Kanchipuram saree to Banarasi-7 popular sarees to buy THIS Durga Puja

It's important to pick a saree that matches your aesthetic and current fashion trends. Here are seven fashionable sarees you can buy for Durga Puja.

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Handloom Sarees

Handloom sarees from different regions of India have gained popularity due to their craftsmanship. Consider sarees like Chanderi, Tussar, or Kota for a unique look.

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Kanchipuram Sarees

Kanchipuram or Kanjivaram sarees are known for their rich silk and intricate designs. Choose a Kanjivaram with contrasting colours and intricate borders for a regal appearance.

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Designer Sarees with Modern Blouses

Explore designer sarees that come with modern, trendy blouse designs. Off-shoulder, bell-sleeved, and crop-top style blouses can make a saree look chic and stylish.

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Silk Georgette Sarees

Silk georgette sarees combine the sheen of silk with the flowy texture of georgette. They are lightweight and come in various shades, making them a versatile choice.

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Banarasi Saree

Banarasi sarees are timeless classics. Look for Banarasi sarees with modern, contemporary designs and vibrant colors to give a traditional touch with a twist.

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Organza Sarees

Lightweight and sheer organza sarees are in vogue. They come in various colors and often feature intricate embroidery or embellishments.

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Bengali Tant Sarees

Traditional Bengali Tant sarees are known for their fine cotton weave and vibrant borders. They are lightweight and comfortable, perfect for the festivities.

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