Sarees and its Significance
Saree is the traditional dress of Indian ladies. In ancient times saree was the only clothing worn by the Indian ladies. But now this trend has changed; ladies are wearing jeans, gowns, shorts, capris and skirts, etc. But when it comes to weddings, Indians preferably stick to their tradition of wedding sarees. Around two to three decades ago wedding sarees were heavy and difficult to wear.
Banarasi and kanchipuram silk tops top the list of favorite wedding saree among brides. Imitating bollywood trend is the basic nature of Indian brides. This helps in updating their fashion knowledge.
Saree is the traditional dress of Indian women and Bollywood is the name given to Indian film industry. Both are extremely popular. Bollywood films and stars are a craze among the masses. People tend to imitate the dressing style of the film stars. If the film or the song in the film becomes a hit, many small manufacturers imitate the design and sell it in the market. Bollywood sarees are designed by fashion designers and thus imbibes both styles and tradition.
Violet and purple are the current Bollywood color. Being a vivacious color when it is coupled with sequence work, it gives a chick look. This kind of saree is basically see through and is best for evening parties. Chiffon, georgette and crape material saree are basically used in parties. They are not only light weight but also hugs your body making you look slimmer. Intricate zari work and embellishments make this saree more attractive. Kanchipuram silk gives a royal look. They are enhanced with golden thread work, making it more vibrant. Use of sequins, stones, kundans, beads, coins, ribbon work, etc. enhances the beauty of the saree.
Printed saree is also a hit in the Bollywood. They come in pure georgette and faux crepe material. They come in different colors. Some of the very trendy sarees are chottu sarees, saree gown, jeans and saree, etc.
Wedding Saree is also inspired by Bollywood trends. Use of different colors, sequins, stones and stitching are greatly influenced by Bollywood. Wedding saree in red, pink or lavender is generally selected for the auspicious occasion. Golden zari work done by skilled craftsman is in high demand as it makes the saree look rich and vibrant.
Make your wedding day special with right choice of wedding saree.