Saree: Sizzling Indian Sarees for Diwali

by Sareez.com on November 1, 2010 · 8 comments

Sizzling Indian Sarees for Diwali

Diwali is the Indian festival season that every Hindu woman awaits… so that she can dress in her best outfit, namely sarees. Starting with Ganapati Puja and ending with the spectacular dazzles, she has ample opportunities to flaunt her wardrobe, draping herself in bright hues. Deepavali comes with its magnificence in colours and brightness, thus the sarees chosen should also be as bright as possible.

Deep Myrtle Green Net and Georgette Festival Embroidered Saree

Deep Myrtle Green Net and Georgette Festival Embroidered Saree


Buying new clothes has always been a tradition in Indian festivals, and in Diwali it’s even more magnificent when everything around is new and bright. Nowadays, many Indian families set out for rapid shopping much ahead of the Diwali arrangements. Salwar Kameez, Lehenga Choli, Sarees and many other garments are set on almost all Indian shops within the city brims.

Black and Gray Faux Georgette Casual and Party Printed Saree

Black and Gray Faux Georgette Casual and Party Printed Saree

The most distinguishing attribute of a Diwali Saree is seen in its marvelous use of embellishments. Indian Goddess of wealth is worshipped during Diwali, signifying celebration of prosperity, and this is reflected in Diwali Sarees as well. The affluence of embroideries and add-ons along with skillful workmanship that’s displayed on any gorgeous Diwali Saree can leave you breathless. Indian Diwali Saree dazzles and sparkles with its quality and showmanship. These Sarees often reveal the best of zaris or resham embroidered motifs ornamented with dazzling mirror sequins, or glittering bugle beads.

Gray Pure Georgette Party and Festival Embroidered Saree

Gray Pure Georgette Party and Festival Embroidered Saree

The newest Diwali Sarees in market today are brilliant collections of designer georgette saree, designer silk Cotton saree, designer shimmer georgette saree, designer crepe saree and so on. The amazing fireworks and glowing diyas make Indian Diwali Saree even more beautiful during the event. There are vivid colors of sarees and the vibrancy is sure to you. The most preferred colors of Diwali sarees are Black, Blue, Brown, Beige, Cream, Gold, Maroon, Green, Grey, Lavender, Mustard, Orange, Peach, Pink, Red, Rust, Silver, Teal, Turquoise, White, Wine, and Yellow etc. Moreover, decorations like sequins, beads, bandhini, block print, bugle beads, Chanderi, cord work, stones, cut work, zardozi, mirror work, zari, and ribbon work make these sarees mind blowing. Variety of fabrics like cotton, Brocade, Brasso, fancy fabric, Net, Faux chiffon, Faux crepe, Faux Brocade, Faux Georgette, Poly cotton, Pure chiffon, poly silk, Satin, Semi silk, Silk cotton, and Tissue are used.

Rose Madder Red and Moss Green Festival Embroidered Saree

Rose Madder Red and Moss Green Festival Embroidered Saree

Nowadays much before Diwali, these sarees are promoted efficiently by employing famous bollywood actresses just to bring about the urge among the people. Whether you are in India or abroad, you can purchase Diwali sarees by window shopping or even online. There are various websites available that offers you affordable and quality shopping. One of them is Sareez.com, a complete one-stop-solution for all your requirements of Indian sarees, lehengas and salwars. From simple everyday-wear printed saris and cotton sarees to embroidered sarees, bridal sarees, silk sarees, designer salwar kameez, kurtis and wedding lehengas, we deliver everything to your doorstep. So just drop in, choose what you like, and order. We would like to see you looking gorgeous in Sarees this Diwali!

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bhumika November 1, 2010 at 11:59 pm

1st saree is …. :inlove: :inlove:

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sunaina November 2, 2010 at 1:00 am

Wow sarees are so beautiful! I like the last one!

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Devie November 2, 2010 at 5:51 am

Cool! :))
How much is shipping?

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Sanjeev November 2, 2010 at 5:01 pm

Devie,

Check on their site, probably they have it there? I believe some discount also going on there.

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Insiya November 2, 2010 at 12:24 pm

first saree is defintely wow :inlove:

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Nids November 2, 2010 at 6:08 pm

just luved the georgette saree :inlove: :inlove: :inlove: … 3rd pic.. i am going to chk their website nw.. :-))

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jomol November 3, 2010 at 10:43 am

I am big time into buying and gifting sarees online, I have been using utsavsarees.com till now…will try this one out………. :-)

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