Monday, April 21, 2014

Designer Sarees Are the Best Options for Buying Sarees of Great Designs and Colors



Saree is a traditional outfit for women in India. This gorgeous yet very modest outfit first originated in southern India. Today it has gone a long way from its humble beginnings and reached a point where it symbolizes the classic Indian women's classic attire. The way an Indian saree adds to the beauty and grace of a woman is worth mentioning. The beauty of a woman is best showcased when draped in an elegant saree.


Designer sarees are one of the most splendid sarees of all. They are best suited for occasions such as wedding ceremonies, religious ceremonies, parties and get-togethers. Indian designer sarees have reintroduced to the fashion world by adding an exotic and artistic look to this age old attire. By redoing the blouse, the body of the saree, designers have created sarees which are appreciated not only in India, but also in many countries such as the US, UK, Canada, France and Australia.




The pinnacle of traditional Indian master weaving was the Banarasi Silk Saree from Banarasi in north India and Kanjeevaram Silk saree from Kanjeevaram, south India. These silk sarees were woven with best quality silk mixed with gold and silver threads. Any woman would like to drape herself in such a saree on her wedding day, would she? 




• Wedding sarees are one of the most worked out sarees in terms of design and embroidery work. Designers are coming up with new designs for wedding sarees and dresses that modern women demand. 






• Latest designs include sarees such as Chiffon design, Georgette design, Tissue design, printed design, embroidery design, lehenga design, wedding design, brasso design, party wear design sarees etc.







• Fashion designer sarees are designed with elegance, dignity, comfort and contemporary touch in mind. A good design of a saree is still dependent on the color. The color combination and design determine the popularity. Interests in color can range from person to person. So, designers provide many color options. The usual color combinations that one can find in sarees include deep beige, turquoise blue, ritzy pink, green, cream, off white, maroon, purple, dark brown, dark fawn and aqua, etc. 





• The art and embroidery work on sarees is mainly composed of different forms of floral patterns, symmetric patterns and designs, with zari, resham, precious and semi-precious stone work, etc.






• Fashion designers are designing sarees with some of the most outrageous ideas. The trendy looks, the vibrant colors being used and the amount of art work on these fashion designer sarees make them a great choice for modern women.





• Apart from designer sarees, one can find ethnic Indian wear in designer dress range. These dresses include dresses like salwar kameez, ghagra choli, lehengas, etc. One can find numerous design variations and color combinations available in salwar kameez, ghagra choli and lehengas.



Saturday, March 29, 2014

Tranquil Peach Designer Sarees



The peach colour of the laser georgette saree is truly captivating. The carefully placed buttis and the embroidered decorative patterns on the border are awesome enough to leave the beholder spellbound. The second part and the pallu of the saree have shimmer fabric patches with fancy decorated floral images. The saree comes with a suitable blouse material that is best stitched without sleeves and square neck in the front and back. The interesting saree is a great wear for some conversation with a few friends over a cup of coffee during any evenings.

 

The saree flows gracefully through the waist and the edge of the saree near the feet has a narrow silver strip that is followed by tiny floral works. Throughout the body of the saree we have scarcely placed single buttis that provide a random appearance. The right profile of the person wearing the saree has a shimmer georgette patch material. The pallu of the saree reflects fresh imagination with an unequal pattern of shimmer georgette material in its edge. Towards the inside and outside of this patch delicate floral works are done with impeccable care. The serene looks of the saree and the poise and grace within it makes the saree a sure winner.

 

The exotic saree can be accompanied with thin silver bangles or platinum bangles along with some peach glass bangles. Silver chokers are another suitable addition to the saree.

 

Plain peach clutch or studded peach clutch along with peach flat slippers or peach block heels depending on the woman's height, are suitable accessories for the saree. Hair could be neatly braided into Indian plaits with a string of jasmine flowers. The saree is also a splendid wear for lighter and smaller parties in the evenings. The tranquil appearance of the saree adds to its attraction and brings out all the grace in the woman who wears it. 



Sunday, March 23, 2014

The Exotic Beauty Of Indian Silk Sarees

    

An Indian woman's wardrobe is incomplete without a unique collection of Indian silk sarees. These sarees are generally worn in weddings and other events. Silk sarees of India's different states vary in style and design. Most popular Indian silk sarees include Kanchipuram, Banarasi, Bandhni, Patola, Thanchoi, Paithani, etc.



Banarasi - The Banarasi silk is one of the most beautiful and expensive sarees in India. Woven with gold and silver threads, it is available in a plethora of colors and designs. The four main types of Banarasis are - the sattir, the katari, the kora and the georgette. Some of the common designs on the sarees are floral designs, designs of animals, motifs and nature. The fabric is of superior quality. The pallu is done elaborately with detailed designing. A typical saree can take anywhere from 15 days to 1 month to complete. 



Kanchipuram - Naturally hand-woven and of excellent quality, Kanchipuram sarees are world-famous. The vibrant colors and designs of these sarees have made them a must have in every woman's wardrobe. Some of the traditional designs found in the Kanchipurams are floral 'buttas', stripes, checks, and designs of temples and flowers. The three parts of the saree - the body, the border and the pallu are woven separately after which they are joined together. These sarees are well-known for their texture, durability and unparalleled beauty. 



Paithani sarees - Elegant, luxurious and stylish, these sarees are made of metal and silk. The colors are derived from natural sources such as leaves, flowers, and soil. 



Bandhni - Bandhni sarees are popular in Gujarat and Rajasthan. They are made of the traditional system of tie and dye, also known as bandhej. The saree features several patterns and designs which gives it a unique appearance. 

 

Thanchoi - These sarees feature attractively decorated pallus and have no borders. They are woven specifically in Benares. 



Patola silk - These sarees are well-known for their beautiful vibrant colors and geometric designs. They are made exclusively in Gujarat. 



Tussar silk - Textured, unique and beautiful, these sarees are not as durable as the other silk sarees. Tussar silk is still bought by many women as they have an appeal of their own. Their dull gold shine makes them apt to be worn on several occasions.
While in the earlier times silk was regarded as the fabric of the elite class, these days it is available to almost every one. People can buy these Indian silk sarees from several online and offline clothing stores that offer a wide range of exotic silk sarees to the Indian women. 

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Embroideries and Designs Lend a Style to Sarees



Well, embroideries have always been liked by the women as it enhances the overall look of the masterpiece. These days, fashion designers are also creating magic with pearl and moti work on a variety of fabric. Even, patchwork is also carried on plain or printed sarees that is a club of various cloth pieces joined together to make classic designs. Not just the embroidery styles, printing techniques and its innovative output are also becoming the talk of town.
Especially, such experiments are getting carried out on wedding sarees that have been an important way of dressing the best. On such particular occasions, trends have been getting modified to suit the taste of women. Some like designer work on printed fabrics; while, many others wish to have heavy embroidery over borders and pallu with light work on the entire piece. Just think yourself wearing a designer piece on the wedding of your friend. In this case, you can be the center of attraction with the right selection of fabric, design, print and draping style. 



The latest talk of the town in terms of embroidery is cutwork, ribbon, crewel, patchwork and beaded embroidery. Cutwork embroidery is all about cutting and discarding the background fabric with the edges being worked in buttonhole stitches. These days, the edges are stitched with sequin or mirror work to give that fabric a designer look. In the class of designer sarees, the cutwork is done on the corners of "Pallu" making them flashy and stylish. Another one piled up in the line of embroideries is the ribbon work. 



Though a part of vintage style; this hand embroidery is explicit of beautiful floral designs with a slight thread work in between. Among the styles of using stitches, it is straight, lazy daisy, stem and French knots that are quite popular. All these stitching styles are used to create marvelous leaves, flowers, trees and petals on the fabric to enhance its grace and looks. Becoming a part of fashion in latest saree designs is the crewel embroidery. It is all about sketching the designs over fabric and then carving beautiful work with the help of wool. It is the colorful attitude of this style that makes it quite popular among fashion designers. 



The typical saree is, usually, about 6 to 9 yards long with a border. This long fabric is worn with a top or blouse and is tucked into a petticoat or skirt from waist. It is wrapped around the body to fall in charming folds. In this piece, one end always stays loose and is held at the shoulder to be called as pallu. A pallu can be worn in many ways. The most convenient way is to pleat the pallu and pin it to the blouse at the shoulder. Now, here comes the variety of draping styles that changes the look of party wear sarees. Mumtaz, Gown, Bengali, Gujarati, Maharashtrian and Rajasthani are some of the draping styles that have been creating magic all over. What makes Indian sarees popular is that they complement the figure of any woman and the level of versatility it carries. The best thing about these sarees is that they can be teamed-up graceful to heavy jewelry piece for a royal and magnificent look. Moreover, it has become essential for the fashionable women to stylize their appearance with a touch of glamour. 

Friday, March 7, 2014

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