If Raza's painting could become a saree, it would be this kanjeevaram silk saree. In classic shades of gold, yellow and red, this saree will paint a pretty contemporary picture. Style it modern or desi Indian, either way, you will steal the show.
Slay it in classic ivory. This handwoven Tussar silk saree with golden zari work makes it the perfect Go-to saree for the times when you want to stay stylish and effortless. Team it with pearls for royal vibes.
Navy blue colour teamed with intricate zari work makes this chanderi cotton saree an absolute head turner. The fresh burst of colour adds poise to one's look. Style it with bustier for an evening party or team it with colour blocked silk blouse for a day function.
Made out of soft silk, the red jaal saree by Kalpana sarees is an apt pick for weddings. Whether you are the guest or the bride-to-be, this elegant red drape joyfully brings together traditions and royalty.
Updating your saree wardrobe this festive season? Seen in a festive colour, the Yellow Zari Paan Butta Saree by Kalpana Sarees is handmade in regal Banarasi silk. One can accessorize the look with statement brass jewellery and a traditional embroidered potli bag to complete the look.
Scouting for festive gifting options? Handcrafted in muga silk, this green butta zari saree is perfect for those who admire understated elegance. Team it up with a minimalistic choker and traditional bangles to complete the look.
Love leheriyas? Seen having the traditional leheriya pattern of Rajasthan, the Sea Green Lehar Ganga Jamuna Saree by Kalpana Sarees is handcrafted in Kota doria. You can slay this saree with a bustier to go contemporary.
Have an evening get together to attend to? Seen in an interesting colour, the Sea Green Muga Silk Saree by Kalpana Sarees is detailed with intricately done floral motifs, making it a wise choice for evening functions. Style with a low bun and heeled kolhapuris to complete the look.
The marble print Saree in Crepe blend inspired by the mughal marbles and granites used in monuments for centuries.
Love for his wife, and a weakness for marble. The Mughal emperor built a magnificent mausoleum to immortalise his love. In humbler fashion, the middle class babu gives his wife a marble kitchen counter, and, if he has a little more money, a bathroom floor pavement with marble. Down the centuries, love's medium of expression has remain the same. - Ramindar Singh on marbles and granite.
Handmade with silk chanderi, this saree lays out an interesting blend of unusual colours in the retro stripes. The saree is digitally printed with two prints , one being the stripes and the other being a jaal of florals. If retro theme is on your mind this festive season, this staple comes as a wardrobe must have.