Check out these amazing. royal-looking chiffon sarees, perfect for Diwali
Chiffon sarees for Diwali: The royal, light-weight chiffon sarees have been the epitome of grace and elegance. The flowy drape was first popularised by Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, and went on to become her signature style over the course of time. The chiffon saree soon acquired a cult status among upper-class women and became a symbol of grandeur and refined luxury.
This festive season, especially for Diwali, we recommend that you stun in a classic, chiffon saree and style it with statement jewellery to get that perfect royal look.
We’ve rounded up the 6 best labels selling pretty chiffon sarees perfect for Diwali.
Image Courtesy- Atelier Shikaarbagh
Established in 2012, Atelier Shikaarbagh specialises in French chiffons. Founder Maayankraj Singh, a royalty himself, focuses on accentuating the whimsical charm of chiffon, through schematic embroidery placements, and intuitively balanced embellishments. Certainly one of the most promising chiffon sari labels.
Image Courtesy- BBG Royals
BBG Royals creates limited-edition printed chiffon saris, featuring floral and animal prints. The artworks are meticulously hand-painted and then reproduced on sarees, making each piece unique and heirloom-worthy. Their animal print designs (tigers, lions, leopards, horses) have always been the most popular. The label’s clientele includes the erstwhile royal Indian fraternity and connoisseurs of art and design.
Image Courtesy- Jaykirti
Local karigars work lovingly to bring alive the delicate textiles, with detailed, hand-embroidered thread-work, aari, sequins, gotta-patti, and zardozi. Label Jaykirti’s studio and boutique are in the crafts capital of India, Jaipur. It is needless to say this is one of the most exquisite chiffon sari labels to watch out for.
Image Courtesy- Just Chiffons
Dipti Singh established Just Chiffons in 2003. Her daughter Rohini Singh joined her in 2010. Their designs are inspired by personal styling preferences of erstwhile royal India’s maharanis, yuvranis and rajkumaris. Just Chiffons showcases handcraft techniques (cutwork, embroidery and thread work, aari, zari and appliqué net) blended seamlessly with ombré dyeing.
Image Courtesy- Rukhmani
The brainchild of Vinita Singh, Sunita Panwar, and Bindu Chandela, Rukhmani is a tribute to their grandmother, Rukmani Singh. The brand has introduced Chantilly saris that transport you to Parisian shopping trips of the erstwhile royals. Jewel tones and pastel shading, Kashmiri embroidery, vasli handwork, and Lucknavi mukaish can also be found on Rukhmani’s creations.
Image Courtesy- Sri Tanabana
The antique borders of Sri Tanabana’s chiffon saris are handwoven in Gujarat. Motifs and patterns are reminiscent of the 1920s-1940s designs, an eclectic mix of traditional Indian and Art Deco aesthetics. Darshana Kumari, Gitanjali Shah, and Priyanjali Katoch established Sri Tanabana in 2001.
By Tanvi Gupta
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