Like most ideas, Mann Sey was born out of necessity. Our mother, Manju Reddy is a fashion designer by profession but pursued various other career paths before realizing that fashion had her heart. Since our childhood, we admired our stylish mother, especially for the way she draped herself in six yards of elegance. Luckily for her, she was able to wear a saree as a uniform for the longest time, the first few years as a gorgeous air hostess, a few years later as a successful banquet manager at a five star resort, and a few years after that as...
A Step by Step Guide:
Step 1 : Find the drawstrings on one end of the saree and tie a knot around your waist like a wraparound skirt
Step 2: Drape the saree from behind, find the hook on the pre-stitched pleats, and clip it into the desired waist band loop
Step 3: Take the rest of the fabric from behind your waist and drape it over your shoulder and voila!
PS: No underskirt or fall required since our sarees come with attached underskirt
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Shop Banarasi Ready to Wear Sarees at Mann Sey. What’s a Banarasi Saree you ask? A Banarasi saree is a type saree made in Varanasi, an ancient city which is also called Benares. These sarees are among the finest sarees in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery.
Sarees are an essential south asian attire for any and all occasions, but the look cannot be completed without the perfect, matching blouse. A blouse is generally cropped and fitted at the waist top, that covers the upper body and is worn to complement the beauty and grace of a saree. At Mann Sey, we have a wide collection of blouses that will each be the perfect partner for your saree.