A saree is unstitched female garment from Indian subcontinent, it consist of around 5 meters length, a beautiful art work on it, embroidery work or border work. It is worn with petticoat and a fitted upper garment called choli or blouse.
The origin of saree can be tracked back from Indus Valley Civilization. As India was introduce as an art of weaving work on cotton fabric around the world. In those days all Indian women’s were wearing handmade sarees which were plated with a beautiful art work and hand weaving embroidery work on it. They wear a garment like to loin cloth, these garments were draped around the waist and the rest of the cloth was pleated and passed between the legs and hocked safely in the back to enable easy movement of legs.
During Mughal era the sari took a perfect form as a three piece garment. They also introduce different fabric used for sarees. The weavers among Mughal were having incredible weaving knowledge; they weave saree fabric with gold and silver wires for royal families. Along with weaving they also introduce dyeing method of fabric.
Sarees can be draped in many different ways, women’s from different place had their own way of draping sarees. The most common style is saree to be wrapped around the waist, with the loose end of the drape to be worn over the shoulder. Some of the most well known draping styles are Nivi saree styles, Bengali saree style, Gujarati/Rajasthani saree style, Nepali saree style, Maharashtrian saree style, Madisar saree style, Khasi saree style, Malayali saree style, Tribal saree styles, Kunbi saree style and more.
Nowadays, the flexibility of Indian garments has turned into a global awareness. The assessment of style, fabric, color and pattern with the ancient sarees has given a new face in market. Saris available online offers wide choices with embroidered, stone work, mirror work, beaded, zari work, half sarees and more. Below are different types of sarees according to occasion and fabric.
Bridal wear sarees have always been the most common among all wedding attire in Indian culture. Wedding sarees have a beautiful embroidery work and vibrant colors which gives a more tradition look. Bridal sarees can be found in colors such as red color saree, blue color saree, cream color saree, peach color saree, magenta saree, maroon color saree pink color saree and more. These sarees is highly preferable for functions like engagement, mehendi, sangeet, tilak, vidai and reception.
Sarees that give you more charming look then before are famed as party wear sarees. Mostly such sarees are having heavy embroidery work with stones, mirror and so. Nowadays embroidery is made with machine previously it was handmade embroidery work. We are grateful to technological advancements for graduating the use of simple threads to zari, pipes, pearls, beads, precious and stone works. Such sarees are highly preferable on birthday party, surprise party, dinner party, tea party, marriage-related parties, housewarming party and farewell party.
Casual wear saris come with machine prints on it. Such sarees don’t have any work pattern on it. One cannot always wear a heavy or designer saree on a daily basis and continue with the household routine jobs. Many of Indian women’s wear casual printed sarees at office also as it became more comfortable while working. Ashika Sarees offers you its glamorous range of Casual Sarees with a very light in weight with quality fabric. The fabrics used are soft, elegant, and durable, and the prints on them are trendy. Our sarees can be worn on a regular/daily bases with utmost joy and comfort.
The art silk saris have its own platform in the world of saree fashion and the demand for the same is also growing day by day. The fabric is always good for modern women mainly because of cost, comfort, as well as durability. There are different kinds of works which are made into the art silk fabrics like stone works, embroidery works with zari thread works and so. Ashika sarees has variety of art silk sarees with beautiful zari border.
Sarees have always been the traditional attire for women in South Asia, especially in India. Cotton sarees are in demand since so long in the history. It is also differentiated by their borders, as traditional cotton sarees include wide borders of contrasting color. These sarees are made through different weaving and dyeing techniques. The sarees comes with very narrow borders, nearly 1 inch. Different types of cotton sarees such as chettinad cotton sarees, gadwal cotton sarees, pochampally sarees, kerala cotton sarees, mangalagiri sarees, madurai cotton sarees.
Ashika Fashion also has latest sarees collection for crepe sarees, georgette sarees, bhagalpuri silk sarees, kanjeevaram silk sarees, tussar silk sarees and banarasi silk sarees. We are also providing worldwide shipment of sarees in USA, UK, Canada, Malaysia, Australia, Germany, France, Fiji, Mauritius, South Africa, New Zealand and more.
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