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.