Types of Saree Every Indian Women Should Wear

Sarees are considered to be one of the traditional wears in India. Every state in India has a unique style to dress up sarees. Saree is the most popular traditional wear and is worn by women of any place on this earth.

It is an evergreen fashion trend that has placed its mark also in the international market. There are a variety of fabrics and styles of weaving that has contributed to a vast spectrum of sarees.

Coming to a comfort zone, it is essential to consider the fabric before purchasing any saree for you.

Here is a list of saree fabric that will be helpful to make a collection of sarees for your closet. You can visit ladies ethnic wear in Amravati to select the different sarees in various fabrics that will accompany you in different functions and celebrations.

1.       Arani silk

This is a famous textile from the town of Arani in Tiruvanamalai district of Tamil Nadu. It is unstitched cloth of approximate length of four to nine yards. It is famous for its high-quality weaving. The deep striking colors of the sarees with the unique zari patch borders. The zari border displays the different motifs borrowed from mango, peacock, and floral templates.

2.       Chiffon

It is always a lightweight fabric. A balanced and plain-woven sheer fabric of alternate twisted crepe yarns from cotton, silk, or synthetic fibers. It is often used as a base fabric for embroideries and appliqués. The fabric used for saree gives a good fall and it adds shimmer and texture to the complete attire. Because of its soft feel and it drapes well around a physique, it is highly demandable.

As chiffon is all time favorite among ladies, you can easily find it in ladies boutique. To find a class collection in it, visit the boutique in Amravati.

3.       Kanjivaram

It is the south Indian version of Banarasi. It is woven from the threads of pure mulberry silk. It is the favorite fashion of old times still running through. The body and pallu are knitted together in a zigzag pattern. The border displays the motifs that describe the various aspects of mega-epics of Indian history. These sarees are made of heavy silk.

4.       Cotton:

Cotton is the most popular fabric in India as it has been produced in India for many years. So the cotton saree is the must-have option that includes in the Indian women wardrobe. The comfort, convenience, and grace make it different and best fabric with the characteristics like the light in weight, easy to wear and beat the heat. These cotton saree are mostly preferred during the long summer months. 

Types of cotton sarees:

  •  Tant
  • Khadi
  • Sambalpuri
  • Kotki
  • Kota

5.       Kasavu

It is also called Settu saree. It was actually a traditional dhoti that was later added with a blouse. This style is still alive in a lot of ladies. It is a modern version and is characterized by a thick golden border. These borders are woven with threads of real gold. With the passing time, it has diversified to include colors and artificial threads.

6.       Bomkai

It is a piece of art with ikat, embroidery and intricate thread work. It is a nine-yard long saree also known as the Sonepuri silk. It can be worn in festive and available in silk and cotton.

7.       Bandhani

This print is available in many type fabrics varies from cotton to silk. The process of tie and dye is the common style to design the bandhani sarees. This tie and dye process is done by plucking the saree body with fingernails into many bindings to form a unique design. Different patterns can be made from it like chandrakala, bavan baug, or shikara.

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