Introduction to organza
You might have many reasons to love Organza. One of the best reasons is that it is lightweight, holds an ethereal charm, and has a vintage aura to it. You can style it however you want and you will be the centre of the occasion.
We invite you to choose from our Iconic Organza Sarees that will be your best ally!
1. Bandhani Organza Saree
Bandhani is the craft of tie-dye that is older than the land itself. Our collection consists of bright colours with eventful dots across the pleats. The sheer take on Bandhani is unlike what you’d usually find at any other space. This is a great day-to-night choice. Wear it with shimmering blouses, pearls, and don’t forget to accessorise with hoops.
2. Kalamkari Organza Saree
The art of storytelling is the most ancient form of craft. The performers drew the stories from old scriptures and used them as a giant canvas. Hand Drawn images of gods and goddesses over the luscious pleats of Organza saree can light up any event. It is a very subtle yet strong statement-making saree. Pair it with antique silver jewellery and a plain blouse. Let the saree do the talking.
3. Embroidery Organza Sarees
In this collection of embroidery organza sarees, we have beautiful floral patterns embroidered with thread across the borders and pallu. This sheer saree can be paired with a white coloured blouse or solid coloured blouse. Keep the jewellery simple and let the florals be your ally. We also love the delicate patterns that float on the surface.
4. Gotta Patti Embroidery Organza Sarees
This unique style is home to Gujarat. Here, this style is known for its traditional choice. You will find that the Gota Patti is exhibiting minimalist vibes. You can add a statement-making jewellery piece to the saree and make it an outstanding one. You can go awesome by adding just a string of pearls.
5. Hand Painted Organza Sarees
Have you noticed how the handmade craft always always stands out? The good news is that the lightweight Organza with hand painted patterns can serve as the ideal solution while being just as scene-stealing as its heavier counterparts. This is the most elegant style of making beautiful patterns across the Sheer Organza. You can style it with simple gold jewellery, preferably contemporary pieces with this saree.
6. Organza Banarasi Sarees
If you want to add a statement piece to your re-emergence wardrobe, this power-packed Organza saree is perfect. Crafted with Banarasi Inspired patterns, the sarees are a piece of beauty. Keep the jewellery traditional or add multiple strings of pearls. You are the queen we want you to be.
7. Zardosi Embroidery Organza Saree
Grand embellishment stands out for its intricate artistry and year-round versatility. To complete the look, you can perfectly match a full-length blouse that features a high collar and sheer puffy sleeves, making the ensemble look even more contemporary. Diamond and stone earrings, dewy skin and glossy pink lips round off the look.
8. Printed Organza Silk Sarees
The saree is six yards of romance and sensuality of drape, of fluidity and provenance of age-old technique and modernity. The Indian woman of today has evolved and so has the saree. We think printed Organza are in response to the needs of women of today, who have much less time to dress, but yet maintain comfort and style. The Printed organza saree is for the modern Indian woman who is aware of traditions, yet strong in her style statement. This Organza with inspired prints will make her the centre of attention.
9. Fancy Border Organza Sarees
Lastly, we bring you our favourite type. Here we have reimagined multiple numbers of choices. You can choose from Lace borders, scallop borders, and more. The idea is to focus on the heavy borders and keep the body light. There are also pretty embroidered patterns. But we love the fabric's fall and the border that secures it. You can add light jewellery and make quirky blouse choices. You can be on a creative high!
“Organza is a sheer, moonlit fabric that has a very feminine, ethereal appeal,” explains Sailesh Singhania who has extensively worked with this fabric. A House favourite, he has spent years perfecting its texture and its strength.
We ask you to explore our collection of organza sarees with love.