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    April 2, 2013

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    January 9, 2014

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    January 27, 2014

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    March 4, 2014

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    June 13, 2013

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Monday, 23 January 2017

So-Saree Readers Speak_Priya

I am finally posting in this series after ages. But it's always a pleasure to connect with readers and put them in the spotlight.
So today's reader is a homemaker and gorgeous mother of two beautiful kids. Over to you Priya.






























A saree is a traditional attire that has been beautifying women since ancient times. Your blogs are really interesting and you precisely describe what Indian women wear and I really love the Indian traditional part. You have perfectly described it and I love to read your BLOG..keep writing.

The look I am sharing today is an answer to those who think ladies draped in saree lack swag? So girls and ladies wear sarees in different styles and ace the traditional look with a modern flair. Hope you guys liked it.

Thank You Priya...you look absolutely gorgeous.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Craftsvilla: Your One Stop Destination for All Things Ethnic

Hey everyone...hope you guys are having a fantastic start to the year.

If you follow So-Saree, you would already know about our love for all things ethnic. And if there's one name/brand that ups the ethnic quotient in the e-commerce world, it has to be Craftsvilla.

We at So-Saree have a special place in our heart for Craftsvilla.
Not only because we share the same love for all things Indian and ethnic, but also because Craftsvilla was the first brand we ever collaborated with back in 2013.

The sarees and ethnic wear at Craftsvilla represent the diverse and colourful culture of our beautiful country. Whether it is the Kanjeevaram from the South, Bandhani from the West, Benarasi  from the North or Jamdani from the East, they have it all. Since its inception Craftsvilla has been instrumental in connecting local artisans and designers with global customers.  This has helped in increasing the livelihood of the local artisans as the chain of middlemen has been removed in this process.

Craftsvilla is now considered as the Mecca for all ethnic lovers. Whether you are looking for sarees, salwar kameez, lehengas, ladies tops, accessories or home d├ęcor, they house the best yet at the most reasonable rates.
So without much ado, I am going to take you through So-Saree's favourite picks from Craftsvilla.
Kanjeevaram Saree





Jaipuri Bedsheet
So, guys which one of our picks do you like? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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