Sarees Priced Under Rs. 500
The festive season is on. Aren’t you all excited about what to wear? How to turn heads this Diwali? We’re sure! All the ladies are. Diwali and other Indian festivals are all about dressing up in traditionals and setting fire all around. Are you planning to buy some saree or lehenga? And what if you are being given a special discount? Wow! Double excited? So here we are with a special discount this festive season for you all. Any saree under just 500 Rupees. Why only festivals! If you are a working lady and prefer wearing sarees everyday to work, this is an amazing offer for you too.
To get into something you must know all about that. Daily wearers must be knowing a lot about Saree stuff but for others, we would like to tell Sarees come in different fabrics according to the occasions. Choosing an appropriate material piece according to the occasion is extremely essential to grace up your look. Shop from LimeRoad.com where there are varieties of fabrics.
While Silk is perfect for every occasion, wedding, party or a puja at your house, Chiffon is a material that is lightweight and is easy to carry. Inspired from bollywood songs, it is a fantasy of almost every Indian girl to dance wearing a chiffon saree at some hilly area covered with snow, atleast once in her lifetime. Cotton sarees too can be worn in all occasions but generally these are for daily wears.
The very choice of working women. Cotton can be easily managed and taken care of in such hectic schedule. It does not bother you much and is easy to carry. Georgette sarees too are light to wear and makes you look enchanting. Crepe is yet, another fabric whose sarees are comfortable to wear, giving us all saree goals. Not to be forgotten, the Net Sarees which have always been in trend are mostly worn by slim women. It helps you flaunt your super slim figure, making others jealous. Have you finally decided which saree are you going to wear the next time?
How to drape one?
Never wore a Saree before and want to wear this time but no idea which way to style? Ladies there are plenty of ways to drape a saree, again depending upon what occasion are you wearing it for.
Mermaid style or the fish cut is a simple drape that looks like a tail of the mermaid. It is easy to drape and looks marvelous at weddings. Pant style is for the ones who like to be different. It is a fusion of Indo-Western where petticoat is replaced by a churidar. Perfect for your farewell, girls! Why buy a lehenga when you can make one at home? Well it’s not actually about making but is the magic of draping. Next is the Lehenga Style saree. You can drape pleats of more than half of your saree and leave some for the pallu. It gives an astonishing Lehenga look. Another is the gown style.
The most exciting of the all. You can now drape your saree such that it gives a gown look and is pretty easy to carry.
Ladies! For all the above drapes, you need to be very particular about what fabric to be used in what kind of draping. If you’ve learnt that art, nobody can stop you from being fabulous every single time you step out in a saree.
So why spend time and money elsewhere when you can buy lots of sarees in your budget. Go and grab your pieces in such a pocket-friendly price before the stock ends.