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PURE COTTON SAREES COLLECTION

FABRIC DETAILS : 100% COTTON FABRIC , 100% FAST COLORS, with blouse piece

We are one of the leading sellers of cotton sarees online. We have buyers world wide. Indian origin people across Australia, UK, Gulf countries, USA, Singapore, Srilanka, Malaysia, and other Europian countries love these sarees.

We offer a wide range of cotton sarees. Made from very premium quality of cotton fabrics, designed to everybodys envy in vibrant colors. Very best suited for dailywear, Office Wear, Casual Wear, College Wear & Evening Wear.

For Buyers outside INDIA, Please write to us mentioning your selected design numbers, we shall send you a separate payment link with delivery charges..

We undertake wholesale and retail orders for these varieties.

If you are interested then feel free to write to us regarding the rates.

For retail and wholesale Business queries please write us to: sales@angelzwearhouse.com

HOW TO MAKE A ONLINE RETAIL PURCHASE

HOW TO BUY: Please send us a mail mentioned the catalog name and the Design number or Design Name along with number of pieces you want in each design. Then we will send u the payment link by which you can make the payment online using ur debit or the credit card (by PAYPAL) or we shall send you our bank details where in you can do a WIRE TRANSFER or DIRECT CASH DEPOST in to our companies current account (Angelz Wearhouse)

Delivery charges: EXTRA

For retail and wholesale Business queries please write us to: sales@angelzwearhouse.com

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Different drapping styles of Regional Sarees:

Indian style saree, in India, majority of women wear saree. The saree is a long piece of cloth about a meter wide and 5 to 5 1/2 meters long. The saree is draped over a long skirt. A tight fitting blouse known as choli is worn on the upper part of the body.

sarees of different designs and materials are available in a variety of colours. It is made out of cotton, silk and other synthetic materials. The cost of the sarees varies according to the quality. The outer end of the saree or Pallu is most attractive especially on silk sarees.

Women of Tamil Nadu wear silk sarees on special occasions. The Brahmin community wear the saree in a slightly different way without wearing the long skirt. The length of the saree which they wear is longer (nine yards) than the usual one. It is wound separately on both legs in a proper way without restricting the person's free movement.

Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu and Mysore in Karnataka are famous for their unique silk and cotton sarees.
Andhra Pradesh is famous for its cotton sarees which is designed with jerry and thread. The sarees woven at Venkatagiri and Pochhampalli in Andhra are famous. Cotton sarees of Bengal is ideal as a summer wear.

In Kerala, women wear their traditional two piece cloth called mundu and neriyathu. The 'mundu' (one piece) is draped on the lower part of the body. The second piece; 'neriyathu' is worn on top, over a blouse in the same way as the sarees. This mundu also called 'Settu Mundu' is the traditional attire. The mundu was worn in a different way by the women of the royal families.

sarees are worn in different ways in many places, especially in Gujarat, Manipur, Maharashtra and Coorg (Karnataka).

How to tie / drape / wear saree:

Step 1: These are the "underneath" garments you need to wear before tying a Saree - a waist-to- floor length petticoat, tied tightly at the waist by a drawstring. You should not use elastic to hold the petticoat around the waist as the elastic might not bear the weight of the Saree. You have to wear an upper garment in the form of a tight fitting blouse that ends just below the bust. The blouse could be short sleeved or sleeveless. Its necklines can also be in different shapes and sizes.

Step 2: Now with your left hand hold the inside end of the Saree material .Tuck the top border of the inner end of the Saree into your petticoat starting at the navel, and complete one full turn from right to the left. Make sure that the lower end of the Saree touches the floor.

Step 3: Beginning from the tucked-in end start making pleats in the Saree, starting at the right, about 5 inches deep. Make about 7 to 10 pleats and hold them up together so that they fall straight and even. All the pleats should be at the same height off the floor.

Step 4: Tuck the pleats into the waist slightly to the left of the navel, and make sure that they are turned towards the left. Make sure the Saree is held there firmly. Tuck it in a little more if necessary and you can even use a safety pin to hold it in place.

Step 5: Drape the remaining fabric around yourself once more left to right, and bring it up under the right arm and over the left shoulder so that it falls to about the level of the knees.

Step 6: The end portion thus draped is the palled, and can be prevented from slipping off by fixing it at the shoulder to the blouse with a small safety pin.

It is a feminine prerogative to beautify her. Flowers, cosmetics, ornaments, gay colorful Clothing with these women down the ages have created stunning looks. Many a man has been charmed, dazzled, seduced, enchanted, bewitched, captivated, enraptured, and mesmerized by women who can literally use clothes, jeweler and other accompaniments as weapons. The Saree is a very unique dress. With only tucks and folds, it is worn in such a way that it sheaths the body almost completely. The demure Indian woman, covered from head to toe presents a picture of modesty. But, as women only know how to, a Saree however all encompassing, can be gently pulled and draped to hint at the alluring form underneath. It is the promise of what it enfolds which makes the Saree a bewitching garment.

 

 
 
 
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