Need A Sari For A Wedding? These 10 Brands Will Stun With Their Collections

Ipsita posted on 10 October

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One day anarkalis are making the rounds, another season, the sharara makes a comeback; the fashion world sure likes playing its own games. But no matter what silhouette is making waves right now {is it the jacket lehenga? Or kurta-palazzo?}, the one item of clothing that has been proven to be timeless is the sari.

If you aren’t planning on wearing a sari for an upcoming wedding, allow us to change your mind, for these 10 brands do saris so stunning, you’ll be wishing you had more weddings to attend. We’re not even kidding.

Raw Mango

For a fresher, ever so slightly more contemporary take on handloom sarees, check out Raw Mango. We haven’t come across even a single piece in their collection that we didn’t love and that’s saying a lot! If Raw Mango has forever been on your wish list {just like ours}, this shaadi season would be the ideal time to get one for your wardrobe.

Check out their Southern Summer Collection, Shaher and Festive collection for stunning sarees.

Where: Angoori Badi, Farm 2, Road AA, Ansal Villas, Satbadi, Chhatarpur. You can shop online on Ogaan here and on Pernia’s Pop Up Shop here.

Price: Starting at INR 5,500

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Angoori Badi, Farm 2, Ansal Villa, Satbari, Chhatarpur, New Delhi

Katan Weaves By Ruchika Modi

Want a Banarasi saree for yourself? This store in Meherchand Market has a gorgeous collection of these traditional saris, which feature designs that appeal to a younger crowd.

You’re likely to find traditional Banarasi weaves on silks and georgettes with an interesting addition of badla work here, gota work there, to make them slightly more new-age.

Where: Shop No. 49, Meherchand Market, Lodhi Road. You can shop online here.

Price: Starting at INR 7,000 {approx.}


If you’re looking to wear a silk sari for a winter wedding, look no further. Kalpana always has an exquisite collection. They handpick each piece from weavers and artisans based from all over India. From Banarasi to Kanjeevaram, they have a collection that’s not too elaborate, but is brilliant for sure.

Where: F-5, Inner Circle, Connaught Place

Price: Starting at INR 5,000 {approx.}

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F-5, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

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Popular among Bollywood actresses like Madhuri Dixit and Sonam Kapoor, Ekaya is known for its stunning take on Banarasi saris. We love them for their jewel-toned saris, which can put peacocks to shame.

Aside from their own collection {which includes tanchoi, Upada, Jamdani, and khadi saris} they have saris in collaboration with brands such as Play Clan and Anupamaa Dayal too.

Where: D-7, Defence Colony

Price: Starting at INR 10,000

Follow them on Facebook here and find out more here.

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D-7, Defence Colony, New Delhi

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Queen Of Hearts

We can’t tell you how many times we’ve seen this particular sari on Pinterest and come back disappointed at not knowing its source. Well, one fine day while on an online brand discovery spree, we finally did!

Their Kanjivaram sarees, with bull medallion, kala ghoda motifs, and patchwork are our favourites.

Where: Shop online here.

Price: Starting at INR 6,000

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here

House Of Masaba

If going full-fledged traditional with handloom saris isn’t your thing, check out Masaba Gupta’s collection. You’ll find the typical Masaba elements—quirky prints and fun colour combinations. Pretty cool for a sangeet or cocktail.

Where: 103, Meherchand Market, Lodhi Road. You can shop online here.

Price: Starting at INR 12,000

Follow them on Instagram here

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103, Mehar Chand Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi

Vidhi Singhania

Vidhi Singhania’s eponymous label is a blend of traditional and contemporary wear in handwoven and embroidered Benarasi silks, Kotas, and georgettes. She nurses a special spot in her heart for Indian handloom, the ancient fabric of Kota in particular.

Check out her store for a whole range of embroidered and handwoven saris, as well as leheriya, hand painted, and batik print saris.

Where: J.K. Building, A-2, Local Shopping Centre, Masjid Moth, GK II

Follow Vidhi on Facebook here.

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J.K. Building, A-2, Local Shopping Centre, Masjid Moth, Greater Kailash 2, New Delhi


Your one-stop-shop for all things handloom, Nalli is the place to go if you need to buy a sari and have no time. Banarasi, Bandhani, Pochampally, Upada, Sambalpuri, Patola, or Kerala Kasava, no matter which handloom you desire, you’ll find it here, and that too in whatever budget you may have.

Where: F Block, No. 44, South Ex I; P 7/90 Connaught Place; M-12, GK II

Price: Starting at INR 1,500 {approx.}

Find out more here.

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F-44, Near Hsbc Bank, South Extension 1, New Delhi

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Ayush Kejriwal

TAJ ❤️ I have never been to Agra to see the Taj, but it has still aways fascinated me! When the weaver I work with in Banaras showed me a rough sketch of the gorgeous monmument I knew I had to have it. It took 5 months for me to get this gorgeous fabric. I decided to make a very simple blouse and teamed it with a block colour saree in sky blue and red made in silk and modal. It was important that the focus was always this gorgeous monument epitomosing love. Some of you may think that just the plain blue saree would look nicer, but I disagree. The red comppliments the blue beautifully and I love every bit of it. I had to get my sister to model for this look, and once again I have kept it really simple – a goregous over sized earring, small bindi, vinatge hair and minimal makeup. Also, I know there are some very big names in the industry who have used the Taj motif in their works but that does not mean that since its been used by someone I can’t use it. Taj epitomises love and is a national treasure – everyone has the right to enjoy and appreciate its beauty – a big shot designer , me or you! For purchases email me at or what's app me on 00447840384707 🙏😊 We ship WORLDWIDE. #sarees,#saris,#indianclothes,#womenwear, #anarkalis, #lengha, #ethnicwear, #fashion, #ayushkejriwal,#Bollywood, #vogue, #indiandesigners ,#handmade, #britishasianfashion, #instalove, #desibride, #bollywoodfashion, #aashniandco, #perniaspopupshop, #style ,#indianbeauty, #classy, #instafashion, #lakmefashionweek, #indiancouture, #londonshopping, #bridal, #allthingsbridal, #statementpieces, #weddingideas

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Have you heard of statement saris? Neither have we, but we now feel like they can be a thing. Get one of these saris if you’re okay with a lot of attention coming your way, because they are absolutely STUNNING! His design aesthetics are timeless yet very unique at the same time.

We absolutely love his colour block saree with a Taj Mahal Banarasi blouse, Kalamkari sarees, and Patan Patola sarees. Although a tad expensive, his design sensibility makes it totally worth it.

Contact: +44 7840384707 or write to him at

Price: Starting at INR 17,000 {approx.}

Follow him on Instagram here and Facebook here.

Summer By Priyanka Gupta

Blossom Sparrows

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Did someone say you can’t wear pastel shades in winters? You’ll scoff at this suggestion when you lay your eyes on these saris by Priyanka Gupta. Pastel and summery, these belong to an Indian fairy-tale.

The colour palette they use is seriously yummy and the details whimsical. Plus, each sari comes with its own blouse, which ties it all wonderfully together.

Where: Available at OGAAN and Anantam

Price: Starting at INR 25,000

Contact: +91 9899070899

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here.