Divine Fashionistas

Women Fashion

Leading Saree/ Sari Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Divine Fashionistas, one of the most prominent saree suppliers in India, brings you with wide varieties of Sarees from Bengal, Odisha. Rajasthan, Gujarat and several other parts of India, Our collections are rich, unique, trendy and attractive. From handmade Kalamkari work to dyeing and weaving work, we entertain every mood and taste. Each collection is handpicked from leading saree manufacturers in India by our designers considering the latest fashion in mind.

Our exclusive list of Sarees can be browsed in categories like Ikat (resist dye technique), Batik (a traditional handcraft of dyeing fabric), Bengal Cotton (the pride of the women of Bengal), Dhakai Jamdani (woven fabric rich in motifs) and Kalamkari (a type of hand-painted cotton).

Every detail of the product is provided to meet your queries such as border length, colour, material and size. Each product has a unique product code.

We export our collection in the UK, Canada, USA & every SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, the Maldives & Sri Lanka).

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Ikat Silk

Ikat is a resist dye technique used to pattern textiles. The more common methods of resist dyeing involve covering parts of a fabric to shield the reserved areas from penetration of the dye, as in tie-dyeing, where threads are wound around the fabric, or in batik, where wax is applied to the surface of the cloth.

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Batik Kantha Saree

Batik is a traditional handicraft of dyeing fabrics using wax and vegetable dyes to create attractive patterns. We offer beautifully designed Batik Sarees in attractive color combinations in silk and cotton. These batik sarees made from the superior quality material are considered a classic must-have in all wardrobes.

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Bengal Cotton Handlooms

The women of Bengal take pride in the traditional sari. The world renowned Bengali saree has been so well received that it has earned the status of a cult fashion. A particular style of sari that is known as the shari is the trademark of the local attire for the women.

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Dhakai Jamdani

Dhakai Jamdani is a hand loom woven fabric made of cotton, fabulously rich in motifs.It is undoubtedly one of the varieties of the finest muslin on which decorative motifs are woven on the loom, typically in grey and white. Often a mixture of cotton and gold thread used.

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Sambhalpuri, Kotki

Handloom Silk saris of Odhisa. Perfect for wearing in every season for office wear and several function. To get the best look try with matching blouse. Perfect for office wear.

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Kalamkari

Kalamkari or qalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in parts of India and Iran.

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Banarasi saree

A Banarasi saree is a saree made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras.

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Paithani Saree

Paithani Sarees are considered to be the richest sarees ever made in Indian history, made in the small town Paithan in Maharashtra are the most exquisite and finest silk sarees in the country today.

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ADDRESS

35A, “KAILASH BHAVAN”,
Ground Floor, Jagat Roy Chawdhury Road,
Kolkata – 700 008, West Bengal, India

Exporting successfully in UK, Canada, USA & SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan,India, Nepal, the Maldives & Sri Lanka).

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