Monday, December 08, 2014

Indian Fashion Jewellery


The discovery of various ancient ornaments of different materials from the excavation sites of the different civilizations which existed in Indian subcontinent has always been an essential part of our tradition. During the ancient era, the jewellery were made from the natural materials like clay, wood feathers, stones, etc until the precious metals were discovered. Indian jewellery has come a long way from the ancient period to the modern period of artistic and precious metal pieces.

In India, an ornament’s status is not just limited to its decorative value, but it has a social and cultural significance related to it. To give an example, the ladies who wear nose rings, toe rings and bangles indicate their married status by wearing them. Indian traditional jewellery includes bangles, armlets, anklets, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, pendants and many more.


Indian jewelleries are known for their detailed craftsmanship. Each region of India has its own style of designing and making of jewelleries, leading to the unimaginable range of choices of the jewelleries for the customers to choose from.

Ornaments today are crafted from various materials, the most important ones being gold, silver, platinum and glass. The treatment of each of these materials is different in different states, providing Indian jewellery with pieces that epitomize simple elegance to extravagant pieces rich with embedded stones and delicate carvings. Add to this the fact that these ornaments have adapted to the times, while still managing to retain its identity and it is clear why Indian fashion jewellery is creating waves the world over, leading to universal demand.
From tribal jewellery, to temple jewellery, from natural materials to precious materials, from traditional motifs to contemporary designs, the Indian Fashion Jewellery industry has much to offer the world. So what are you waiting for? Shop for your favorite pieces from large range ofjewelleries soon!! 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Go glam this karwa chauth

Be it the ideal “bahus” of Indian daily TV serials, the sensational daughters-in-laws of Bollywood, reel or real doesn’t matter or you and your other married friends and relatives, karwa chauth is much-admired one day festival for the long life and safety of husbands amongst the entire married bunch. It is a time to bond with each other.

To be precise, the celebrations start a day earlier with mehendi nights and end the next day with an extensive meal with close family and friends, after breaking the fast kept and a peep at the moon. This auspicious day is observed with huge eagerness across the nation and amid Indians

Besides following each ritual of the festival with devotion and dedication, you also require to make sure that your look is just perfect. Thus spare no effort smarten up your appearance and look drop dead gorgeous this year for the festival. Definitely all of you who are married must have a large list of queries in your mind prior to the preparation of the celebration. You have to buy new dress, puja items, cosmetics, jewellery and other essential things. You can select saree, lehenga, salwar kameez, jewellery, anarkalis from this extensive collection.

Styling with a designer one

Nowadays many designer brands of apparels are available in the market to adorn you for these very special festivals of your life. You will surely want to go for these designer brands as these add a charm to the look you desire at the night of the puja amongst your friends and relatives.



Don with the pious reds 

Red is a very auspicious symbol of any married woman. Anything you dress up with, if it is red in colour, will give a perfect look of a bride. Most of the women adorn themselves nearly as a bride on this day. Ladies dress up heavily with red bridal wear and heavy ornaments and make-up. The sarees and the lehengas come with heavy to light work of embroidery in various types of fabrics suiting each one of your pocket demand.



Bright is right


The brighter will you dress up, the more glamorous you will appear. As the main function of karwa chauth takes place at the night after the moon peeps out, the dress up should be brighter to make you appear splendid. You can choose bright colours for your apparels and put up a bright make-up to match with the dress. The lehengas, anarkalis are found in brilliant and bright shades to match your style. 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Season of festivity: A boast of fashion in India

India is a country of great diversity in religions. In fact our country is the home of all the major religions of the world like Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism. But don’t get scared for this is not an essay on India. We all know our motherland from head to toe so let us cut the discussion on India here and come to the actual point. It is nothing new in India to find heavy crowd during any festive season. All of us are great shopaholics especially during the festive season.

During any festive season like Navaratri, Diwali, Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga Puja ( it is the biggest festival of West Bengal) Christmas, Pongal, Onam, Vaisakhi, etc, the shops get overcrowded due to the urge for buying the latest trendy dresses which men, women and kids will wear on a festive day. In addition of purchasing clothes, we all have the desire of gifting all our relatives and friends with new fashion outfits that has come in the market for that particular year.


The dress designers of India generally wait eagerly for the festive seasons for showcasing their talents in varied types of dress designing. Nearly the same is the case with the shop owners or nowadays the online shop portal. The shops wait for the advent of the festivals throughout the year as during this season a huge profit in the business of fashion can be gained. 


Each of the festival has certain trends of clothes which denote the specification of the festival. Let you make this point understand by the example of Holi. Holi is the festival of colours. It is celebrated during the spring time which we refer to as “vasanta ritu” or “basanta kaal”. The colour of all the dresses worn in the festival is white as we are drenched with coloured water or powdered colour. Thus the theme colour of Holi dresses is white. Naturally, white colour with all different sorts of designs, patterns and motifs are sold in the Holi. 

Now we can relate to other festivals easily. In India festivities are the only time when one can witness large crowds on the roads of a locality including older as well as the younger generation together showing off their new clothes with great contentment. Even some tribes of India have their own festivals and have a dress code of those festivals. The dress designers or makers keep the basic thing of the dress code the same and change the designs, pattern and outlook of the dress. 

So with the festive season of this year, again there is a boast of fashion in nation. Happy shopping!!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

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Friday, July 15, 2011

Feel sexy in a sizzling saree

Nothing beats the charm of traditional sarees. Keeping this in mind, sareez.com has come up with its exclusive collection of traditional wedding sarees. Embroideries of our wedding sarees are beautifully bejeweled with kundan, sequins work, dabka and zari work. While designing these sarees, the artisans keep in mind the culture and tradition of the occasion.

Those, who love to look fashionable and sexy, can check out our sexy figure-flaunting sarees or lehengas for their weddings. For a sexier look, try out new draping styles. These sarees make you look graceful yet sexilicious at the same time.  Next time, set the party on fire in a sizzling saree with a low cut blouse.

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