A saree is women's most treasured garment that can be worn on all different events from parties to family get- together, celebrations and festive occasions. Saree can bring out the best in you and will surely make the heads turn. It adds grace and elegance to your personality and makes you feel beautiful effortlessly. When you are purchasing this beautiful six yard of esteemed fashion piece you must look out for the right pattern, fabric, design, color which will add the vibrancy in your style statement. Sarees can be worn on all occasion from family get together, cultural events, pooja ceremony to parties, weddings, business meeting, dinner and so on. The style of draping is also becomes crucial while wearing a saree as the same saree can be worn in different draping style which will change your look and feel.
There are different type of fabrics from which saree is made and out of which Georgette is one of the common types of materials used in all sarees. Other than there are many other option available in sarees like cotton saree, chiffon saree, silk saree etc.
If you want to categorize sarees according to fabric then it can be divided into the following categories:
Cotton Sarees, Silk Sarees, Georgette Sarees, Chiffon Sarees, Net Sarees, Crepe Sarees, Viscose Sarees,Tissue Sarees, Satin Sarees, Velvet Sarees, Jute Sarees, Brasso Sarees, Shimmer Sarees, Jacquard Sarees, Dhupian Sarees, Linen Sarees etc.
Sarees can also be categorized according to the region of their origin. You can find more details regarding this below:
Banarasi Sarees: A Banarasi sari is a sari made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras. The saris are among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery. The saris are made of finely woven silk and are decorated with intricate design, and, because of these engravings, are relatively heavy.
Chanderi Sarees: Chanderi fabric has its own significance and is widely appreciated by people. Chanderi silk and chanderi cotton sarees are very popular and will give you the look you are waiting for. Chanderi is a place which is situated in MP , people of here are preserving this heritage from a long time.
Kota Sarees: Kota doria or Kota Sari is one of many types of sari garments made at Kota, Rajasthan and Muhammadabad Gohna, Mau in Uttar Pradesh and its nearby area. Sarees are made of pure cotton and silk and have square like patterns known as khats on them. The chequered weave of a Kota sari is very popular. They are very fine weaves and weigh very less.
Kanchipuram Sarees / Kanjivaram Sarees: A Kanchipuram sari (also known as a Kanjivaram sari) is a type of sari traditionally made by weavers from Kanchipuram. These are woven naturally and distinguished by their wide contrast borders. Temple borders, checks, stripes and floral (buttas) are traditional designs found on a Kanchipuram sarees.
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