Designers too design the saris according to the customer satisfaction. They use different materials and different patterns of colors to design a sari. The latest designs in sarees will make you look so elegant and graceful. The sarees can fit any size and if worn properly can accentuate the women’s curves. The sari can be worn in many styles they reveal a unique blending of religious and cultural influences of India. Besides the various western wear and other dresses, saree still remains the hot favourite fashion wear of Indian women. No other dress can give that much grace, elegance and dignity look as sari gives. They are so many pre-stitched saris too we can wear them so easily.women look graceful in sari’s. sari represents our Indian tradition. women will be more beautiful in sari’s than in any other dresses.
Sari is a south Asian women garment which is a six yard long continuous fabric and is wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder. Sari adds the charm to the women’s beauty. It is considered as the most beautiful way to dress for a women, as it is the old traditional Indian style of women dressing.
The word sari is derived from Sanskrit which means ‘a strip of cloth’ and sadi in prakrit. Now-a-days we have an exclusive collection in sarees which is categorized as designer sarees, ethnic sarees, embroidered sarees, printed sarees, silk sarees, handloom sarees. Generally people may shop in preference to the occasion they desire to wear like wedding sarees, bridal sarees, party wear sarees, casual sarees. They are available in variety of fabrics like georgette, crepe silk, banaras, satin, faux, chiffon, lazer, soft crush, cotton silk, jacquard, viscose, brasso and cotton. People will shop at stores in preference to their choice of colors and they shop according to the seasons too.
This is passion black & cream faux georgette art silk saree with embroidered work, printed work & patch border work. It is very pretty to wear these type of outfit for any occasions.
There are no fixed rule that govern the purchase of a wedding sarees, save that it should never be in black, mainly because black is considered inauspicious. The wedding sarees ideally needs to be bright with some fine detailing or embroidery that can make the bride stand out amid the bright lights and brighter colours all around. The only thumb rule is to option for one that compliments your complexion and makes you look gorgeous on your “D” day
Only a discerning eye may be able to tell the difference between the three fabrics. This kind of saree is usually heavily embellished . The embellishments may be in pure gold and silver, as also Swarovski crystals. These are commonly referred to as designer sarees
The Lehenga Saree is modeled on the half saree worn in many parts of north and south India. The Lehenga saree is a recent innovation which has been whole-heartedly welcomed by fashionistas who prefer to keep it fashionable yet traditional on their wedding day.
In eastern and western India, a silk saree is traditionally worn by the bride since silk is considered the “ purest” vastra. The Banarasi Sarees orKanjeevaram Sarees were once hot favourites, but a range of zari-bordered silks are now in vogue for bridal wear.