Thursday, November 12, 2009

Sari Fashion

elonging to different regions, religions, class and society. The importance of the attire has not diminished since ages and continues to lure both the wearer and the onlooker. Though, with time it has undergone change and has evolved greatly, to enhance the beauty of Indian ladies. There is a wide variety of saris available in the market today, all designed to look unique. So, to know about the latest fashion in the Indian market, read on.
In case you are looking for some thing traditional and ethnic, sky is the limit for you. There is an array of saris available to cater to your choice and taste, which are evergreen in terms of fashion appeal. You can choose from the classics such as Banarasi sari, Kanjivaram silk, Patola, Lucknowi Chikan sari, the Tangail and Shantiniketan sari (with floral and animal motifs) and the cool and crisp Kota saris of Rajasthan. For a plusher look, you can go for Chanderi saris of Madhya Pradesh, Venkatagiri and Poona sari, Pochampali and Maheswari saris, and so on. Adding folk touch to your wardrobe, the colorful Bandhini sari, which is an example of tie and dye craft of Rajasthan and Kutch is a piece worth keeping.
ringing the latest from the market, the saris in vogue nowadays are designer saris, embroidered saris and mirror work saris. These saris are available in varies materials like georgette, chiffon, crepe, silk etc. Moreover, the butterfly pallu saris are also liked by the women, as it gives them a completely hot look. These saris provide full opportunity to flaunt your beauty as they are knotted below bare shoulders. Focusing on blouses, halter necks are quite in. You can even catch a Bollywood beauty in thos

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