Tag Archives: www.triveniethnics.com

Dis Diwali Drape Kashida (قشدة) for Laxmi Pujan from Triveni Sarees!

Diwali is just round the corner and shopping fervor has begun in many households. We want to gift our loved ones choicest of things which is a stupendous task in itself. But if we have to gift a woman, Saree is the best bet as all women love Sarees. What to say if the occasion is Diwali. If you want to have choicest Sarees for yourself and for your sisters, bhabhis, maasis, maamis, chachis, tais and Mom & Grand Mom, visit  www.triveniethnics.com and order as many you want. Not only this, they will also customize (read: Stitched) blouses for you in the shortest possible time. Their blouses are truly the highpoint of the Sarees which enhance the beauty and grandeur of any Saree manifold. Every Saree is a masterpiece with an affordable price tag. I am getting myself one for Laxmi Pujan, you too get yours for making your Diwali truly special.

02-copy 03-copy 04-copy 06

This season Triveni Sarees has come up with their festive collection especially for Diwali – Kashida – which is breathtakingly beautiful & breezy and of course festive.

09 11-copy 13 1017

These Sarees with beautifully embroidered borders and gorgeous self plated designs with double shaded hues are ideal for festive occasions. The matching brocade blouses with cut work embroidery are a stunner all the way! The drapes are perfect amalgamation of ethnic styles and modern designs.

1019 1020 1021 1022

The swirls of Chiffon, Georgette, Lycra and Ruselle Net set an ethereal surface to drape around. Sarees are characterized for its crisp, intricate embroidery and unmatched fluidity. Sequins & Patchwork over net fabrics and embroideries at borders impart a rich textured look to add vibrancy to your ethnic wardrobe this season.

1023 1024 front-copy inner-copy

The thin yarns are finely embellished with sequin and stone work, creating a rich surface apt for festivals and celebrations. Fibers are twisted along the vibrant palette of colors. Sarees are dipped into the barrage of dual shaded colors. Blouses are Exceptional creation of flattering brocade net satin and Bhagalpuri silk. These drapes give a stunningly elegant fall, along with a feminine grace and girl charm –blend of which is impossible to achieve.

You can accessorize with trendy Jhumkas from your collection.


Reinvent the beautiful days this Diwali with family.

Don’t forget to put that beautiful smile with your favourite Triveni to glitter up the beautiful get together parties!

Don’t miss visiting: www.triveniethinics.com

SKD: Tough competition for Sarees, Lehengas, Lachas, even Coporate wear!

For the uninitiated: SKD stands for our humble Salwar Kameez Dupatta

Can SKD be preferred choice of brides?

All of you would say, of course! Sikh brides wear for their Anand Karaj (Gurudwara) wedding all the time. And suddenly picture of pretty brides in red & gold embroidered Salwar Kameez Dupattas is alive before our eyes. But times have moved, so has our humble Salwar Kameez which was till few years ago was witnessed as comfortable alternative to saree. Coming back to SKD’s, yesterday I watched Band Bajaa Bride on NDTV Good Times which showed make-over of a Sikh bride and her preparations for Gurudwara wedding. I was amazed to see the bridal outfit done by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee which was an Anarkali in pale pink with very heavy gold embroidery though very tastefully done for the bride’s wedding. It was such a pleasant break from the regular wedding outfits in red & gold. The outfit was so splendid that a bride from any state would love to have her wedding in that.

Bridal Anarkali by Sabyasachi Mukherji

Indeed Salwar Kameez has undergone a complete transformation in last few years, and I must say Anarkali Suits are the longest running fashion statement. The craze for Anarkalis is just not fading; they are everywhere – Sangeets, Mehendis, Ceremonies, Festivals, Parties, kitty parties, themes parties, social get-togethers and even offices. Once considered as pehnava of North (Read: Delhi / Punjab/ Haryana) it is ruling the roost. No wonder in other parts of the country these are being addressed as: Punjabis. Today the humble SKDs are adorned by the fashionistas across the world for their special occasions. Owning to some remarkable work done by designers like Sabyasachi, Abu Jaani & Sandeep Khosla, Ritu Kumar, Shaina N.C. SKDs are making fashion statements globally.

Uma Thurman in Pink Designer SKD
Uma Thurman in Pink Designer SKD

Me, my mother & my daughter, all are equally fond of SKDs. I wear it regularly for my office and not just for special occasions and I must admit I am most comfortable in them, and look stylishly dressed too. Though availability of readymade SKDs in malls, high-streets and regular markets have made it very easy to access them which fit also quite well as they come in all shapes and sizes. Semi-stitched versions which are available on line or offline are most preferred ones. There are host of choices available in SKDs which can give tough competition to not only sarees, lehengas, lachas, shararas or even corporate wear!

While browsing online for some exquisite collection of Salwar Kameezes for upcoming marriages in the family and some other occasions, fast approaching New Year, I checked the site of http://www.triveniethnics.com that are well-known name in sarees for last 30 years. Like their designer collection of sarees for mass market, their SKDs collection is no less. It is a heady concoction of SKDs which one can pick up for special occasions like Mehendi, Sangeet, marriages, parties or even regular office wear. Some are so ethereal that you would just love to possess them. Free flowing fabrics, pleasing to the eyes colour combinations, nice embellishments, fine silhouettes are some of the high points of the collection. I would like to talk about one particular SKD – A white SKD in a brasso fabric with white lace in the neck line and at the bottom with Gota embellished Dupatta. The silhouette is a cross between A-line and Anarkali. It is ideal for all body shapes and particularly if you want to flaunt Simi Garewal like looks for your kitty party. All kittens in the party would turn green!

So for all your “Green” friends, Triveniethnics has a beautiful straight cut mehendi green kutra with very tasteful embroidery and teamed with electric blue lacha and dupatta. This will certainly send some blue shock waves in the party.


My choice was the black one with majenta and beaten gold embroidery starting from the neck-line and running below the waist with heavy border at the bottom. It is presenting a very wonderful contrast of colours and would be ideal for a night party where you want to look stylish as well as feel like a princess too!


Yea, one important element, Triveni’s bottom combinations of salwaars, churidars, leggings, lachas, pajamas, patialas give them an interesting twist.

Speaking on the collection, Mr Arvind Saraf, Director, Triveni Ethnics shared, “ Our SKD range is mostly available in Online space but many designer boutiques also stock them. We pick up choicest of the fabrics going by our experience with Sarees and with Triveni SKDs we want to provide whole bouquet of traditional wear to our customers worldwide. We have extensive range of SKDs right from printed ones to heavily embroidered ones which are having pocket –friendly price points. ” Saraf Adds, “ Our SKDs have lot of blended fabrics in georgettes, chiffons, poly-cottons, cottons, though it is a traditional wear but it is not bereft of western influences with long falls, short corsets and palazzo pants, besides Karachi Kurtas which are much in vogue now a days.”

There is a huge collection of SKDs which you can pick and choose just by visiting http://www.triveniethnics.com and buying online on the site is also quite easy. So need to run helter skelter for your SKD shopping. Just log on here!