Indian Designer Sarees For A Complete Indian Women
Change is the spice of a person’s life and that too according to the latest fashion. Every generation has its own style and dressing methods and it is the adaptation of the style with the substance in the form of the Indian saree that makes the headlines. A designer sari when worn properly gives you an elegant look, however, it can look extremely awkward if you are unable to wear it properly. Lots of women do not know how to drape a saree in the most graceful manner.
When it comes to selecting an elegant saree, it can be a difficult job to choose the best one. Obviously, everyone likes to have an unique selection when it comes to buying a saree. While purchasing a saree, you should be aware of the type of event you are going to attend. The occasion can clearly describe what appearance should you have. If you have any small function like a birthday party or any ceremony then you should go for a light weight Indian designer saree.
There are so many choices for sarees like heavily worked sarees, that can do best in wedding ceremonies. Whereas less worked but bright colour sarees are best for small parties. You can also go through branded georgette sarees which have embroidery on the borders and the pallu.
Sarees that are made out of materials like silk and paper silk are very decent for ladies having an age falling in the range of 40 to 45. These Indian designers sarees are very light in weight and consist many bright colours and designs.
You can go with the choice of Banarasi sarees in many bright colours, which are India’s most traditional sarees. They consist a sleek work of threads. Light colour cotton sarees especially for summer contain work of a special type of thread that is ‘taant’.
Some Different styles of draping the sarees in different states:-
Gujarati Style : The Gujarati style of wearing a saree requires the pallu to be draped in the front rather than over the shoulder. Sarees with eye-catching pallus look best when worn in this style.
Bengali Style : The Bengali style of wearing a saree has no pleats and is elegantly draped around the body and the pallu has a bunch of keys that falls over the shoulder. Bengali ladies basically follow cotton sarees worked with threads.
Coorgi Style : The Coorgi style of Karnataka of draping a saree involves tying the pleats in the rear instead of the front and a small portion of the pallu is placed over the shoulder.
Maharashtrian Nauvari Style : The women in Maharashtra used to wear a nine-yard saree called Nauvari. The style of wearing it is like a dhoti at the bottom while the upper portion is put on like a normal saree with the pallu tucked in the waist.
Gond Style : This style can be seen adorning the beauty of women living in central India. The cloth is first draped over the left shoulder and then it is arranged to cover the body.
Nivi Style : The Nivi style originated from Andhra Pradesh. But this is a style of sari draping which is extremely popular in India and is worn by a majority of women.
Many people think that by using pre stitched Indian designer sarees would make them stand out in the crowd and that they would easily recognize it from the normal Indian sari. But anyone can go through any type of design with any type of stuff because the trend of wearing sarees always changes according to the current taste and preferences in fashion. It is an outfit which will never loose its decency.