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Designer Bridal Saree Collection

Saree is a beautiful garment draped by women from a long time. Indian women look strikingly beautiful in this unstitched piece of garment. The most important feature is that women of all shapes and sizes look wonderful in it. Highlighting the best features and curves of women it has passed the test of time and never lost its appeal and glamour.

History of Indian Saree

The name ‘Sari’ evolved by the Sanskrit word ‘Sati’ that means a strip of cloth. History has references of saree being worn by women in the Indus valley civilization between the period of 2800-1800 BC. A nine yard or 6 yard saree can be draped in a number of styles.

Modern day sarees

Vibrant in color and bold in style, it is the way of modern sarees. With deep backs and plunging neck lines, the blouses are becoming more suitable to the Indian weather in ways many would not approve. While they will be ignorant to the fact that blouses were introduced by the Britishers.

Indian bridal Sarees come in a variety of fabrics, designs and hand-work. The bridal saree is usually poly colored focused on one color. Trends have emerged that lets brides experiment with their looks with hues of blue, violet, green, and pale shades. This adds subtleness and sophistication that every bride wants in her attire.

Traditions may expect Indian women to dress in a certain manner for their wedding but the modern women making their own choices. They are experimenting with looks and incorporating it into the traditional styles to create a blend of contemporary and personalized fashion.

Wedding Saree Collection for All

Wedding Saree collections offers a variety of style to suit women of all shapes and sizes. Today women are fashionable and are opting for a fabric that feels good and enhances their best features.

It is suggested that a bride-to-be should choose their saree for marriage according to their height and body-type like lehenga saree is a best option for wedding collections and fits for all size and shape.

Tall women- It is a misconception that all tall women feel good about their height. Some have complains that sarees, gowns and heels make them conscious as they look too tall. Ladies you look the best and in order to avoid appearing taller, avoid solid colors and choose large prints. A Kanjeevaram with a heavy border will suit tall women.

Short women- These women have a variety of options. But they opt for Kanjeevarams they should go for narrow border and pastel shades. These women can also try looks with georgette, silk and chiffon sarees.

Plump women- Women on a healthier side can opt for darker shades and light border sarees to appear slimmer. Carry your wedding saree with poise and confidence.

Skinny women- Thinner women can pick heavy sarees like silk, tussur, brocade or a Kanjeevaram. A saree with a lot of heavy work, designs and prints can add body to you.

Brides-to-be can look for designer wear lehenga sarees or bandhani sarees to get a perfect bridal look that is the symbol and culture of Indian women. A saree can indeed make an Indian woman appear ethnic and strikingly beautiful.