Friday, 11 December 2015

Bridal Saree – An Elegant Ethnic Wear

Sarees for Brides


Sarees have been in the vogue since the time immemorial. Traditionally, this outfit had been a most sought after attire which continues even now. Sarees are the most prevalent women wear even now. One can find maximum number of ladies adoring sarees on the streets or in houses- whether they are from upper or lower strata of life. You can see a saree draped women everywhere in all the nook & corners of the country.

Bridal Saree with Heavy Work

A Saree comes generally in the size ranging 5 to 9 yards in length and about 1-1.33 yards in width. This is draped around waist, with one end around the shoulder while leaving the midriff. A saree is worn with Blouse with short sleeves and usually cropped at the midriff. The Saree is very closely associated with Indian culture and gives an elegant look to the woman wearing it.
Pink Bridal Saree

Indian Clothing history can be traced back to Indus Valley Civilization and since then, the saree has been most in the vogue. Traditionally, Red Saree is considered a right choice for brides in the Indian culture. Saree in silk is also very much in practice. Over the years, the saree has taken different colors as per individual liking and to change design, even a multi colored one have been in active use.
Indian Bridal Sarees

Today, many colour options and fabric choices for Indian brides have expanded to a very large extent. Many fabrics like crepe, Georgette, charm use, and satin are used & different colours have been expanded to include gold, pink, orange, maroon, brown & yellow as well. Indian brides, even in most of the Western countries, often wear the sari at the wedding ceremony and change into traditional Indian wear afterwards to Lehenga-choli etc.
Sarees for Indian Wedding

There are umpteen of styles in which a saree can be worn. In fact, in India, every caste and religion, and every state have their own style statement on draping of a saree. At times, a lady from UP can adore a saree in Bangla of Marathi or south Indian style to have a new look. In any case, a saree is a complete attire which gives the best elegant look to all the wearers.
Wedding Bridal Sarees

You, as a bride of today, may be a bit westernized but Saree continues to be a style statement even now and as the Best Bridal Wear.