary Designs: Contemporary dress designs flaunt a great amount of style, class and charm. Contemporary fashion enhances the simplest outfit and adds to your grace. It would work well for a day event as much as for a sit-down dinner. Contemporary designs are accompanied with different colors, prints, textures and embellishments that augments your look, be it formal, semi-formal or casual.

Wedding Dresses: Wedding dresses constitute everything from a scores of colors and sophisticated cuts - from fuchsia to leafy green, silk, georgette to net, paisley, jaal, handprint, kundan to stones and crystals. Wedding outfits marinate themselves in all vibrant colors, that match the liveliness of the occasion. Varied kinds of fabrics, designs, motifs, weaves, embroideries, and ornaments form the essence of wedding sarees. A subtle use of zardosi and crystals, give it an opulent look; just perfect for virtually every occasion. Wedding wear are very colorful and the fabrics are embellished with different traditional Indian embroideries like zari, kundan, neemzari, dubka, sequins, swarowski crystals, mukaish and lots more.

Few items may take more time depending on the amount of manual labor involved. All embroidery and handwork is done manually which account for the delay.

 

Salwar: Salwars or shalwars are a type of Indian traditional outfits, somewhat close to loose pajama-like trousers. These outfits are generally wide at the top, and get narrow towards the bottom part.

Kameez: Kameez refers to the long shirt or tunic that is generally worn over the salwar and extends up to the knees. The side seams also known as the chaak are left open just below the waist-line for comfort of movement.

Dupatta: Dupatta is a stylish and elegant accessory that accompanies the salwar-kameez and is generally placed either over one shoulder or is draped around the chest and both the shoulders.

Sequins Work: Sequins are disk shaped beads used for decorative embroidery styles on different kinds of fabric. Available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes, sequins when embroidered into the fabric give an extra grace to the fabric leaving it splendid.

Resham Embroidery: Resham is a kind of embroidery work done using fine silk thread on sarees, salwar kameez and lehnga choli.

Faux: Basically a low-maintenance fabric, faux is a non-embellished fabric which doesn't require dry cleaning. Faux fabrics are good for daily use as they are strong and can be easily washed at home. Being highly resistant to strains and crushes, faux fabrics are a great choice for office wear.

Contemporary Designs: Contemporary dress designs flaunt a great amount of style, class and charm. Contemporary fashion enhances the simplest outfit and adds to your grace. It would work well for a day event as much as for a sit-down dinner. Contemporary designs are accompanied with different colors, prints, textures and embellishments that augments your look, be it formal, semi-formal or casual.

Party: Now you can rock your evenings with party coutures. Every party occasion ranging from weddings to cocktail parties, partywear brings that extra charm and appeal to your appearance, just right for the moment. Soaked in bright colors and sophisticated embroidered designs, these dresses are sewn in shaded chiffons, georgettes, silks, and tissues with embroideries including gara, dabka and gotta patti. They could also be embellished with swarowski crystals and sequins. Our partywear collection symbolizes the harmony of colors, motifs, borders and textures, using soothing shades like light fuchsia, pistachio, primrose, white, ivory, azure and aqua.

Few items may take more time depending on the amount of manual labor involved. All embroidery and handwork is done manually which account for the delay.

Kurtis are modern age Indian traditional wear, very popular among Indian women. Also widely known as Tunics amongst our global customers, Kurtis are loose shirts falling a bit below the waist of the wearer. Women often wear kurtis over jeans; these are typically much shorter than the traditional garments and are made with lighter materials. Kurtis are worn both as casual everyday wear and as formal dress. These kurtis are mostly popular among young women crowd and suits best to college girls as it features modern fashion with elegance. The Indian kurti could be simply devoid of sleeves or the sleeves may fall straight to the wrist or a bit below the elbow; they do not narrow and are not cuffed, just hemmed and decorated. The side seams are left open for 6-12 inches above the hem, to give the wearer some ease of movement. Embroidery may be used at times to decorate the kurtis and give it an ornate but subtle effect. Kurtis are available in various fabrics including Synthetic, Georgette, Cotton, Chiffon, Crepe, and Silk; and popular styles such as tube tops, long, knee length, corsets and many more.

 

DesignerSareeSalwar.com is an online platform offering Designer Kurtis or Tunics to Indian as well as customers across the world. At DesignerSareeSalwar.com, we have various varieties of Kurtis such as Readymade Kurtis, Custom made Kurtis and Chikan work Kurtis, designer Kurtis, Indian Kurtis, traditional Kurtis and Designer Tunics.

 

 

Long Kurtis are similar to other Indian traditional Kurtis, very popular among Indian women; except for the fact that these are loose shirts falling either just above or somewhere below the knees of the wearer. Long Kurtis were initially worn by Indian women either with loose-fitting salwars or tight-fitting churidars, but are now are also worn with jeans. Kurtis are worn both as casual everyday wear and as formal dress.Also widely knows as Tunics amongst our global customers; these kurtis are mostly popular among young women crowd and suits well to woman of every age. The Indian kurti could be simply devoid of sleeves or the sleeves may fall straight to the wrist or a bit below the elbow; they do not narrow and are not cuffed, just hemmed and decorated. The side seams are left open for 6-12 inches above the hem, to give the wearer some ease of movement. Embroidery may be used at time to decorate the kurtis and give it an ornate but subtle effect. Kurtis are available in various fabrics including Synthetic, Georgette, Cotton, Chiffon, Crepe, and Silk; and popular styles such as tube tops, long, knee length, corsets and many more.

 

DesignerSareeSalwar.com is an online platform offering Designer Long Kurtis or Tunics to Indian as well as customers across the world. At DesignerSareeSalwar.com, we have various varieties of Long Kurtis such as Readymade Kurtis, Custom made Kurtis and Chikan work Kurtis, designer Kurtis, Indian Kurtis, traditional Kurtis and Designer Tunics.

Choli: Choli refers to the Indian blouse and is generally a traditional outfit that usually goes with a saree or lehnga. Essentially a low cut midriff, baring blouse, you can keep the choli as sleeveless, half sleeved or full sleeved. It is stitched in a manner that fits just perfect.

Lehnga: It refers to a piece of cloth wrapped around the waist in a pleated style with the cloth ends left loose. The waist end of the cloth is stitched for getting the grip. It could be designed in various fashions, eg A-line, Fish cut, kalidar, etc.

Kasab Work: Kasab is nothing but high quality, thick Zari thread. Kasab work or embroidery generally adds to the lustre of the fabric and gives the entire fabric a unique appearance and elegance.

Sequins Work: Sequins are disk shaped beads used for decorative embroidery styles on different kinds of fabric. Available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes, sequins when embroidered into the fabric give an extra grace to the fabric leaving it splendid.

Beads: Beads are small, decorative pearl like things that are pierced to the fabric either for threading or stringing. They are accessible in various sizes and could be used creatively to create beautiful designs and patterns.

Contemporary Designs: Contemporary dress designs flaunt a great amount of style, class and charm. Contemporary fashion enhances the simplest outfit and adds to your grace. It would work well for a day event as much as for a sit-down dinner. Contemporary designs are accompanied with different colors, prints, textures and embellishments that augments your look, be it formal, semi-formal or casual.

Wedding Dresses: Wedding dresses constitute everything from a scores of colors and sophisticated cuts - from fuchsia to leafy green, silk, georgette to net, paisley, jaal, handprint, kundan to stones and crystals. Wedding outfits marinate themselves in all vibrant colors, that match the liveliness of the occasion. Varied kinds of fabrics, designs, motifs, weaves, embroideries, and ornaments form the essence of wedding sarees. A subtle use of zardosi and crystals, give it an opulent look; just perfect for virtually every occasion. Wedding wear are very colorful and the fabrics are embellished with different traditional Indian embroideries like zari, kundan, neemzari, dubka, sequins, swarowski crystals, mukaish and lots more.

Few items may take more time depending on the amount of manual labor involved. All embroidery and handwork is done manually which account for the delay.