Triveni Ethnics: A Website Review

As many of you already know, I am taking up the #100SareePact this year. It’s a fabulous challenge. The one that is encouraging me to go traditional, explore various weaves and learn a lot about handlooms of India. It feels great when you are being looked up to for something however little that may be.

On the same lines, Bienu who blogs at Travel Knots introduced me to Triveni Ethnics. She had a fabulous saree draping session in Mumbai and I was hoping I will also get to attend a similar one in Bangalore. Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible. So, I was given the opportunity to select a saree of my choice from the website and Triveni team would send it over along with a blouse stitched exclusively for me. Sounds fancy? It’s true and I was lucky!

About Triveni Ethnics: With over 30 years of Saree manufacturing business, Triveni Ethnics is an e-retail set up that has a wide array of ethnic apparel for women. They cater to men and children’s wear as well but women steal the show. They deliver world-wide and take e-retailing seriously by building their brand presence on all major social media networks.

Experience on the website: With internet at homes, more women are moving towards buying Sarees online and the collection on this website is sorted well. The colors and organization is neat and easy on the eyes.

  • You can choose Sarees based on work, material or where do you want to wear. The categories are called out on the top bar and then as you progress, you can filter the material and make a selection.
  • When viewing the collection, for value conscious customers like me, the choice to filter by price or even defining a particular price range is possible.
  • Filtering by color is also a good way to shop for those who would like that.
  • When you are viewing sarees, you could shortlist what you like and then view the shortlisted selection later. This makes it easier to make a decision.
  • When you are ready to buy, the fall and edging is complementary. You can buy a cotton in-skirt and you can also get a blouse stitched. Not just that, the blouse request form has got many styles and you can virtually design the way you want the blouse to be done. All that you need to provide is the right measurements and you are all set. The guide to measurements is also user-friendly. In fact, Triveni Ethnics allowed me to design my blouse and it turned out to be good and a smart fit.
  • The team refreshes the collection and it’s good to see new stuff being added. Returning customers always have new things to try out that way.
  • Pricing, big thumbs up. Reasonable and good value for money.

What could have been better: I have bought from other online stores and I can confidently say that the website fares well as compared to others.

  • More views of the saree would be helpful – like how the aanchal looks or the pattern on the blouse. Yes, the zoom feature is great and helps a little more would add to overall experience.
  • The collection gets overwhelming at times and the many filters could be clubbed in some manner so that it gets easy to browse.
  • More emphasis on handlooms would be great and there could be a state wise collection like Kanchi cottons, Chanderi, Kota, Mangalgiri, Ikkat, Bomkai etc.

If you are someone who likes wearing sarees or you would like gift sarees, you should check out Triveni Ethnics. Where else would you get a good collection that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket? 🙂

A Triveni Ethnic Saree and the sticthed blouse

Day 58 of #100SareePact : A Triveni Ethnic Saree and the stitched blouse

This is a sponsored review. Thank you team Triveni for the Saree and the smartly stitched blouse. 

39 Responses

  1. Ash says:

    Thanks For Sharing!

  2. Manogna says:

    I love the saree. I end up buying floral prints more than anything else.

  3. bienumv says:

    Must say very good review of their website, hope you have mailed them the link for such vital inputs.

  4. Sreesha Diva says:

    Looking good. Hot blouse 😉
    Hey, they did have a session in Bangalore about a month or so back. In fact, multiple sessions spread over a weekend. Sadly, I couldn’t attend.

  5. Some posts are just well timed. It’s been almost 10 years since I wore a sari (since the kids came along). The other day someone said ‘Now you never will wear one’ and because that sounded like a challenge I plan to wear one ASAP. So this I certainly will check out.

  6. your saree collection is so beautiful and classy. And you carry it with such grace 😀 I love your pictures.

  7. indrani says:

    Nice print on the saree. You look good. 🙂

  8. Floral prints are my absolute favourite, Parul! You wear carry off a sari with such aplomb! I might be tempted into getting back into saris again. The last time I wore one was for my wedding in 2007 and Vidya helped me wear it! 🙂

    • Thank you Corinne. I have always loved wearing sarees but with the 100 Saree Pact, I have got more regular and I have added a couple to my wardrobe. Floral prints are such summer prints and they never go out of style 🙂 The other day Vidya’s picture on FB was just fabulous. You should wear Saree. 8 years is a long time!

  9. shanayatales says:

    The saree looks great on you, Parul. 🙂

  10. The floral print is just beautiful. You look great in it.

  11. ajaybpai says:

    hehehe! No comments 😛

  12. Vineeta Srivastava says:

    looking pretty . i will also go for Triveni Ethenic Saari Collections

  13. Lovely Saree Parul. Like this floral print. 🙂

  14. Vinitha says:

    Nice sari, Parul 🙂

  15. Hiya! Loved the idea of the custom made blouse. And you look so GROWN UP in a saree Parul! 😉

  16. Looking good Parul. Nice floral prints. 🙂

  17. I love the flowers! That is exquisite! ♥

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