Sarees

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Saree is a traditional female attire which has been admired since ancient era. Though there are several Indian ethnic wears, saree has got its own significance due to its splendor and grace. Saree is regarded as compulsory bridal costume in certain states of India and mainly in the south. These Indian sarees are not only popular in India but they have spread their significance to abroad. Picking a right saree doesn't make your wish to look beautiful, one must also learn to drape it properly to make themselves flawless. Saree draping process involves folding, tying, putting pleats and poising the style.

Sarees For Bridal, Wedding & Special Occasion

Saree is an all-in-one attire for all kinds of occasions and if you have to look graceful, then you must definitely go with special occassion Luxury & Grand Sarees. The style of sarees varies according to the occassion like silks sarees are best suitable for weddings, lehenga sarees and bollywood style sarees are apt for receptions, netted and glitter fabric sarees are preferred for night parties and georgette or plain sarees are preferred for casual parties. Based on people's interest, weavers & top designers have introduced different types of designer sarees in to the market such as Banaras silk, uppada silk/cotton, Kanjivaram silk, kollam silk, Tepata silk, sailam silk, khadi silk, Lucknavi chikan work sari, sequence work, Karai sarees, Chanderi sari, bhandhini, Kota Sarees, Venkatagiri, Maheshwari Sarees, lazer poonam sarees, Poona sari, netted sarees and Pochampally Saree etc.

Casual Wear Sarees

As the name indicates, these sarees are worn casually and during casual occasions. These sarees must be soft, smooth and light in weight. One must feel comfortable after wearing and should be able to carry it easily. At the same time, it mustn't be too soft or transparent as it causes discomfort to the person wearing it. Printed Sarees, crape, chiffon, georgette, cotton, jute etc would be the perfect choice of casual wear sarees.

Different Styles Of Draping Sarees

As you know that women of different regions wear sarees in different styles, here we present you different styles of draping sarees.

  • Front Pallu
  • Half saree style
  • Bengali saree with twist
  • Double drape
  • Oriya touch
  • Tie on wrist
  • Coorgy twist
  • Lehanga saree
  • Bengali style
  • Gujarathi style
  • Marwadi style

Adorn yourselves in any of these styles of saree draping and look gorgeous.

Choosing A Saree & Draping Style According To Your Body Shape

Ladies with pear-shaped body will definitely suit best in falling sarees like georgette and chiffon. Make sure that you wear them in seedha pallu style to look fabulous.

Women with apple-shaped body can opt for embroidery work that covers most of your body parts.

Overweight women must avoid stiff fabrics and opt for silk and chiffon sarees which are dark in color.

Voluptuous figure can choose net, georgette or chiffon fabrics that contain bead works and blouse with crossed strings.

Stiff sarees such as organza, silk and cotton must be preferred by slim ladies. Light colors, backless blouses, heavy embroidery sarees, brocade sarees suits these women a lot.

Taller women must prefer heavy borders, bold prints which diverts their height

Women who look short and slim must avoid sarees with heavy borders and prints. These women must choose sarees with thin border that makes you look taller.

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