A saree Is not only a Clothing thing, but a versatile and trendy piece of magic which can be worn in a lot of ways, making a girls look like a million dollars! This 9 yard of fabric, with its Indian origin, similar to the Yoga, has travelled far and wide and is now recognized all over the world.
If prefer to wear a Saree, than a lot of your what-do-I-wear problems are immediately solved. Sarees can be formal, casual, festive and the style varies with area even. With a saree, girls do not have to try too hard to look nice and trendy when it comes to a party. Even in a conventional attire similar to this, women can take a look at the most recent trend and showcase it. Rest assured, a designer sari for a celebration wear looks absolutely cool and will make you stand apart from the audience. Designer sarees for party wear can be found in a selection of fabrics such as georgettes, chiffons, crepes, silks, satins, synthetics, crushed silk, etc. You may choose from various colors and color combinations that suit your character or are your favorite.
The wide variety of printed linen saree is a story in itself. You will find traditional sarees with more formal cloth like Cotton and Silk. Then there are the much milder, the far more casual fabrics such as Chiffon and Crepe. A whole lot of work can go to a saree to make it stand out and our Indian painters have experimented with everything, which range from embroidery to sequin, from crystal work to decrease work, the list continues. Sometimes the whole saree is exactly the same – print or workplace. In some, you might find quite heavy work on the’pallu’ and in certain; the boundaries have a significant work of rock and sequins. It really depends on what your choice is.
The trend of designer Sarees has witnessed a revolution through the years. These days you will notice a good deal of new styles amalgamated to form a new one. Nowadays, you have got sarees that include a completely chic appearance. The most recent craze is all about a sari with a ‘butterfly’ pallu. This pallu tapers or narrows in the part which is to be accumulated or pleated in the shoulders. From that point, it opens like a fan and beautifully drapes around or can be left like that. Another popular styles include velvet patches on the pallu, ‘lehnga’ design saree and a saree of two unique fabrics pout together – such as georgette and crepe or Web and velvet. These fashions when paired with trendy blouses make a striking outfit. Another trend among young women is to go for animal prints like zebra or tiger prints, they surely grab attention.