It is a well known fact that the sarees in India are being worn with honour since centuries. And despite the transformation from stone age to modern age, and change in various types of apparels in fashion, sarees have always been proficient to maintain their special place in every woman’s wardrobe. This six-yard-long piece of clothing is most loved by women not just because they could be worn to any place whatsoever, but also because there are lots of variations that you can never be bored of wearing Indian traditional sarees.
Traditional Indian sarees can be divided into numerous categories; some of them are listed below:
- Divided as per fabric: Based on the fabric, the traditional Indian sarees can be categorized into various types. This includes, georgette, chiffon, silk, net, velvet, crepe, viscose, cotton, satin silk, jequard, brocade, etc. With availability of so many different types of sarees based on fabric, it has got easier for women to distinguish and select the best as per their personality, and the occasion they would wear it to. Georgette, chiffon and silk are the main fabrics that are mainly used in making of Indian sarees.
- Divided as per work and prints: Growth in fashion has lately led to colossal prints and thus, these innumerable printed sarees have occupied the market. Floral prints, polka dots prints, abstract prints, checks prints, bandhani print, geometric prints, etc are main prints that are in use. These Indian traditional sarees are also adorned with different types of work like embroidery work, resham work, sequins, mirror, thread work, zari, cutdana , zardosi, stone and beads work that make it more beautify.
- Divided as per Indian states: Sarees are worn by women of every corner of India, though in various styles and with different cultural and traditional portrayal. From Assam to Gujarat or from Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, women in all states love wearing sarees throughout the year on different events and occasions. Some of the most popular Indian sarees of different states are Kanjivaram Sarees, Banarasi Sarees, Rajasthani Bandhej Saree, Gujarati Sarees, Kota Sarees, Bengali Sarees, Maharashtra Saree, etc. You can say that saree is the main attire that women like to wear in all parts of India.
Divided as per occasions: India is a land of festivals. Throughout the year, we celebrate number of festivals and participate in various events and occasions. Accordingly, to match up to the humor of different occasion and events, they have a lot of varieties of saree for each occasion. Some of the most popular ones are wedding sarees, bridal sarees, party wear sarees, designer sarees, lehenga style sarees, casual sarees. Bridal sarees and wedding saree have lot of different type of works on it to give it rich look. Party wear sarees are identically good to wear on a party celebration. Designer sarees can be wear on mehendi, engagement party and festivals. Women like to wear Lehenga sarees on weeding especially bridesmaid. It also provide a decent look of Lehenga Choli to the wearer. Casual sarees are used for daily wear, either at home or at work place.
All the above mentioned varieties make sarees stand out of the crowd, giving you a gorgeous look. You can elegance each kind of occasion in a saree!