A Traditional Saree is not only a clothing item, but versatile and stylish pieces of magic that can be worn in numerous ways, making a women look like a million bucks! This 9 yard of fabric, with all its Indian origin, much like the Yoga, has travelled far and wide and is today recognized all around the world.
If you like to wear a Saree, than a lot of your what-do-I-wear troubles are instantly solved. Sarees can be formal, casual, and festive and the style varies with region even. With a Saree, women don’t have to try too hard to look good and trendy when it comes to a party. Even in traditional attire like this, women can check out the latest trend and flaunt it confidently. Rest assured, a designer sari for a party wear looks absolutely cool and will make you stand apart in the crowd. Designer sarees for party wear are available in a range of fabrics like georgettes, chiffons, crepes, silks, satins, synthetics, crushed silk, etc. You can choose from a plethora of colors and color combinations that suit your personality or are your favorite.
The wide variety of Sarees is a story in itself. There are traditional sarees with more formal fabric like Silk and Cotton. Then there are the much lighter, the much more casual fabrics like Chiffon and Crepe. A lot of work can go into a Saree to make it stand out and our Indian Designers have experimented with everything, ranging from embroidery to sequin, from crystal work to cut work, the list goes on. Sometimes the entire saree is the same – print or work. In some, you may find very heavy work on the ‘pallu’ and in some; the borders have a heavy work of stone and sequins. It really depends on what your choice is.
The trend of designer sarees has seen a revolution over the years. These days you will see a lot of new styles amalgamated to form a new one. These days, you have sarees that come with a totally chic look. The latest craze is about a sari that has a ‘butterfly’ pallu. This pallu tapers or narrows at the part that is to be collected or pleated at the shoulders. From there, it again opens up like a fan and beautifully drapes around or can be just left like that. Other popular styles include velvet patches on the pallu, ‘lehnga’ style saree and a saree of two different fabrics pout together – like georgette and crepe or Net and velvet. These styles when paired with trendy blouses make a striking outfit. Another craze among young girls is to go for animal prints like zebra or tiger prints, they certainly grab attention.
Posted on October 14, 2011, in Saree and tagged Bridal Saree, Cotton Saree, Designer Saree, Diwali Saree, Indian Saree, Party Wear Saree, Sarees, Sari, Silk Saree, Traditional Saree, Trendy Saree. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.