Trends and styles Different Sarees From East To West:- India is known for its saree throughout the world. These 5-9 meters of saree is not only an outfit, in fact, it represents every state traditional, cultural and environmental look. So in this article, we are telling you about the ways to identify and wear sarees of different states of India.
Traditional sarees have a different place in our heart. Every woman has one wish that their wardrobe should have different types of saree. But it’s price and identification of original fabric makes this challenging for us. But the main problem is to wear this traditional saree in a stylish way in today’s world. Founder of your style file says that “ Everyone likes saree from beginning only, but with time, there is the difference in its styling.
You can look stylish by wearing traditional saree in a contemporary way.” So today we are going to tell you about different states of traditional saree and how to select.
Latest saree trends in south India (type of sarees)
1. Magic of a material
As the silk name comes, we directly think about South silk because it has variety or silk sarees.
Kanjivaram, kanchipuram, vaalkalam, etc are there as South silk saree. Whereas in cotton,
mangolagiri,venkatgiri, etc which are made by original cotton and almost come in only one color.
Whereas in Punjab, fulkari sarees has it’s tradition. Fulkari means work of flowers. In this type of sarees, more than material, embroidery is important. Bhagalpuri silk or lining of bihar are very famous. Bengal taat saree are made of cotton, it’s border are quite broad, but it is very light to wear. Mostly Bengali women wear this type of sarees in their routine life.
2. Touch of traditional saree
If we talk about north east sarees then Assam silk, Begampuri cotton saree and Manipuri cotton are very special. Now due to power looms, these sarees are made thin and light as compared to earlier. In
Mekhala & Dokana sarees of Assam, dhokana are strong because it is made of pure cotton, whereas in makhana sarees are made of silk and cotton. Odhisa sarees are made by drawing art on it. This tradition is almost same as Balchuri of west bengal. Whereas in South India, designs such as flowers, peacock, trees are made on sarees. Muga silk of assam is famous. This silk is made up of silkworm. This silk is know for it’s brightness and texture.
Paithani saree is famous for Maharashtra. In this saree palla have peacock design . In Maharashtra 9 meters sarees are made which is called as navari. It has different way to drap this saree . Traditional saree of madhya Pradesh is little similar to U.P And Maharashtra. With the help of cotton, silk and jute chanderi material are made. Where many designer are preparing sarees of big design bamdhni and Patola sarees in Gujrat.
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3. Difference between fabric and patterns
Different types of fabric are made in India. In order to make saree , cotton silk just material are used.
And nowadays cotton, shiffon, Georgette and silk are specially used. It become difficult to find
difference between fabrics. So while buying this type of sarees you should properly look after it’s fabric.
4. Unique style
Earlier, in india sarees were made related to nature. So that ladies can wear saree with bamboo jwellery. That time, saree pallu were tied to waist. Where in South east, pallu we’re tied at back. On special occasions, kamarbandh were used on saree. Whereas you can try obi belt on saree on this trend. With this saree, gold and floral jwellery are used. In up and Gujrat pallu are pinup with plates, if your pallu is heavy. For casual look, you can try statement earings. To try traditional saree with contemporary style, you can wear blouse , kurti or shirts on it. You can give your look stylish by wearing leggings instead of paticoat and obi belt.