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What is a sari?

The Saree/Sari, after having survived hundreds of years of changes, has now emerged as a much-fancied, glamorous, and sexy outfit, adorned by beautiful women all over the world. It is a traditional and national attire of India. A sari can be draped in various ways and each draping style is originated from different regions of India. This makes every sari unique. a saree can be heavily accessorized making it an attention grabber.  sari is made from different fabrics, different patterns, and different prints. The saree industry has evolved a lot and has become one of the versatile garments. this flattering outfit can be worn to any occasion.  It evokes a sense of luxury, grace, and femininity among women. Sari is ruling the ramp with the purpose to conquer the world with its elegance, versatility, and sheer beauty. It has captured the fancy of many women outside India and has the potential to become an International Fashion Garment. 


How to drape a saree?

Draping a saree is an art which once finessed can go a long way. There are more than 80 different ways to drape a saree. Every way is unique and is known for its originality. The traditional way of draping a saree is to drape it around the waist on the undergarment known as a petticoat or a silhouette with pleats and pairing it with a beautiful saree blouse leaving the midriff visible. Starting from one end and circling it around your body, making pleats and then leaving the remaining off your shoulder is the most familiar way around the world. The most important element of draping a saree is the arrangement of the pallu and the pleats. Every sari has a different and unique way of arranging the pallu and the pleats. This diversity in draping the sarees comes from the diversity of the Indian culture and various tribes, religions, and communities.



Silk saree:

silk is known as the queen of textiles in the saree kingdom. its lustre, sensuousness and glamours has women drooling over it from all around the world. The history of silk saree is approximately 4500 years old. India is the second largest producer of silk sarees, contributing to about 18% of the world's silk production. silk saree are worn in most parts of the country. its vibrant colors make it irresistible and unavoidable. they come in vast variations depending on the type of silk. its floral design, beautiful texture and fine geometry makes it one of a kind. There are so many types of silk sarees that it would take more than a year to know each kind of silk even if you drape one kind each day. Silk sarees are a living example of the magnificent craftsmanship of weaves of india. 


Cotton saree:

cotton is a natural fiber that comes from the seedpod of the cotton plant. This fabric can be knit or woven. cotton comes in two main and different types of weaves, plain and twill weave. When comfort comes into question, cotton is the answer since it offers surreal comfort. Its airy soft nature makes it skin-friendly and therefore allows the skin to breathe. It is one of the most worn and most preferred choices in summers and hot and humid climates. its gentle texture causes no allergic reactions and hence is loved by people across the world. cotton in sarees is comfortable and chic at the same time. cotton sarees are the best alternative for a long day. These sarees are a great way to flaunt your body in the summers. Nowadays, mixed cotton is also available to ease the draping process and for the gaze of it. 


Organza saree:

Organza is extracted from the organzine material. It is a plain-woven fabric with a smooth, flat finish. It is a strong and stiff material. Originally made from silk, organza, but can also be made from polyester and nylon or all three mixed together. Its soft, thin, luster-free, graceful finish makes women look beautiful and are a perfect fit for corporate environments, weddings, and family functions. This fabric is a complete stunner with its designer saree, appealing colors, extravagant pallu, and embroidered border. Organza sarees vary based on the culture and artisans of a particular region. Organza saris come in different types depending on their design and prints such as printed, solid, embellished, etc. Styling an organza saree can be very interesting. From draping style to accessories to sari blouse, every part is very experimental. The beauty of the organza sari is that it can suit any occasion, right from a kitty party to a wedding and it would look equally fabulous.  


Linen saree:

Flaxseed fibers are used to make linen fabric. This mellow fabric is the oldest textiles in the world. Linen is made from transforming plant fiber into cloth by weaving by hand. The fabric is so soft, sweat-absorbent, and breathable material, a perfect fit for the scorching summers. It also softens per wash. Linen is more durable than cotton and is therefore preferred among Indian women. It gives a versatile appeal. Linen sarees come in various varieties such as linen printed sari, linen saree, plain linen saree, linen saree with zari border, etc. Many women across India and the world opt for it because of its fashionable essence and its comfort. Because of its exclusive characteristics, linen sarees have caused a fashion rage amongst youngsters too. Its subtle pastel colors have resulted in the saree being a major fashion hit. 


Georgette Saree:

Typically made from silk, georgette is a fabric that is a combination of absolute richness and class. Georgette's sari is so lovable that a lady would wish to own it in a dozen. It gives the desired fall at the right place. Georgette saris are blessed with sheer coarse texture. They are especially known for their saree blouses which come with zardosi or embroidery work. Georgette sarees come in a large vibrant collection of floral prints and big zaris. It gives them an artistic outlook. comfort feel and traditional look go hand in hand for georgette sarees. The marvelous work and intricate workmanship used in georgette saris are par excellence. The ethnicity and the dynamic fall that it offers while draping makes it a go-to option. Georgette saris are nothing but lightweight and pocket-friendly in a nutshell. 


Chiffon saree:

With the hustle of the modern world for a woman, carrying a sari on a regular basis is very difficult. Therefore with the fall that this fabric offers, chiffon sarees are the ultimate solution to this. A light translucent fabric, perfect for the sweltering summers is chiffon. it is a lavish and intricately woven fabric. The sheen, grace, and elegance offer astonishing beauty to women. Sitting right on your curves, chiffon sarees oozes out femininity. It's a simple yet rich look, pairs the best with heavy blouses, and makes your attire outstanding. Because of its falling and smooth fabric, it makes the pleating of the sari very easy and manageable. Wearing it for a night party will make your blouse shine and surely make heads turn.


Satin saree:

With the undisputed air of elegance and timeless beauty, satin is a fabric loved by many. This saree brings out the best in the wearer and so is unanimously elected as the gorgeous ethnic raiment of India. It not only fits well but also covers your flaws, if any, adding oodles of confidence. Satin gives an easy and outgoing look. It drapes easily, making you -ook sleek. These elegant saris are best for a party outfit. You can jazz up your look with a nicely crafted, heavy saree blouse. Satin sarees would make you flaunt, unknowingly. You can enhance your look by accessorizing it with sequin pins and brooches, trendy belts, and delicate cardigans. This fabric or satin saris are a great investment since it lasts for many years. Whatever your style game is, satin sarees can be your one-stop solution. 


Pure silk sari:

If anything that describes pure silk fabric truly, it would be smooth. The texture of this is very smooth and silky to touch. Pure silk is very soft and gives a waxy feeling upon touching. Many generations of weavers and artisans have passed down their crafting secrets on how to weave yards of stunning silk sarees. To check whether the silk is pure or not, one must scrunch it up and the crunching noise should tell that it's a real deal. Pure silk is woven after treating yarns chemically which removes all the sticky protein layers making it pure. Pure silk is the crowning jewel of the saree domain. A silk saree is an undeniable sign of elegance and richness that you will find in every woman's wardrobe.