This six yards of elegance is something that every woman wants to own and flaunt. A sari is not only limited to India anymore but worn by people outside the county as well; it is a fashion trend and is being followed by more and more women every day, even the young generation. Types of Sarees are available in all forms, light, heavy, prints, plain, embroidered and you can choose whichever you think you can carry off.
Every region of the country has their variety and is made from different material. Sarees can be paired with fine jewellery to make the look even more elegant. Here is a list of various types of sarees from all around the country.
1. Kanjeevaram Sarees –
Kanjeevaram comes from the southern part of the country and is mostly produced in a city called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. This is a sari that comes in heavy patterns and chosen by many brides to be to worn sometime during the wedding.They are available in very vibrant combinations but generally gold is commonly used in most. These go well with gold jewellery like necklaces.
2. Paithani Sarees –
Paithani comes from Maharashtra and was originally made for Maratha queens using actual gold threads. Now, they use gold colored threads to make these and are still extremely famous in that region and around. You can pair them with designer bangles and look even more vibrant.
3. Assam Silk Sarees –
Assam Silk is the best silk produced in the country is from Assam. Silk sarees are extremely popular and are found in prints as well as solid color combinations, with just two colors, one on the border and rest on the whole cloth. There are many different types of silks used like raw silk, cot silk etc. to make these beauties are perfect to be worn on weddings with a combination of fine jewellery.
4. Banarasi Sarees –
These are one of the most popular sarees made. Produced in the city of Banaras, it is the pride of the northern part of the country. These are heavily printed and have wide borders, with beautiful rich colors and delicate, fine texture.
5. Tant Sarees –
These are the pride of all Bengalis. These are stiff starched pieces, which is a must in not just a Bengali’s wardrobe but everyone’s. They are found in a basic combination of white with wide red borders. But now are available in other designs as well. Pair them with designer bangles as you get ready for that Durga Puja.
6. Bandhani Sarees –
This comes from the west of the country. Rajasthan and Gujarat are known for their Bandhej designs. This is basically tie dye, in which tiny knots are made to made designs and then dyed. These have a more summer appeal with bright color combinations and light material used. These look perfect with colored designer bangles.
7. Chiffon Sarees –
This is one the more elegant side, with more people opting for this, it’s an ongoing trend. This is a more modern design with trendy designs. It is made from a combination of sill, cotton and synthetic fiber. Pair it with fine jewellery and look gorgeous in its elegant colors and designs.
8. Georgette Sarees –
These are the most financially affordable range of sarees. It’s easy to carry, looks amazing and can be worn in any weather. There is a huge variety of prints and designs available that look sophisticated, trendy and is not heavy on the pocket as well. The best companion to this sari is a designer necklace which will increase the look to another level.
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