Brides-to-be, you MUST add these weaves to your trousseau

By Eena Batra


Though we have come a long way and our trousseau inclusions have changed but there are a few things that all the brides-to-be want and must have in their collection. And one of these is a handcrafted sarees and dupattas. None of us can justify in words how pretty these traditional yards look on women, especially the newly-weds. 

Are we right or are we right? Haven’t included one in your collection? Check out these designs and pick one for yourself.

Amalgamate tradition with your own style in gorg and handcrafted sarees by Raw mango.

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Bright colours and exclusive weaves, Ekayabenaras knows how to add value to your trousseau.

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No one can deny the beauty of Sabyasachi’s meticulously crafted sarees.


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Gaurang Shah is all goals for the brides-to-be’s traditional textile needs.


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Not a saree woman? Duppattas, lehenga-choli and sharara sets by Bageecha are what you should invest in.


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Get your textile and weave pick customized by the royal couturiers, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla.

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Want an in-house show, check out the lovely designs by Oh-fab.

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