By shopping for exquisite & eco-friendly pieces presented by EcoSareeClub, saree connoisseurs will be supporting the rural women yarn makers and handloom weavers—a fine example of ‘empowered women, empower women.’
Saree is not just another piece of garment for the Indian women, it’s a symbol. It signifies being rooted to culture even while shooting for the stars. It represents the pride of being Indian, even when you are a global citizen. Worn across the country in different styles, nothing unites Indian women like a saree. Wearing a saree is a sign of celebration and what could be a better occasion than Women’s Day to celebrate womanhood. If you are looking to give a stunning six-yard to your sister, mother, daughter, partner, no need to look beyond the sustainable collection presented by EcoSareeClub – an initiative by Eco Tasar. The saree store has not just an exclusive, but an enviable range of Indian weaves that will remind the wearer of your sweet gesture for many years. Also, by shopping for exquisite pieces in natural silk, linen and cotton, saree connoisseurs will be supporting the tribal silkworm rearing, rural women yarn makers and handloom weavers in the hinterlands of India —a fine example of ‘empowered women, empower women.’ Meant to be worn on different occasions and suited for boardroom meetings to house parties, the EcoSareeClub products will help you exude confidence and grace. They are available in a variety of fabrics that you may like and there is no dearth of hues and designs.
Do your bit by going vocal for local and supporting a home-grown brand known for its social accountability and sustainability. Over the last two decades, Eco Tasar has built itself as an eco-friendly enterprise with zero carbon footprints. It played a crucial role in keeping the handloom industry thriving and providing sustainable wage opportunities to hundreds of artisans and small producers involved in textiles production. Its new initiative, EcoSareeClub is now making hand-woven products accessible to customers and patrons in different parts of the country. It’s not just the beauty of the fabric and the design that make their sarees, a must-have, but also the mission they are working towards. Khitish Pandya, Founder of Eco Tasar & EcoSareeClub, says, “Most of our customers are working women and many of them like the muted elegance that our products have. Whether bought for oneself or with the purpose of gifting, the wearer is bound to feel good donning a saree woven with utmost care and love.”
So, make a lasting impression with a saree that reflects your personality this Women’s Day. And if someone asks where the saree is from, feel a sense of pride in saying that it’s woven and crafted by skilled female weavers and master craftsmen based in the interiors of the country!
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