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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ethnic Weaves, the house of traditional ethnic wear in the capital city, is all set to celebrate its third anniversary in grand style, with great surprises.  Eth

Published: 13th March 2012 07:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:34 PM   |  A+A-

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ethnic Weaves, the house of traditional ethnic wear in the capital city, is all set to celebrate its third anniversary in grand style, with great surprises.

 Ethnic Weaves presents a special collection of hand-picked fabrics, designer sarees, salwars, kurthas, duppattas, stoles and more on their new premises. The unique array of anniversary collection also includes Maheswari silks from Madhya Pradesh, block-printed Tussar silks from Bihar, exclusive Kota sarees from Rajasthan and the exquisite Banarasi sarees.

 Maheswari sarees are sourced directly from master weavers. Banarasi sarees, considered to be among the finest sarees in India, and Kota sarees with inimitable traditional patterns are an amazing collection in the boutique.

 “Our collection features unlimited colours and embellishments that are not only rare, but also quality ones that sustain for years.” says Kunjumol Cyriac, proprietor of Ethnic Weaves.

 The showroom also offers latest and modern collection of Cotton Salwars, especially designed for the summer season.

 The customised fashion designing and  tailoring section is also a big attraction for fashion-conscious customers.

 The showroom showcases varieties  of  kurthas, crapes and leggings also, at reasonable prices. An added advantage is an ample parking facility. The boutique is open on all weekdays from 9.30 am to 8.30 pm and on Sundays during seasons.



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