6 Yards of Elegance in wonderful variety of Fabrics
A saree is a daily wear attire of thousands of women across India. It is most elegant creation that gives a sensuous and concealing look to a woman. A woman is draped in a saree from head to toe and still looks sexy and hot, that’s the charm of a saree. Saree is the favorite clothing for women across India. Saree is the oldest style of clothing that never goes out of Fashion. Always in demand and always in heart of an Indian woman. The beauty of a mystic saree lies in the way one wraps, folds and tucks and drapes this seamless piece of clothing. Be it any informal gathering or a formal one, you can never go wrong with a saree.
These wonderful sarees are available in different types of fabrics. Following are the most commonly used fabrics:
The Indian silk is famous all across the world and so is the Silk sarees. Silk sarres never go out of fashion or are never out dated. They are perfect for any occasion. These sarees can also be worn as daily attire. In earlier days Silk sarees were owned by rich and wealthy people and was considered as a sign of wealth. But now each woman in India owns at least one Silk Saree. The sarees look lavish and very elegant. There are so many forms of Silk sarees available in India. For example South Silk, Kanchipuram, Garwal Silk etc. Silk sarees have a natural shine which is great for showcasing traditional Indian prints.
Crepe has gained popularity as a saree material in recent years. It is a luxurious fabric that is appropriate for embroidery. It is slightly heavy material, but when draped, looks very beautiful and classic. This material has a great fall look and is a perfect evening wear.
Cotton, once used to be a normal household fabric. Silk was unaffordable fabric of that time and because of which Cotton became common man's fabric. But today cotton is one of the most demanded fabric across the world. The cotton sarees are lightweight and easy care. Indira Gandhi always wore cotton sarees and so is her daughter-in-law, congress president, Sonia Gandhi. Cotton is now a symbol of class and elegance.