For us, saree is like poetry in motion. It’s something that we wear that makes us feel free, feel spirited, and feel loved.
For the love of sari, and the Indian roots that connect us to it, how our grandmothers and mothers treasured it, here is a guide to the most common types of sarees
Silk sarees are one addition to your wardrobe that you will always thank yourself for. Grace, elegance, tradition, culture, and modernity – all woven into one; they are the pure essence of Indian culture that goes back hundreds of years. Hence, it is not surprising that this favored piece of clothing comes in a variety of styles and designs.
Georgette sarees often have a twisted feel to it, making them very much-loved. The crushed texture of the fabric accentuates your personality and makes you look so good. Georgette was inspired by its more flowy sister Chiffon but is considerably more opaque.
The good-natured cotton has an indigenous quality of airy fabric which could keep you cool even during the summer. In the present times, when women are making their mark with everything, cotton sarees are perfect to feel free, feel light, and feel empowered.
Banarasi saree is a saree made in Varanasi, a city also called Benares or Banaras. The sarees are among the finest in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk, and opulent embroidery. The sarees are made of finely woven silk and are decorated with intricate design, and, because of these engravings, are relatively heavy.
Velvet is curated using a special method of weaving called Tufting. It can be created by either a natural or synthetic type of fiber.Velvet sarees have been a trendsetter for women – being donned by a lot of famous and well-known celebrities all around the world. It gives a very sophisticated, classy, and elegant look to women and is often referred to as a style that meets perfection.
Satin sarees are worn by women all over India on occasions like a party, cocktail, or even a formal occasion as they are very flashy and light up the whole room. Shibori Satin is a saree category that is highly trending.
We hope you have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the different types of sarees and hope it will make your search for the perfect one a bit simpler!