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5 Must Have Traditional Indian Sarees For Brides

In India, almost every state claim to fame of sarees. Also, every style has some component that makes it one of a kind in its own particular manner. These styles never leave form, and make you look stunning each time you wear them. This is one reason why practically every bride-to-be has no less than one saree from each of these customary styles in her closet.

Regardless of shopping trips we make to the mall and the countless hours we spend on shopping online for buying the best western or casual wear, saree shopping is one thing that most women feel weak in their knees. You might have the every possible outfit in your wardrobe, but a woman’s trousseau remains incomplete without these traditional sarees.

Vivid Varanasi


Vivid Varanasi

Vivid Varanasi

Starting from Varanasi, it is without a doubt popular amongst the most dazzling and rich sarees that are woven in India. Extremely classy with out of the world brocade and zari work woven onto silk, the Banarasi saree is the best decision for marriage trousseaus. This was presented in India by the Mughals, and consequently, Mughal themes and plans are entirely normal on them. Gently woven floral and motif work, architectural art, alongside figures of creatures in gold, silver or multi-shading threads are basic components of this saree.

Breathtaking Bandhani

Breathtaking Bandhani

Breathtaking Bandhani

These charming sarees, aka bandhej, are from Gujarat and Rajasthan. These tie and color sarees come in many colors, and plenty of patterns. The bandhani sarees are ideal for you to mirror your emotions. Whether you go for customary red, green, yellow, or the advanced pastel shades of pink, the bandhani style never looks bad.

Related Read: Choose Saree Wisely

Killer Kanjivaram

Killer Kanjivaram

Killer Kanjivaram

Kanjivaram sarees are typical luxury. Kanjivaram sarees of India make use of various colored threads. Adding to the fascination of the sarees is the choice and the type of zari work. The themes used are based on Pallava sanctuaries, royal palaces and artworks. Tribal outlines and in addition contemporary work are likewise seen. Go tasteful and rich in your family gatherings post marriage with these flawless Kanjivaram sarees. You can even take motivation from the Bollywood divas who have embellished these sarees pretty well.

Pretty Patola

Pretty Patola

Pretty Patola

The Patola sarees are considered as a status symbol, also the meaning of royalty in Gujarat. The out of the box patterns and design of these sarees makes them entirely expensive and unique. With weaving done by families in Patan (Gujarat), and the silk quality being second to none, it takes anyplace between six months to a year to get the last bit of these sarees. These are hand crafted. The perfectly composed geometric shapes and conventional shades of these sarees are certain to make all heads swing to you when you wear them.

Charismatic Chanderi

Charismatic Chanderi

Charismatic Chanderi

Chanderi is a small community located in Ashok Nagar area of Madhya Pradesh. The Chanderi sarees are a mix of silk and cotton making them moderately lightweight. The Chanderi sarees have an extraordinary translucent structure and are exceptionally comfy during the hot summer months.

When draped perfectly, this sarees will make you look stunningly gorgeous! So what are you waiting for?

Also Read: The Physics & Chemistry Of Indian Ethnic Fashion – Saree


  1. vidya

    September 29, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Such a beautiful sarees. Thanks for suggestion.

    • The Fashion Blogging

      September 30, 2016 at 1:51 am

      Thanks Vidya 🙂

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