Embroided Care Instruction:

Most of our products are hand embroided on various fabrics so we specifically recommend dry cleaning.

Cotton Care Instruction:

Any cotton items should be first washed in cold water.


A sari or saree is a female garment in the Indian Subcontinent. A sari is a strip of unstitched cloth, ranging from four to six meters in length in various fabrics (materials) that is draped over the body in various styles. The most common style is for the sari to be wrapped around the waist, with one end then draped over the shoulder baring the midriff. The sari is usually worn over a petticoat (under skirt) with a blouse known as a choli or ravika forming the upper garment. The choli has short sleeves and 15 to 16 inches in length. Cholis may be "backless" or of a halter neck style. These are usually more dressy with a lot of embellishments such as mirrors or embroidery and may be worn on special occasions. Saree is now a symbol of India. These designer sarees are also worn in Bollywood movies and people refer them as Indian Bollywood sarees. Desi sarees provide you the best quality of Indian bollywood sarees and wedding sarees in Southall, London, UK which fulfills all our customers requirements of Asian Indian sarees also known as Bollywood Indian Sarees. You can learn how to drape saree on youtube.


The petticoats (under skirts) are essential under garments over which a saree is draped. A petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. It is worn under a saree. Petticoats (underskirts) are often made of cotton or polyester cloth or satin. A petticoats are slightly stiff, so that it will inflate saree worn over it. Usually a petticoat is of the matching colour or nearest colour with sari. The saree is incomplete without a petticoat. They must have a firm waistband, usage of elastic for petticoats will not do. The Petticoat is a must when wearing a sari and is the key to the overall shape of the sari. Petticoats are available both with frills and without frills in all colors and sizes. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A - line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 2-3 inches wide waistband.


Blouses also known as cholis are available in various designes and styles. Saree are normally worn with a matching blouse but can also be worn with a contrast blouse. Blouse are designed in various cuts i.e Sleevless, deep neck, haulter neck, long sleeves and bell sleeves and many more styles according to your choice. Saree Blouses are often made of cotton or silk fabric now a days blouses are coming in the same fabric and colour as the saree and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are tailored made to measure and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations. Blouses can be tailored with front or back openings with hooks. Now days knot blouses are also very much in vogue, blouses are no longer treated as mere decorative garments. Designer blouses are in different cuts and styles and gives a best look to the saree outfit. Embroidered blouses are available in different embroideries like kundan, sequins, dabka, stones, beads, zari, zardozi and lots more giving a classy look to sarees. Desi sarees indian online shopping store in london uk provides our customers matching readymade blouses with indian saris. Desi sarees also sell matching petticoats separately.


Salwar kameez (also spelled shalwar kameez and also known as shalwar suit) is the national dress of India and Pakistan. It is also the traditional dress worn by both women and men in South and Central part of Asia. It is widely believe that Shalwar Kameez was originated from Afghanistan and was spread out in in neighboring countries especially in India and Pakistan. Salwar or shalwar are loose pajama -like trousers. The legs are wide at the top, and narrow at the ankle. The kameez is a long shirt or tunic. The side seams (known as the chaak), left open below the waist-line, give the wearer greater freedom of movement. When women wear the salwar kameez, they usually wear a long scarf or shawl called a dupatta around the head or neck. For Sikh ,hindus and muslims women (especially those from India and Pakistan, where the salwar kameez is most popular), the dupatta is useful when the head must be covered, as in a Gurdwaras, Temples and mosques. Dupatta can be used as fashion accessory.


A Lehenga is a dress worn with a choli or medium sized top in length upto the waist, also called a ghagra or lehnga. While women of the Gujarat and Rajasthan provinces of India usually represent the outfit for foreigners, the lehenga is native to various parts of India. Based on what part of India one is referring to, the lehenga is worn in different styles, made of different fabrics and includes unique patterns. The lehenga of Rajasthan and Gujarat is known for its bandhni work which is a technique in tie-dye mastered by Hindu women of the region. In the Southern states of India, the lehenga skirt is not as voluminous and is worn without a chunni/chunri (dupatta)but with a kurti that covers the midriff. The Lehenga worn in the Northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarkhand has a voluminous skirt and kurti/choli that covers midriff with a long chunni. The Lehenga Choli is the most popular choice in India for women's wedding apparel. The most traditional color for a wedding lehenga is red. Lehengas are widely used for special occasions like wedding,anniversaries,birthday parties etc etc. Sarees/saris, Shalwar Kameez, Lehengas, Churidaar, Sherwani, Suits available at shop: Southall | London | Netherland and many other places in UK