Indian Sarees- a combination of charm and glamourby Aarushi Reddy studant
Saree is the most popular and loved women’s outfit especially in India. Its comfort and simplicity paired with the sense of class, elegance and glamour is what makes it everlasting and most sought-after women’s attire. In fact, a saree is an Indian women’s symbol of statement to the world. A Saree is not just a single length of material but also the most versatile clothing in existence.
Wearing sarees enhance grace, elegance and glamour to every woman irrespective of body shape, age, height, complexion or caste. Women can wear it on almost all occasions from bridal wear to daily wear or from party wear to office wear.
Bridal sarees are traditional and ethnic wedding attire for the women living in India. However, women from other countries and religions too are drawn towards these traditional Indian clothes. No wedding is complete without the luxurious bridal Pattu sarees made of pure silk fabric. No matter how glamorous a woman is, she prefers to wear a bridal saree on the biggest occasion of her life.
The Indian silk sarees also called Pattu in South India are known for their rich colours, lustrous appeal and an unlimited variety of designs, patterns and hues. In addition to that, the Ikkat sarees are in huge demand due to their combination of comfort and style. Women across the Indian subcontinent are approaching the Ikkat sarees wholesale dealers to buy these traditional sarees. Ikkat and pattu silk sarees are the most celebrated and famous among the Indian women.
Ikkat sarees are high in fashion and demand these days. Ikkat is a technique in which the weaver prepares the pattern of colours on the finished fabric by wrapping sections of the yarn with rubbers before dipping it in dyes.
Ikkat sarees are known for their eye-catching artistic traditional designs of birds, trees, plants, animals, flowers and mythological characters. These sarees are made of a variety of fabrics like pure silk, cotton, and georgette etc. and can be worn as a party as well as daily wear.
Pattu sarees are made of Pattu- a silk fabric that is produced in the Southern part of India. These are woven into various designs, patterns and colours. They are a blend of ethnic as well as modern designs like triangles, squares and other geometrical shapes on the border. These sarees are worn especially in wedding and pre-wedding functions or inaugural functions.
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