Chiro’s by Jigyasa offers ready-made cholis and sarees. Our embellished Indian blouses are great for normal wear or for a festive event! We ship anywhere in the US!
Are you going to an Indian event soon? Or do you simply want to wear conventional Indian clothing? Look no further! We got you covered – quite literally!
Despite the world practicing social distancing and more people staying at home, cultural fashion shops have observed a steady rise in demand for local RTW clothes. Our team at Chiro’s by Jigyasa meets this need with our latest collection of Indian beadwork blouses and ready-made sarees that come in an array of colors.
Check us out at https://chirosbyjigyasa.com/collections/readymade-saree-blouses
Our new collection features a variety of choices! Have your pick of the crop with heavily embellished, choker neck hand-embroidered, beadwork, brocade, pearl-studded sleeveless, mirrorwork contemporary, and net sleeves blouses.
Our range of ready-made blouses includes: satin round neck, Chinese collar readymade, V-neck netted, high-neck readymade, halter neck readymade, spaghetti strap embroidered, sheer sleeves readymade, backless, shirt-style readymade, brocade saree, block-printed sari, and sequin ready-made blouses.
Custom sarees are also available. Simply contact us and list down the specific pattern you have in mind, along with your preferred color. Custom sarees usually take around eight weeks to complete, including delivery time.
All sarees are made with attention to detail and a passion for cultural clothes. We are committed to making you feel like royalty whenever you wear our clothes – a devotion that stems from our love for the Indian culture and its clothing.
In India, clothes symbolize so much more than just covering the body. Rich in its diversity, each state has different meanings to its clothes. For example, white is considered auspicious in South India, whereas it is only worn in funerals in other parts of the country. This explains why weddings in South India use white sarees, while red clothing is used in North Indian ceremonies.
Sarees are usually worn over a petticoat along with a blouse called the choli, which is the upper garment. Cholis are usually made in a halter-neck style or backless, but can be adjusted to your fashion sense.
Wear your pride today with Indian clothing made with love. Go to https://chirosbyjigyasa.com/collections/readymade-saree-blouses so you can learn more.