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Georgette Sarees obline

Originally created in France by French dress designer Georgette de la Plante pure Georgette is a sheer lightweight fabric which is now used in India to make pure georgette sarees. These lightweight designer sarees can be used as party wear.

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  1. Light Slate Gray Silk and Faux Georgette Plain Party Saree
    Special Price $55.05
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  2. Red violet Silk and Faux Georgette Embroidered Party Saree
    Special Price $63.15
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  3. Buff Yellow and Khaki Brown Silk and Viscose Georgette Embroidered Festival Saree
    Special Price $103.88
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  4. Cerise Pink Jacquard Silk Woven Festival Saree
    Special Price $35.44
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Pure georgette sarees online

Georgette sarees are one of the most widely used saris in India. These have attained fame for their light weight characteristics. Pure georgette sarees are worn as party wear or festive wear or even a formal wear. It has paved its way into the style statement and has created a niche in the recent times in Indian sari category.

Comfortable pure georgette sareees

The modern designers are now concentrating on innovating unique designs using pure georgette fabric as the base of saree. The stitches in these sarees and their intricacies used deserve appreciation. The pure georgette sarees are at times decorated with conventional motifs to make a fusion design and are worn as wedding sarees and bridal wears.

Nowadays, the trend of draping sarees engages traditional approach which adorns the female with stylishness. These saris satisfy this demand of recent trend. The saree designers and artisans of India, who are mixed up in innovating various stylish and striking motifs and designs, are inclined to boost the fashion value of these traditional Indian wear by including designs such as sequins work, patch work, embroidery work, bead work, mirror work, printed designs etc.