Sarees You Must Have In The Ethnic Section of Your Wardrobe


With festivals forming such an important part of every Indian’s life, we can’t help ourselves from coming back to this topic every now and then. Especially when we know that in some part of the world you are preparing yourself for the upcoming celebrations of one of the biggest festivals of India – Durga Puja. Some of us call it Navratra, some call it Kullu Dussehra, some call it Bommai Golu, and some even call it Bommala koluvu. No matter what we name the festival, the truth is that each one of us is equally excited about it. However, with festivals also comes the dire necessity to look total ethnic and gorgeous. And, there is nothing that can make u look more stunning and beautiful than the Indian National Dress itself – The Saree.

So, we bring to you a list of top 5 types of sarees that you must include in our wardrobe if you haven’t already.

Taant Sarees

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Weaved mostly in West Bengal and Bangladesh, the Taant sarees are soft and comfortable even for the hottest days. These sarees are found in huge varieties; you can find them in bright colors as well as lighter shades and with heavy embroideries to simple thread works. Taant sarees are extremely comfy yet very sophisticated for wearing at festivals, work, or even generally during daytime and thus, is our top choice.

Dhakai Sarees

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Originating from and named after Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, the Dhakai sarees come with intricate thread embroideries and buti works. The uniqueness of the sarees is visible in their unconventional blend of simplicity and grandeur. The Dhakai sarees are usually found in cotton or a material called Jamdani. A red and white Dhakai is an ideal saree for any of the Indian festivals.

Banarasi Sarees

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While the Banarasi silk sarees are closely associated with the Bengali brides since time immemorial, these are equally suitable for wearing in festivals. The newlyweds are often found having a strong inclination towards this particular variety of Indian ethnic wear. As such, few other varieties of sarees can hardly replace the dignified appeal of a red embroidered Banarasi saree that remains an all-time favorite of Indian women.

Designer Sarees

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Whatever the festival or occasion is, looking trendy is important and the designer sarees can serve your purpose perfectly well. You can consider buying the designer sarees online and you will certainly be able to lay your hands upon a wide variety of sarees that strike the right blend of traditional appeal and modern designs.

Paithani Sarees

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The combination of the lustrous silk, embroideries in zari and golden thread and peacock designs in the pallu of the sarees makes the Paithani sarees ideal for festivals. Originating in Maharashtra, India, these sarees are also reflective of the Buddhist culture. They have a typical grandeur about them, making them must-have festival sarees in the personal wardrobe of every woman.

A Sacred Bond of Love


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Rakshabandhan is one of the oldest traditions upheld in Hindu families. As a vow of protection, this day marks a brother’s promise to his sister, when he promises to protect her with his life. On this particular day every woman likes to feel special and it is our responsibility that we ensure she is also looking special!

Rakshabandhan is an important festival especially for the women of the household, and hence it is imperative that they adorn themselves in the most gorgeous clothes. This season, vibrant shades and colour blocking patterns are a rage. Colour combinations like pink and midnight blue, mustard yellow with lime green, off white and rose are amongst the hot favourites. Designer sarees in single colours with heavy embroidery and beadwork on them are also very popular. Green being the colour of the season on sareez.com we have sarees in various shades of green. White is another popular colour, in this festive season. White sarees with astute golden design work is perfect for you if you are looking for the right balance between elegance and style. Red again is a popular colour this season and as we all know, you can rarely go wrong on a festival day with a red saree!

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In Awe of “The Cannes Film Festival”



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All good things must come to an end. It’s that time again. That time when the last of us still left in Cannes pack our bags, grab a final dinner and drinks with friends, and head to the airport. We’ve reached the end of the 12 days of the Cannes Film Festival.

These are the moments that define our lives. The people we meet, the events we attend and choices we make, the films we see, the discussions we have, the outcome of all this intensely focused passion for film. What cinema has taught us is how invaluable connections are, and how important genuine relationships are to life.

Cannes is a place where everyone willing to fall in love with film. All because we love what we do, all because we love telling the world about films that move us, entertain us, frustrate us that leave us excited for the future of cinema. Nothing can compare to Cannes and the global experience it provides, the good days and even the bad. Hope it will help to inspire others to pursue their passions and love film the way all of us do.

Here’s the complete list of films at 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

• Young & Beautiful (dir. François Ozon)
• The Past (dir. Asghar Farhadi)
• The Congress (dir. Ari Folman)
• The Dance of Reality (dir. Alejandro Jodorowsky)
• Inside Llewyn Davis (dir. Coen Brothers)
• Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (dir. David Lowery)
• Jodorowsky’s Dune (dir. Frank Pavich)
• Behind the Candelabra (dir. Steven Soderbergh)
• Bastards (Les salauds) (dir. Claire Denis)
• Only God Forgives (dir. Nicolas Winding Refn)
• All is Lost (dir. J.C. Chandor)
• Like Father, Like Son (dir. Hirokazu Koreeda)
• Nebraska (dir. Alexander Payne)
• Blue is the Warmest Color (dir. Abdellatif Kechiche)
• Only Lovers Left Alive (dir. Jim Jarmusch)

The 66th Cannes Film Festival had Indian stars and celebrities shining! As this prestigious festival celebrated the 100 years of Indian cinema, the big wigs from Bollywood including Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar were there to make India proud internationally. Not just their presence, but their work spoke volumes and that is why they deserved to be there. Although there were many other Indian celebrities that were also present, we have our own favorites.

Here’s a look at the top Indian celebrities presented this year.

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The Best Time to Wear



Even though the mercury is soaring but we are not lazy to sport on jewelry. Jewellery is a symbol of beauty. It has always been imperative for women. Spring summer season of 2013 Women’s Fashion Jewelry Trends is full of contrasts. They all share a desire for individualism, brightness and impressive size. The designs are mainly focused on: Indo Western and Natural materials.
Let’s have a tour to some pieces of our jewelry which would give you an idea what is “in”.

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Pieces above are specially designed so that it does not look flashy but classic instead. This season it’s all about class and comfort. Crystal Jewelry has become a fad as it can be both teamed with ethnic and Western Outfit.
Only jewellery is not sufficient to make you feel great. Jewellery is worn with traditional Indian outfits such as sarees, Salwar kameez etc, and at present is also worn with western outfits such as jeans, skirts etc.

Take a look & choose your matching dress:

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Sareez Bonanza


Saree is the symbol of Indian culture. It comes in a variety of fabrics and colors. Sarees gives a classic feminine, refined and elegant look.

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The Various varieties of Sarees are:
1. Designer sarees
2. Traditional Sarees
3. Embroidery Sarees
4. Printed Sarees
5. Lehenga Sarees

Designer sarees are generally worn for various social events like anniversaries.
Heavily worked traditional sarees can do wonders in wedding ceremony.

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Online shopping is the new way to shop for the following reasons:
1. Convenience
2. Better Prices
3. Variety

Due to the above reasons shopping online has become a trend. You can buy any outfit from any part of the world at just a click of a button. But what seems like a great deal initially can quickly come to a screeching halt once you add the costs of shipping. Here @ Sareez we give you free shipping to US, UK & Canada on all orders so that shopping is always fun.

Sareez.Com Offers Both Way Free Shipping To US, UK & Canada On All Orders.
No Terms & Conditions Apply.

Free Shipping to USA, UK & Canada

Just because shipping is free doesn’t mean it should take a long time. Sareez.com understands that getting your items quickly is important to you, so we make every effort to process your order quickly and use FedEx or DHL as our shipping partners. After giving any order from our website, be sure that you will receive your order within 7-10 business days.

Free Returns From USA, UK & Canada

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return your order or specific products back to us for a full refund or can opt for store credit. Return products must be unworn, in the state you received them, and in the original packaging. There will be no return shipping cost as Sareez.com will provide you pre-paid return shipping label. So if for whatever reason you’re not happy with your purchase, just go through our easy self-service return process (via My Account > My Orders) to request a free return label – your returning shipping costs are prepaid.

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Few Points to Note while requesting returns.

1. You can request a return within 48 hours from the time of receiving the product. If you get the product on 25th May 1990, then you have until 28th May 1990 to request a return.
2. Products must be in the condition you received them and in the original box and/or packaging.
3. Return shipping is absolutely FREE.
4. While requesting a return you have to provide a reason for the return.
5. Once we have your request we will contact you within three business days.
6. Do not return any product without getting authorization from Sareez.com.
7. Once your return is received and inspected by our fulfillment centers (usually within 72 hours of receipt), we will contact you and you can select refund or store credit.

Sareez bring for you especially designed embroidered sarees this season. The various embroidery patterns that you would find in our collection is Aari, Resham, Zari and Parsi embroidery, Chikankari, Gotta Patti along with Stone, Cutdana and Beadwork. This breath-taking collection would not allow you to take your eyes off them.

We invite all from US, UK and Canada to access this special facility.

Look regal with a lehenga style saree


Keeping in mind today’s women, who usually don’t know the intricacies of draping a saree, sareez.com has designed some contemporary pieces like lehenga style sarees and wrap-around sarees. These are fabulously designed to give you a luxurious and regal look. The USP of this collection is a subtle yet rich embellishment, which gives a very magnificent look to it. All our sarees are enchanting in its attributes and have lovely color combinations.
Our designers have used creativity at its best to give a fresh and unique look to the whole collection. Every saree is awesome enough to leave you spellbound.
So if you want to win admirers in the next party, then just try out our party sarees to get that lavishly charming look.
To check out our exclusive lehenga saree collection, check out – http://www.sareez.com/Sarees/By-Work/Lehenga-Sarees/

Look Beautiful with Georgette Sarees/ Get Gorgeous with Georgette


Because of its grace and versatility, sarees have always been a popular Indian wear worldwide. A trendy saree is a perfect style statement for any occasion. If you want a chic look, then try georgette sarees. Light-weight and versatile, georgette sarees can be worn casually as well as in weddings. If draped well, these sarees suit all body types. Being soft in texture, one can even experiment with different draping styles in georgette sarees.

One of the latest trends is georgette and chiffon printed sarees. Georgette sarees with lovely abstract prints, ethnic prints, metallic designs and vibrant colors are quite in vogue these days. These look quite fashionable and are great for all kinds of casual and semi-formal functions. If you want a formal look, then go for georgette sarees with sequins and bead work. Sarees with crystals, stones, embroidery and other embellishments also look wonderful. Thus, many modern brides are opting for heavily-worked georgette sarees for their weddings.

To check out our georgette saree collection, check – http://www.sareez.com/Sarees/By-Fabric/Pure-Georgette/