Grace and culture shook hands
The garment which defines the sensuality of a woman in the new yards of magnificence and perseverance of the weavers does not deserve a standing ovation. It is the grace of a saree that brings out the poise and allure of the wearer in a way that she is not only confident of herself but even sets an example to all others to emulate. The rich heritage of Indian culture has always had the refinement and style when it came to female wear. Saree it has been since time immemorial and saree it will stay forever. The woman of today in all her etiquette and finesse embraces her cultural roots because she knows it is in the magic of traditionalism that her beauty blooms.
This is why saree is such a popular and sought after garment to wear on all-important occasion ranging from facing interviews to making a wedding a memorable celebration. Saree defines pliancy and elegance in the way it is woven, in the way it draped in the way it is prejudiced to the wearer. That is why they say when grace and culture shook hands, the saree was born. Keeping in tune with the style and keeping in mind the interest of the weavers, Luxurion World endorses the garment to suit every woman. The perception of saree at this platform is that of art which takes a form and finishes only when treated by a maestro. The weavers at Luxurion World are an adroit lot, with their skill surpassing the standards they had set for themselves.
The energy and love that goes into creating such masterpieces are quite obvious when you browse through the collection and witness the exclusivity that is spelt in every piece. For every saree lover just like us, here’s a treat that you cannot resist. We all want to wear something that pronounces our affinity for the best and it is here that all your wishes are heard and taken care of. The art form and weaves, the fabric and material, the design and colour mechanism are all done to near perfection. All we want is a loud exclamation of unbelievable beauty that we seek from you and from the onlookers when you are draped in one of these. The grace of the saree goes back to the era when only nobility had the honour of wearing one. It was considered a garment of the elite and the higher the rank the better in quality it was. Gradually it spread to fulfil the like of all and sundry.
Now it has made a global step crossing the threshold of the boundaries to be acknowledged by all in unison. It has spread its wings far and wide but let us not forget that its’ roots are still here, embedded in our heart and in the trunks of our heart and in the trunks of our grandmothers to be cherished forever. Make the grace of a saree your inherent style and fly high just like the garment you love so much!