10 Sarees that are perfect in your wedding trousseau

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Sarees have been synonymous with the Indian wedding trousseau for as long as we can remember. When we were young, we would always see our mothers drape colorful piece of clothing and look stunning and the child in us couldn't wait to drape ourselves in those 5 yards . As a bride-to-be, one makes a lot of preparations for their wedding choosing the right accessory,footwear,clothing etc. Since your wedding trousseau is your first step towards a new life, we at Peachmode want you include stunning pieces of sarees which stay with you for a lifetime.

One of the most sensual attires of all times, sarees can make you look dapper no matter how you drape them. But finding the right pattern and fabric that suits your body type, style and personality, could make or break your look.

We bring to you a complete mix batch of trendy and traditional sarees that are a definite must have for any and every modern bride’s trousseau trunk.

 

Half And Half Saree

A half saree is a traditional outfit that is extremely prominent in South India. Borders being used in different patterns and types are a great part of this sarees, and of course what’s better than the embroideries used in its versatility to bring more attraction. This is the most elegant and designer touch creation of half designer sarees, it will definitely win the hearts of the ethnic wear lovers.

Half And Half Saree

 

Paithani Saree

Among the most gorgeous of Indian saris is the Paithani, woven in the western state of Maharashtra. Exemplifying the merger of the aesthetic with the symbolic, the saris today are a prized possession. The traditional Paithani used to be a plain saree with a heavy zari border and ornamental pallav(pallu). However, today paithanis with motifs are in vogue with stars, circles, peacocks, flowers and paisleys. The paithani borders and pallu are heavily adorned with these motifs and the saree is given the name after the design on it.

Paithani Saree

 

Glittery Beige Saree

If you are going to move on to married life with a trunk and ten sarees, this has to be one of them. A chiffon or georgette saree with the, oh so elusive shimmer will surprise you with its versatility and usefulness. Cocktails, evening receptions of friends and friends of friends, even a stylish corporate do or a glamorous dinner party, you’ll be grabbing this one from your closet a few times and then some. Satya Paul, Manish Malhotra and several other designers have worked their magic on this one.

Glittery Beige Saree

 

Floral Chiffon Saree

Chiffon sarees in brightly coloured oversized floral prints have made a comeback and how. Your trousseau box is incomplete without this superb draping, svelte look, light and easy and the ability to create drama around you.

Floral Chiffon Saree

 

Kanjeevaram Saree

Traditionally woven by skilled weavers of Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu a Kanjeevaram saree is the most magnificent and rich MUST HAVE sarees in your wedding trousseau box. They are woven with pure mulberry silk and have a signature temple border with coin motifs over their pallu. Just like Rekha carries it off with such panache at whichever function she attends, make a grand, sophisticated and intellectual statement by donning this one at a post wedding family function, a friend’s wedding, for your first Diwali or even a dinner at the in laws.

Kanjeevaram Saree

 

Banarasi Saree

Made in Varanasi, this is one of the finest sarees in India known for its luscious high quality silk fabric, and brocade weave, a kind where gold, silver or colourful reshmi threads are used to create woven motifs and patterns of paisleys, leaves, florals and other intricacies. However, the one that should make it into your trousseau box is the one in silk and gold brocade. Keep this one wrapped up in soft muslin fabric in a closed, dry space or you might ruin the zari.

Banarasi Saree

 

Bandhani / Leheriya Saree

Bandhej or Bandhini is a process which uses coins or chana to tie saris with strings to create a tie and dye effect of beautiful dots. The colors used are generally in bright hues or yellow,red and orange. In certain parts of Rajasthan, a red and green Bandhani is what the bride wears for the pheras. Made in cottons, silks and chiffons, Leheriya/Bandhini sarees are gorgeous colorful sarees again produced in Rajasthan. Leheriya sarees are zigzag patterns of unbalanced color stripes. Embellishments, zardozi, gota patti and mirror work are being used to enhance the appeal and richness of a traditional Bandhej. Add this one to your must have sarees list.

Bandhani / Leheriya Saree

 

Chanderi Saree

Named after Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, where this weave was popularized, this saree has seen a revival in the recent past. Perfect for a day wedding, a puja or lunch with the family, this is a must have in that trousseau box. Chanderi saris are a blend of cotton,silk and zari thread. The rich texture of silk combined with the beautiful zari work , which is a gold threadwork , results in a shimmering texture of the sari. Since you are the bride, do not be afraid to pick one with a broad zari border.

Chanderi Saree

 

Lehenga Saree

Don’t have all the time in the world to drape a perfect saree, then a lehenga saree is what you must have. Indian women are clad under the 9 nine yards for their entire pheras ceremony. Just zip and align the pallu, that’s all it takes. If you are an unconventional bride looking for something out-of-the-box in traditional wear, you’ve just found your match. These stunning indo western attires give a modern twist to the lehengas and sarees.

Lehenga Saree

So here’s our final words of wisdom on the saree box!

You can also check out our online store to shop for the latest in bridal, casual, party wear and everyday fashion sarees.

We hope you liked our beautiful collection of Sarees. Get set and buy these and treasure them forever.

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Sarees have been synonymous with the Indian wedding trousseau for as long as we can remember. When we were young, we would always see our mothers drape colorful piece of clothing and look stunning and the child in us couldn't wait to drape ourselves in those 5 yards . As a bride-to-be, one makes a lot of preparations for their wedding choosing the right accessory,footwear,clothing etc. Since your wedding trousseau is your first step towards a new life, we at Peachmode want you include stunning pieces of sarees which stay with you for a lifetime.

One of the most sensual attires of all times, sarees can make you look dapper no matter how you drape them. But finding the right pattern and fabric that suits your body type, style and personality, could make or break your look.

We bring to you a complete mix batch of trendy and traditional sarees that are a definite must have for any and every modern bride’s trousseau trunk.

 

Half And Half Saree

A half saree is a traditional outfit that is extremely prominent in South India. Borders being used in different patterns and types are a great part of this sarees, and of course what’s better than the embroideries used in its versatility to bring more attraction. This is the most elegant and designer touch creation of half designer sarees, it will definitely win the hearts of the ethnic wear lovers.

Half And Half Saree

 

Paithani Saree

Among the most gorgeous of Indian saris is the Paithani, woven in the western state of Maharashtra. Exemplifying the merger of the aesthetic with the symbolic, the saris today are a prized possession. The traditional Paithani used to be a plain saree with a heavy zari border and ornamental pallav(pallu). However, today paithanis with motifs are in vogue with stars, circles, peacocks, flowers and paisleys. The paithani borders and pallu are heavily adorned with these motifs and the saree is given the name after the design on it.

Paithani Saree

 

Glittery Beige Saree

If you are going to move on to married life with a trunk and ten sarees, this has to be one of them. A chiffon or georgette saree with the, oh so elusive shimmer will surprise you with its versatility and usefulness. Cocktails, evening receptions of friends and friends of friends, even a stylish corporate do or a glamorous dinner party, you’ll be grabbing this one from your closet a few times and then some. Satya Paul, Manish Malhotra and several other designers have worked their magic on this one.

Glittery Beige Saree

 

Floral Chiffon Saree

Chiffon sarees in brightly coloured oversized floral prints have made a comeback and how. Your trousseau box is incomplete without this superb draping, svelte look, light and easy and the ability to create drama around you.

Floral Chiffon Saree

 

Kanjeevaram Saree

Traditionally woven by skilled weavers of Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu a Kanjeevaram saree is the most magnificent and rich MUST HAVE sarees in your wedding trousseau box. They are woven with pure mulberry silk and have a signature temple border with coin motifs over their pallu. Just like Rekha carries it off with such panache at whichever function she attends, make a grand, sophisticated and intellectual statement by donning this one at a post wedding family function, a friend’s wedding, for your first Diwali or even a dinner at the in laws.

Kanjeevaram Saree

 

Banarasi Saree

Made in Varanasi, this is one of the finest sarees in India known for its luscious high quality silk fabric, and brocade weave, a kind where gold, silver or colourful reshmi threads are used to create woven motifs and patterns of paisleys, leaves, florals and other intricacies. However, the one that should make it into your trousseau box is the one in silk and gold brocade. Keep this one wrapped up in soft muslin fabric in a closed, dry space or you might ruin the zari.

Banarasi Saree

 

Bandhani / Leheriya Saree

Bandhej or Bandhini is a process which uses coins or chana to tie saris with strings to create a tie and dye effect of beautiful dots. The colors used are generally in bright hues or yellow,red and orange. In certain parts of Rajasthan, a red and green Bandhani is what the bride wears for the pheras. Made in cottons, silks and chiffons, Leheriya/Bandhini sarees are gorgeous colorful sarees again produced in Rajasthan. Leheriya sarees are zigzag patterns of unbalanced color stripes. Embellishments, zardozi, gota patti and mirror work are being used to enhance the appeal and richness of a traditional Bandhej. Add this one to your must have sarees list.

Bandhani / Leheriya Saree

 

Chanderi Saree

Named after Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, where this weave was popularized, this saree has seen a revival in the recent past. Perfect for a day wedding, a puja or lunch with the family, this is a must have in that trousseau box. Chanderi saris are a blend of cotton,silk and zari thread. The rich texture of silk combined with the beautiful zari work , which is a gold threadwork , results in a shimmering texture of the sari. Since you are the bride, do not be afraid to pick one with a broad zari border.

Chanderi Saree

 

Lehenga Saree

Don’t have all the time in the world to drape a perfect saree, then a lehenga saree is what you must have. Indian women are clad under the 9 nine yards for their entire pheras ceremony. Just zip and align the pallu, that’s all it takes. If you are an unconventional bride looking for something out-of-the-box in traditional wear, you’ve just found your match. These stunning indo western attires give a modern twist to the lehengas and sarees.

Lehenga Saree

So here’s our final words of wisdom on the saree box!

You can also check out our online store to shop for the latest in bridal, casual, party wear and everyday fashion sarees.

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