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Indian Traditional Saree

Designer Collection for Ethnic Wear at Pastels By Aanchal.  Traditional Customized Saree’s Aanchal has designed-
1) Self- Designed Neon trimming Saree-Half Saree in White Net and the other half in Pink Net. Black Raw Silk border given with Copper Lace & Neon Pink Border on Pallu. Black Silk Blouse with Pearl Border looks smart with this piece
2) Pink Saree-  Flowing Soft Pink Saree with Crepe Grey High Neck Blouse. Sequenced fabric used on the front part and also for the back strap
3) Neon Saree-  Neon Green and Neon Pink used in 4 parts with Embroidered Neon white fabric in border and blouse. Big Tassels give a bold look to the ensemble. Matt finish Gota added in 3 layers. Neon balls lace used in the complete outfit for chic look.
4) Embroidered Georgette Saree- Very soft color ensemble including lightest of pink shade in the pleats and shaded peach   pink summer yellow in pallu. Embroidery on bottom of the pleats is done in Gold wire and Heavy border made on the pallu.. Introducing Red and Black in the blouse and the border makes the complete outfit look way too different.
5) Peach colored georgette saree- Neon Pink *pleated* border teamed up with goldenish sequenced fabric used as a broad border. The Green Blouse adds contrast to the ensemble. Also the double sided colored tassels completes the look.
6) Embroidered Saree- This Saree is in 3 parts- Sea Green Net for pleats , Mauve embroidered Georgette & White Georgette on which “Dancing men & women are embroidered in colorful threads”. Also a White pearl lace is added to the whole ensemble.
7) Geometrical Print Saree- Black Stand Collar Silk Blouse designed for this Off white, Black & Green Print Saree. Pleated blouse in front with a backless style in a single strap. Pearl lace added on collar, front & Sleeves.
8)  2 Shades Saree- A pure Georgette saree flow dyed into Nude & Pink shade with a slim Golden & Magenta border. The Main attraction is the *Backless Corset* with criss cross doris & extra heavy & beautiful Tassels.
9) Vibrant Blue chiffon saree-  Looks great by adding Deep Red to it. The finely embroidered border used on the complete saree except for the pallu. The Pearl Border gives a delicate and feminine look. The Red Velvet blouse is decked up with borders on Half back with beautiful tassels. 
10) Pure Banarsi Silk traditional Saree- Saree on which the Zari Motifs have been highlighted with the help of embroidery in fine resham threads. The Black Chanderi silk blouse adds extra oomph to the traditional look.

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