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Saree - Fabulous Ethnic Indian Saree Styles for Women

The saree is an epitome of the Hindu tradition, Traditional sarees worn by Indian women symbolize beauty, modesty and humility.

Saree is an outfit which automatically increases the grace and beauty of a woman. Indian women choose to wear saree on almost every occasion, be it a formal, casual, or spiritual day. There are various types of sarees worn by women in different regions, which are made in different fabrics, designs, and motifs. However, in an era of globalization where everything is getting a modern touch, this elegant outfit is not behind in the race. A range of contemporary saris is getting the attention of women in India.

The latest styles of contemporary sarees include the versions of geometrical prints and floral prints. Designs made on cheerful and bright colors to add life to the wardrobe. Contemporary saris include pre-draped iterations that offer dhoti-style saris, saree dresses, and gowns. Contemporary sarees are Pre-stitched Sarees and allow wearing traditional silhouettes without putting much effort. One can sport sarees with not so typical color like beige for a minimalistic touch or drape a floral sari with funky accessories. Contemporary saris are new in, and one can never go wrong with them as these new out of the box prints and designs will always keep your style quotient high.

A saree is a women's garment from the Indian subcontinent that consists of an unstitched drape varying from 4.5 to 9 metres (15 to 30 feet) in length and 600 to 1,200 millimetres (24 to 47 inches) in breadth that is typically wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder, partly baring.

Origin of The Sarees

The origin of the drape or a garment similar to the sari can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilisation, which came into being during 2800–1800 BC in north west India. The journey of sari began with cotton, which was first cultivated in the Indian subcontinent around 5th millennium BC.

The saree is one of the world’s oldest and perhaps the only surviving unstitched garment from the past. Over the millennia, it has not only become a sensuous, glamorous all-time-wear for women, but also the ‘canvas’ for weavers and printers to create artistic weaves, prints and jewelled or gold-silver embellishments!

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 How to Pick the Right Saree

 Choosing Sarees According to Complexion of a Women

 Dark or Tan or Dusky Color Women:

  • You should try saris in dark colors like dark pink, dark purple, maroon, green or completely contrast colors for example white, off white, etc.
  • In fact you can wear anything because dark color women look beautiful and sexy in any outfit. You can experiment with different colors.
  • And keep one thing in mind “black beauty is the trend of the hour” have confidence in yourself, you will look beautiful and gorgeous in whatever you will wear.
  • Dusky women always look more appealing than fair color women; for example bollywood actress Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Priyanka Chopra, Rani Mukherjee or Deepika Padukone, Kajol, and Sameera Reddy have so much appealing look.
  • Dark tone women should always wear as less jewelry as possible to make sure that their make up is in fine tune with the color of saree and other accessories. Because excess of jewellery makes them look weird and odd.
  • Light color saris with small floral prints with simple accessories will also do well.
Fair Complexion and Pale Color Women:
  • Bright coloured sarees can make them look more beautiful for example offwhite, light pink, white, yellow, peach, etc.
  • Fair complexion women can experiment with any fabric and colour of the saree.

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Saree Collection with Price at Paramparya

 

Sarees

URLs

Price

Soft Silk Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/soft-silk-sarees

6000-9250

Chirala Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/chirala-cotton-sarees

1000-2000

Uppada Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/uppada-cotton-sarees

 

Kanchi Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kanchi-cotton-sarees-1

 

Pure Silk Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/pure-silk-cotton-sarees

8800

Semi Silk Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/semi-silk-cotton-sarees

1900-2500

Pochampally Silk Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/pochampally-silk-cotton

2750

Kalamkari Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kalamkari-cotton-sarees

 

Kalamkari Silk Cotton Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kalamkari-silk-cotton-sarees

1900

Chiffon Kalamkari Sarees

https://www.paramparya.com/collections/chiffon-kalamkari-sarees

1650

 

A Unique Collection of Sarees Online:

What makes up for an exquisite Saree wardrobe? According to us the ideal Saree closet is only ideal if trends are in perfect harmony with tradition and that is exactly what we aim to achieve in our latest Saree collections that is host to varied trendy styles such as Multi coloured charmers, Lace work wonders, Half-half drapes and kalamkari printed patterns. Not to mention, our Traditional Sarees swathed in cotton silk Embroidery, soft silk, Pure Silk, Cotton, Kanchi silk Sarees and so on! Now let’s talk colours. Since time immemorial, Indian ethnic fashion is known for its vivacious hues that instantly make for a head turning outfit. Keeping this very tradition in mind, Craftsvilla’s Sarees online is in harmony with trending colours of the season like- Rani Pink, bold Blue, beautiful Black, radiant Red and gorgeous Orange.

How to Select a Saree and a Blouse

A blouse is undoubtedly the most versatile Indian garment in your wardrobe. Whether you choose to pair it with a classic saree, or a gorgeous lehenga, or a fancy pair of ethnic bottoms, a blouse can make or break your look. While shopping for wedding outfits, choosing a blouse design you love is important, but it’s equally important to make sure the blouse style suits your body type. Remember, your blouse can have an incredible impact on how your final outfit turns out! So, here are a few easy ways to ensure that your blouse style works for you.

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Saree Delivery locations in Bangalore-

City Name

Pin Code

City Name

Pin Code

City Name

Pin Code

 Delivery in Marathahalli Bangalore

560037

 Delivery in Banashankari Bangalore

560085

 Delivery in Hebbal Bangalore

560024

 Delivery in BTM layout Bangalore

560076

Delivery in Basavanagudi Bangalore

560004

 Delivery in Krishnarajapura Bangalore

560036

Delivery in Koramangala Bangalore

560034

 Delivery in Naagarbhaavi Bangalore

560072

Delivery in Jayanagar Bangalore

560041

 Delivery in Nagawara Bangalore

560045

 Delivery in Yelahanka Bangalore

560063

 Delivery in Bellandur Bangalore

560103

 Delivery in Whitefield Bangalore

560066

 Delivery in Hoodi Bangalore

560048

 Delivery in Malleshwaram Bangalore

560003

 Delivery in JP Nagar Bangalore

560078

 Delivery in Bommasandra Bangalore

560099

Delivery in Electronic City Bangalore

560100

Delivery in HSR Layout Bangalore

560102

Delivery in Sarjapur  Bangalore

562125

Delivery in C V Raman Nagar Bangalore

560093

 Delivery in Basaveshwar Nagar Bangalore

560079

 Delivery in Indiranagar Bangalore

560038

 Delivery in HRBR Layout Bangalore

560043

 Delivery in Yeswanthpur Bangalore

560022

 Delivery in Peenya Bangalore

560058

 

FAQs

Is it fine to wash Sarees in Washing Machine?

Sarees are gentle and delicate and that’s why the handwashing and dry cleaning are the best ways to keep them new. When you will wash it in the machine, it may ruin its entire look. Also, the size of the saree may shrink. That’s why you must clean it carefully. According to the fabric, you can decide which fabric have to be washed in what way. For cotton and silk sarees, you should avoid machine washing, while for synthetic sarees like georgette and polyester, you can prefer it. However, if you are confused regarding the fabric, then dry cleaning and handwashing will help.

What are the best ways to store sarees in cupboard or wardrobe?

The best ways to store your saree is either on the hanger after pressing it or in the bag with naphthalene balls. You should always focus on the weight, texture, colour, weaves and work of the saree. Also, check the climatic conditions around it and make your saree look special. When you are keeping them in your wardrobe or cupboard, try to find the ways of keeping the insects and warms away. And according to us, the naphthalene balls and dry neem leaves will help. Here’s another tip for you, never store a saree as soon after wearing it and allow it to get some air.

Why sarees are so expensive?

Sarees are expensive because they are made up of 6 to 9 yards of fabric. The extra fabric increases the cost of any garment. Not only this, most of the sarees are found with embellishing and embroidery work, which are quite expensive and makes a saree look heavier. Also, In India, you can find many different kinds of fabrics, where no two pieces of cloth cost the same. So if you are paying more for a saree, then it means it is made up of good quality fabric. And the best part is that not every saree costs a lot and you can find some amazing designs in reasonable sarees also. It’s just, you have to define needs and choose the best saree for yourself.

How to Remove Oil Stain from sarees?

The best and easiest way to remove the oil stain from your sarees is by applying talcum powder or baking soda on the spot and let it sit for an hour. After that, brush away the powder and clean it normally using a mild detergent. You should make sure to bloat as much oil as possible using the paper towel before moving forward to this process. If you still feel that stain is on the saree, simply air dry it. It will make sure that stain removal. Tip: Don’t leave the stain for a longer time and act quickly

How to identify the quality of your Sarees?

The best ways to identify the quality of your saree is by doing some easy Tests:

  • Touch Test: The easiest and quickest way to know the quality is by rubbing the fabric with hands. Synthetic fabrics are not warmth on rubbing, while real fabrics are.
  • Ring Test: The genuine sarees will not be able to come out from a ring, while artificial ones will.
  • Consider the price: If you are paying more for the saree, then it will be in better quality.
  • Look at the weaves: The good quality sarees are made up of good quality woven fabric and have no extra threads. So choose it.

 

Sarees/ URLs/ Price

Soft Silk Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/soft-silk-sarees / 6000-9250

Chirala Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/chirala-cotton-sarees / 2000

Uppada Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/uppada-cotton-sarees /

Kanchi Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kanchi-cotton-sarees-1 /

Pure Silk Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/pure-silk-cotton-sarees / 8800

Semi Silk Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/semi-silk-cotton-sarees/ /1900-2500

Pochampally Silk Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/pochampally-silk-cotton / 2750

Kalamkari Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kalamkari-cotton-sarees /

Kalamkari Silk Cotton Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/kalamkari-silk-cotton-sarees / 1900

Chiffon Kalamkari Sarees / https://www.paramparya.com/collections/chiffon-kalamkari-sarees / 1650