India is a country of varied culture. And one of the traditional and cultural costumes of the country is saree.
India is a country of varied culture. And one of the traditional and cultural costumes of the country is saree. Modern sarees have come a long way in terms of styles and designs. Carrying a saree of 6 ft is not a matter of joke. However it adds to your personality. Today designer sarees are enjoying a high popularity. Let us discuss them in details.
The designer sarees are being made in various designs like casual styles, fusion blends etc. They can be worn of different colors, styles and patterns. There are colorful accessories too that can be sported with sarees. You can also wear jewelry that will go best with the sarees. These sarees could be painted, embroidered, embellished and beaded. If you like gorgeous sarees then you can go for Banarsi sarees, Zari sarees and silk sarees.
Sarees in India is the most gorgeous dress. The pattern of wearing it is mostly the same. The costume is part of the Indian culture. Sarees are available in many varieties like silk sarees, bridal sarees, Banarsi sarees, nylon sarees, hand printed sarees, georgette sarees, and chiffon Sarees. The popularity of sarees has also spread in other countries beside India.
There are many designer sarees that can be afforded and worn by the rich and wealthily. For instance there are Manish Malhotra Sarees, Neeta Lulla Sarees, and Archana Kochar Sarees. Their latest saree designs are displayed in top fashion shows of the country.
The bridal sarees can be discussed altogether separately. Wedding is a very special day in our life. On this day most women wear saree. These days there is wide range of bridal sarees collection available in the market. These sarees have gorgeous colors and heavy embroidery all over the body. A beautiful saree will add a unique sensuality and classiness that will match the mood of those who will be in clad in them and also will please the eyes of the beholders. If an Indian woman is asked about the best asset that she has in her wardrobe, then she will surely reply it is her bridal saree. Bridal saree comes in various colors. You do not have to stick necessarily to red for choosing your trousseau. You can get them in light green, yellow, pink, orange, maroon, aqua blue, light blue, etc with stunning designs and zari work.
Designer sarees come with cut work, kundan work, organza, mirror work, sequin work, and pearl work. Among the sarees the Banarsi sarees enjoys a significant popularity among Indian brides. These silk sarees are woven manually with heavy zari. Besides them there are other gorgeous sarees of similar category. For instance, Mysore silk sarees have beautiful prints and designs. Kashmiri sarees with a unique kind of embroidery are also popular among women. Rajasthani sarees are also famous for their embroidery and zari work. They are available in different graceful shades.
Besides sarees there are other ethnic wears in India. The salwar kameez which originated from Punjab, India is worn by women from all works of life. It contains a pantaloon, a shirt and a scarf designed in an Indian pattern. They are worn not only in grand occasions but also in places of work. It measures up as regular wear and occasional wear too.