Looking For A Sari? Here Are 13 Homegrown Sari Labels Ranging From ₹1,500-25,000 Advertisement
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Looking For A Sari? Here Are 13 Homegrown Sari Labels Ranging From ₹1,500-25,000

Chic, contemporary sarees that fit your budget

By Isha Mayer  March 13th, 2021

A sari is every woman’s quintessential wardrobe element. Whether you want to wear it for an intimate wedding, to work, or just because you like to, the versatile piece of fabric can be styled and draped for so many occasions. Today, there are several homegrown labels that are giving a modern touch to the traditional piece. And what’s even better is that the price range of most isn’t too heavy on the pockets. So if you’re looking for chic, contemporary, handcrafted sarees, which fall under the price range of INR 1500 to 25,000, these labels should be on your radar this summer. 

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The Loom
Woven, hand painted, hand block printed and embroidered—The Loom is your one-stop-shop for all kinds of saris available in a variety of colours and styles, fit for every occasion.
Price: Starting from INR 1,575
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Suta
Started by Sujata and Taniya, the sisters have no formal background in fashion but it is their love and passion for textiles and weavers that grew their business. And you can spot that raw, uniqueness in their pieces.
Price: Starting from INR 1,620

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Hathkarga
Meaning Handloom in Hindi, Hathkargha bringz you the creativity and craftsmanship of Indian artisans. From Bengal’s Tussar silk to Rajasthan’s block prints, you’ll love the traditional, yet fresh and stylish designs.
Price: Starting from INR 2,200
Chidiyaa
From bright solid coloured sarees to neutral block printed tones, Chidiya’s cotton, silk and linen saris are perfect for a festive occasion. Its designs bring a wide array of Indian crafts to the forefront.
Price: Starting from INR 3,200
Chhapa
Mix quirky with hand-block printed saris and you have yourself Chhapa’s signature aesthetic. The eco-friendly label’s products are made in cotton and Khadi, and are dyed with natural colours.
Price: Starting from INR 3,300
Mati
The limited range of striped saris from Mati is the ideal choice for your intimate summer function.
Price: INR 6,500
Khara Kapas
Meaning 'Pure Cotton' in Hindi, Khara Kapas started with the belief that well-designed clothes made from pure fabrics can bring happiness into people's everyday life. And the same can be said about their easy-breezy saris, which is a perfect addition to your summer wardrobe.
Price: INR 6,600
DOT
If you lean more towards clean, minimal designs with a vintage aesthetic, DOT’s hand-woven saris should be on your list. 
Price: Starting from INR 7,800
Buna Studio
Who said you can’t make an impact with subtlety? That’s exactly what Buna Studios’ saris do. Take your pick from rich Jamdanis with minimal motifs and handwoven Chanderis with hand block prints.
Price: Starting from INR 10,000
Vedika M
Here’s one more label for hand-painted and block-printed saris. The innovative, quirky designs in vibrant hues are a sure-shot way of making a statement. What we like is that some of her printed saree sets come with a coordinating cross-body potli bag, so you don’t need to worry about your accessories.
Price: Starting from INR 11,500

Anavila
If you’re looking for comfort, luxury and elegance in one sari, check out Anavila. The designer is known for her pastel and floral printed linen saris.
Price: Starting from INR 12,500 

Little Things Studio
Founded by Ankita Srivastava, Little Things Studio celebrates the amalgamation of classic and vintage shapes with fresh and contemporary aesthetics. If you like picking something off-beat or unique, opt for the label’s playful saris.
Price: Starting from INR 13,500
Picchika
Founded by Urvashi Sethi, hand-painted botanicals define Picchika’s saris. Celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and more have donned sarees from the label. What’s really cool about Picchika is that you can get customised prices with your name embroidered on it.
Price: Starting from INR 15,500

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