GEORGETTE WITH DOUBLE SEQUANCE WORK SAREE WITH BLOUSE
SAREE : FAUX GEORGETTE WITH DOUBLE SEQUENCE EMBROIDERED WORK SAREE
5mm and 3mm TONE TO TONE AND MATCHING SEQUANCE EMBROIDERED WORK
WORK COMES ON ALL OVER THE SAREE
9mm SEQUENCE LACE WORK
BLOUSE : PAPER SILK
WEIGHT : 860gm
Saree : georgette with double sequence embroidered work saree 5mm and 3mm tone to tone and matching sequance embroidered workwork comes on all over the sareesequence work ruffle all over the sareeblouse : banlory silk double sequence saree 5mm and 3mm tone to tone sequance work0. 80meter unstitched weight : 860gm
A sari (sometimes also saree or shari) is a women’s garment from the Indian subcontinent, that consists of an un-stitched stretch of woven fabric arranged over the body as a robe, with one end tied to the waist, while the other end rests over one shoulder as a stole (shawl), baring a part of the midriff.
A sari (also known as a saree or a shari) is a type of clothing for women. It is mostly used as a daily clothing in the modern Republic of India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka as well as formal clothing in Pakistan. It is a very long strip of cloth. Women wrap it around their bodies.
It is the National dress code commonly worn by Bangladeshi and Indian women alike respectively. Also, some Urdu or Mohajir-speaking communities of Pakistani women also wear this garment.
sari, also spelled saree, principal outer garment of women of the Indian subcontinent, consisting of a piece of often brightly colored, frequently embroidered, silk, cotton, or, in recent years, synthetic cloth five to seven yards long.