Social fabric of the Nation : The Indian Saree
The Indian Saree is a garment from ancient times that has over the ages, with the passage of time, been much explored and experimented with, to transform them from a traditional attire of everyday need & rough use to a fashion fabric of immense appeal.
The delightful variety
Many types of Saris are worn in India. From the plain, simple coloured and lightly adorned cotton and silk blends worn by many women in their daily life, to the jazzy stylish heavily decorated silks with all sorts of finesse & intricate work, exclusive fashion-wear meant for very special occasions, such as weddings, grand parties, social gatherings, religious festivals etc.
Saree fabric material could be anything ranging from cotton, silk, jute, nylon, rayon, Georgette, chiffon, satin etc. to blends of different fibres.
There is no dearth of traditional varieties of sarees across the length & breadth of India, and modern art-silks and current tastes have encouraged brilliant fusion experiments by the traditional weavers & manufacturers for evolving a new range of splendid never-before-seen fabrics having trendy designs and patterns, incorporated in the conventional hand-loom weaves.
The ultra-graceful Georgette Sarees too belong to one such category. We are posting here a few beautiful, captivating Georgette Sarees for pleasant evening wear :