Saree is a garment that is weaved not just with threads and yarns but it's also interwoven with our tradition and culture. These wonderful drapes are not just 6 yards of clothing but also a style statement loved and embraced by urban and traditional women equally. They are TROUSSEAU MUST HAVES for every Indian woman and add a distinct elegance and poise to her personality. From the silks of Bhagalpur to the Tants of Bengal, there is a unique charm to each of these different types of sarees that are the best fashion legacy for Indian women.
However, did you know that each saree has a distinct history and creative process that involves patience and intricacy beyond measure? Thousands of craftsmen and weavers spend their day and night trying to make at times a single piece of saree in a week! Let us show you some of the most essential types of sarees that every woman must have in her TROUSSEAU-
Silk sarees are one of the most attractive saree of India and much popular among the Indian women. Its known as paat in eastern India, pattu in southern India and Resham in Hindi. Silk sarees are well famous not only in India even all around the world for their design, printed fine texture, vibrant colors and Embroidery. These beautiful saris are popular during the weddings or festivities in most parts of south India.
Chiffon sari is one of the most elegant saree among all other Indian sarees. The fabric Chiffon is popular in saree making as it is fluid and elegant. They come in some really modern and interesting prints and patterns which are loved by all! Chiffons can be made from cotton, silk and synthetic fiber. They make for good Party Wear options with their versatile look and embellishments.
Airy breathable and crisp, cotton sarees are the very basic sarees that every woman should own. Made from various different types or cotton yarns, cotton sarees can be formal or casual. Formal cotton saree options include Tant, Kantha, Banarasi, Bafta, Chanderi etc while basic cotton sarees are great office wear and daily wear options for the woman on the go!
Georgette Sarees are pretty much like chiffon and their handling is also very easy. They cling onto the woman's curves and enhance her personality manifold. Georgettes are made from silk or polyester yarns and they come in many prints and shades. Sheer georgettes are used to make high end designer sarees as well. They are the perfect base for beautiful jaal work or even buta embellishments.
The all time favorite net sarees are made from different nets like soft and hard net, and the most fascinated saree among all sarees. Due to its glamorous look and comfort feel it's a hot favorite among the young girls as well as women. Nets are also available in may prints and patterns now a days making them a very popular party wear option.
ART SILK SAREES
Art silk resembles natural silk and is a synthetic fibre that typically costs less to produce. This comes in wide varieties and designs that one can't resist buying. They are what we can call a perfect blend of style and tradition. Art silk sarees are the perfect choice for modern Indian women who want to be traditional yet fashionable.
BHAGALPURI SILK SAREES
They are also known as Tussar Silk Sarees. Bhagalpuri Silk is actually a dying style and comes from Bhagalpur, The real trick lies in the dying of such sarees that give them a mesmerizing look.
Velvet sarees have been a trendsetter for women, being donned by a lot of famous and well known celebrities all around the world. It gives a very sophisticated, classy and elegant look to women and is often referred to as a style that meets perfection. . The most famous type of velvet fabric is made by using silk in its weaving process but being very expensive, nowadays velvet is made out of polyester and nylon. The velvet material is generally associated with the words smooth and soft as it gives a very distinctive feel. Velvet sarees come in different designs and patchwork like zari, sequins, resham etc.
Brasso is a material with georgette base and velvet motifs are embossed on it. Brasso fabric is also referred to as burnt-out or burned-out fabric. It is made using a high-tech acid itch process where the base fabric varies, from chiffon to velvet to corduroy. It is often used in making high-end sarees and makes for an enthralling apparel when worn with a designer blouse. The saree can be printed or regular and it really has a velvety soft touch.
Tangail Sari a handloom saree made of both cotton and silk thread having hand worked butti design or all over flowery design or contemporary art motifs. It gets its name from the origins of this weave, ie:Tangail district in Bangladesh. These sarees are extremely light weight, environment friendly and crisp, making them perfect day wear or formal events option.
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