7 Types of Sarees Every Indian Woman Should Have
So, all the ladies out there who are deeply and madly in love with the oldest Indian ethnic wear. Here have a look at 7 different types of sarees which you really need to have in your wardrobe else you don’t deserve to be called as a Lover of this 9 yard drape.
Heavy Work Saree Like Kanjeevaram Or Banarasi Silk
One of the most traditional and still the favorites of Indian Brides, Kanjeevaram Silk is among one of the most expensive types of silks and thus it also adds a Royal factor to your look when you wear it. Generally these heavy work saree are woven with the golden zari work and that’s why they comes in high prices.
Designer Blouse Saree
Well if you are heading for a cocktail party or a kitty party then heavy saris would be little uncomfortable to wear and hence, these day Designer Blouse Sarees are a must have in your closet. These types of sarees are usually light in weight, comfortable to wear and have a designer blouse like in collar style, broad neck, crop top style etc.
Sequins Work Sarees
These days its highly in fashion, whether for a party or wedding, Sequins can be your absolute choice.
Wedding Wear Saree Like Lehenga
It’s a great benefit to have a lehenga saree for all those ladies who don’t know various draping style of a sari. They can get instant ready by wearing lehenga saree as it comes with readymade pleats or it is also available as a skirt without pleats which you just need to wear as a sirt and take the pallu around your shoulder.
Now adding a little modern twist to this age old attire, you also must have a modern version of this outfit which is better known as Sari Gown.
Bandhani Or Bandhej Print Rajasthani Sarees
The product of Royal Rajasthan and also Gujrat which is made by the age old process of tie and die, these sarees are also famous as Lehariya sarees. From multi colors to lively colors like blue, green, red, yellow, you can find this attire in all the colors. Specially during festive nights like garba and dandia nights you can see women wearing these prints. Not only saris, you can also find bandhej print chaniya choli, ethnic skirts, safa and turban.
Your savior in summers and you certainly can’t avoid those classy prints. If you think that Cotton is not so fashionable fabric then wait for a second and check these images below: