Traditional Indian Bridal Sarees - The Pride of the Weddings00:36
Indian weddings are magnanimously celebrated. Filled with traditions and rituals that continue for several days. For each ritual a variety of dresses are planned well in advance especially for the bride to be. Indian culture from its earliest days emphasizes on traditional saree wear. The most auspicious colour for the bride is considered to be RED. With time this notion has changed and myriad colours have come into vogue.
Nothing in the world can match the splendour of Indian weddings. Keeping in mind the grandeur of the wedding – the bridal outfit has to be equally dazzling. Saree being the most elegant and graceful dress is highly preferred. It is the most important day of life for the bride. “Rachit Fashion” bring an opportunity for you to select from our unique collection.
The Best Sarees that you can Adorn on your Brightest Days
Kanjivaram silk sarees gives a rich feel and the royal look . Known for their special weaved technique. The end –piece (pallu) is woven separately and then interlocked together. These pure silk sarees have a broad golden/silver zari border , is a traditional wear.
Chanderi- these traditional sarees from Madhya Pradesh are produced in silk, cotton and silk cotton patterned with woven peacock, Flora and geometrics.
Banarasi Tassar sarees with heavy interwoven zari both gold/silver pallu, border and motifs all over.
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Saree A six or eight yards unstitched rectangular cloth can be worn in different styles as Traditionally according to the regions. The Bengali style is the easiest to drape with two wide pleats and pallu in front through the back of neck. On the other hand the Maharashtrian style saree is a 9 yard saree. Everyone wants to wear this style of saree. This style of wearing the saree is the contemplated way to manage the body shape. Those who are thin seem to look fuller and brides on the heavier side seem to look slimmer than their usual self. The Mumtaz style saree has the complete stunning retro look that is clicked instantly in the fashion world and went on to be one of the most innovative draping style. It involves draping several times around the lower body.
The Lehenga style with several pleats tucked around the waist to give an impression of Lehenga. Normally draped with pallu in front to display the rich embroidery of the pallu, this style is what a bride can fall in love with. A simple saree that can be draped to look like the lehanga can later be worn as a saree. This also saves the unnecessary expense of indulging in a Lehenga which is not normally worn again.
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It is not only the Saree drape that mattes, but the entire festivity and the whole set of ensembles is what beings a celebration to life. Despite the recent changes in the fashion trends of the modern bride, the Saree still is considered to be the most worn and the first preference of the bride.
Author Bio: The author of this article is an owner of the biggest Online Indian Saree Shop “Rachit Fashion”. Here you can buy designer sarees and lehenga choli from anywhere in India.