Women in India just love sarees, but with modernization, the modern woman doesn’t wear sarees every day. And that’s where our theme of this month can help you. Thus Asmiabha has created special saree bundles for modern ladies.
Sometimes we wonder if we’re ready to wear a saree yet? But then we remember how much our mothers loved them, and she grew up with four sisters. And how our grandmother had one of the most impeccable fashion senses of anyone we know. How can we not honor that side of our heritage by wearing a saree? There’s never been a better time to explore the elegance and femininity of a saree. The saree is a marvelous Indian garment that brings out the best in you. Often called the ‘national dress of India’, it is not just a piece of cloth. It defines who you are, what you believe in, and more importantly how you want to be perceived. A saree is a simple, elegant, flowing piece of cloth that wraps around the wearer. Worn by women across the Indian sub-continent, its long history is intertwined with traditional socio-political movements and yet it remains a timeless, individual expression of style. Indo-western sarees are every bit as graceful and flattering as their Indian counterparts.