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Silken splendour

THE UBIQUITOUS Kancheevaram silk sari comes in many avatars but for the uninitiated trying to get their hands on a genuine piece may be difficult. Today it is more of silver zari that is used although the difference between gold and the silver work is difficult to spot. Also contrast borders have been phased out to make way for self-borders.

For the first time in Hyderabad, J Silk Saris presents an exquisite collection of Kancheevarams with an impressive range of textures and colours. Priced between Rs. 3000 and Rs. 10,000 these saris can dress up or dress down the wearer. J Silk Saris also create custom made saris.

Jayanti Sadasivan who established J Silk Saris is holding an exclusive sale of wedding and festival collection at the 95 Parklane boutique. The saris are in an enviable range known for design and quality. The sale is between 10.30 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. on Feb. 20, 21 and 23.

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