Saree is a single piece draping outfit of size six to nine yards, which wraps around a woman’s body in different ways. The Saree is one of the most historic outfit which is worn by approximately 75 percent of the female citizenry of India. Many people assume that Saree culture started before the ancient sacred literature of the Hindu theology.
There are different styles of draping sarees, and these styles vary according to region, ethnic culture, society and personal styles. The general technique of wrapping a saree includes wind it around the waist and then wrap it around the upper body. Women generally wear underclothes of a tight blouse and skirt similar cloth around the waist to provide the basic support for wrapping the fabric of the saree.
The best profit of the Indian Sari is that it is accessible in all the different patterns and styles according to women’s choice but also making it a tough task to choose one option out of so many available alternatives. Indian women are specifically found wearing Saree in the occasions like wedding, engagement, social gathering, and festivals.
The versatility of Indian culture can be imagined with the availability of different options of sarees based on fabrics, roots and handworks. In terms of fabric there are different varieties available in the market, which includes Cotton, Art Silk, Georgette, Chiffon, Net, Crepe, Silk, Viscose, Tissue, Satin, Velvet, Jute, Brasso and Linen etc. The handicraft work has brought the Saree tradition to the next level via adding creativity and comfortability into it. These handicraft products differ based on the use of different yards, stitching methods, colors and prints. Nowadays, on demand handicraft products includes Supernet, Embroidered, Kalamkari, Chikankari, Phulkari, Bandhani, Hand woven, printed and heavy work designer sarees.
In the market, Designers always try to bring the latest trends with each month but when it comes on historic culture or festival we can’t ignore our basic root outfits. Women look stunning and gorgeous with evergreen culture based sarees including Banarasi, Chanderi, Kota Silk, Paithani, Bhagalpuri saree, Kanchipuram, South Indian, Patola, Jamdoni, Brocade, Uppada, Kerala and Bengali Saree.