Silk saris are the best. Many times I don't feel like showing off my mi drift to the entire population and silk saris hide that while still giving a sexy and elegant look. Of course Iman Ali can wear any sari without that worry but for those who are uncomfortable but still want to wear saris these types of saris work best.
This blue and purple Tye-n-dye sari is stunning. The blouse has detailed floral embroidery and is intricately cut. This sari is part of Durnave's Khayaal featured in Visage Magazine issue 51.
When I first bought outfits by Bareeze they were mainly cotton embroidered shalwar chemises. Now Bareeze has opened their market to saris and a variety of different fabrics.
Initially Bareeze market was mainly in Lahore but now it can be found all over Pakistan and even in Dubai and lahore and is doing extremely well. Combining simplicity and light fabrics and creating saris that embrace the feminine body.
This "pretty in pink" chiffon sari is perfect for a summer soiree. The work on the blouse are tiny tone on tone beads and ribbons. Very pretty.
This sari by Bareeze is hot and steamy with its embroidered blouse and crystal embellishments. I love a flashy colors in south Asian fashion.
Another classic sari design by Bareeze. Bareeze saris are so simple yet the fabric and cuts make them wearable at any formal occasion.