The festive season is around the corner. Are you prepared for this Diwali and New Year celebrations? If not then start preparing, I have come up with excellent Saree related post on my blog. I rarely wear saree in my life. But that doesn’t matter. I am here to share my views and make you aware of trending styles for upcoming festival celebrations of Diwali. Make your self beautiful by giving you inspiration and a little knowledge about sarees. I am going to share what type of sarees you should choose for festivals? and Tips to Buy Sarees.
Saree is a traditional Indian wear. Though every state of India has a different style & pattern of wearing the same saree, you should try wearing saree in various styles this Diwali/ festive season.
You can always slay in Sari whatever the occasion is. The Saree of your suitable body type will make you look beautiful. Also, you must be aware of which color of saree suits you best according to your skin color.
Tips to Buy sari are based on Material, Pattern, Prints, Colors, and Price.
Tips to Buy Saree this Diwali/ Festive Season
· Materials You may Choose are: Cotton, Silk, Synthetic, Net
· Choose the appropriate type of sari, for Festive season wear saree materials to include Silk saree, Banarasi Saree, Chanderi Saree, Bandhani Saree, Patola saree, Kanjeevaram saree, Paithni saree, Chiffon Saree, Georgette Saree, Net saree.
· Choose the brighter color, though it is suitable for your skin color: Festival select colors include Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Black, Navy Blue, etc.
· Try to buy something new in the pattern which you never tried before.
Cotton Saree: Cotton sarees gives an elementary look anytime. For festivals, you can try wearing sari with silk material blouse or patterned blouse, or you can wear cotton saree with different draping styles and carry a waist belt with it.
Banarasi Saree: Banarasi saris are the Queen of Indian Sarees. Made with gold and silver threads. It is Originated from Banaras. It is so much preferable for bridal wear too. Choosing Banarasi saree to buy is a one-time investment for lifelong cause it’s fashion never go off trend.
Chanderi Saree: Chanderi saree is originated from Chandreri, Madhya Pradesh. This type of saree can be in silk or cotton.
Kanjeevaram Saree/ Kanchipuram silk saree: The sarees are woven from mulberry silk threads. Kanchipuram saris are originated from Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, and mostly worn on special occasions and festivals by south Indian women.
Paithani saree: One of the most expensive sari in India. Paithani saree is Originated from Paithan, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, made up of fine silk and zari.
Bandhani Saree: Bandhej saree are found explicitly in Gujarat & Rajasthan. Tying up and the dying procedure takes place to create Bandhani designs. It is considered as a versatile saree pattern.
Patola Saree: Patola is double ikat woven sari, Originated from Patan, Gujarat. They are very expensive because of the effort of making it uniquely.
Chiffon Saree: Chiffon is a very lightweight fabric. It also gives subtle shine and texture to the material. Chiffon Sarees are the right choice to wear during festivals at night time.
Georgette Saree: Georgette is sheer, lightweight, dull finished crepe-fabric. Georgette saree is preferable in day to day wear. But can be worn during festivals when they have some excellent prints on it with the festive color combination.
Net Saree: Net sarees are also useful during festivals, but right now, they are not in trend.
Festivals are all about wearing bright and colorful. I would not recommend following the trend blindly. Sort out which color suits you most according to your skin color. Also, apply the makeup wisely to match up with your matching sari.
About prints, well traditional silk sarees have their classic designs and patterns, so you can’t go for some particular prints. But in Cotton, Chiffon and Georgette sarees, you can have many prints to choose from them.