Saree As An Ethnic Wear And Traditional Wear
Saree is the only garment which was in existence in Mesopotamian civilisation. When people were nomadic and were under colonism, since then Indus valley civilisation had discovered cotton and different weaving techniques. So saree is unstitched garment which was in existence when people were uncivilised and even today when era has changed tremendously, saree has not lost its importance. Gradually saree was not only garment but the canvas for artisans to experiment unique creations, sometimes with pearls, sequins and beads, sometimes with amazing weaving techniques later with interesting experiments in dying of different colours.
Today many stitched clothes has been invented by different manufacturers. If you look back Aryan women and Indus valley civilisation in both era women were using a cloth drape around their waist and breast to cover. Later length has been increased, many kind of weaving and dying makes these sarees more adorable. Today women wear saree with different stylish blouse or cholis. Saree collection can be seen in online stores or your local markets. If you talk about different saree collection which these shops can offer then you can be sure that you can find many traditional as well as trendy types. Traditional sarees are bandhni and tie-die sarees from Rajasthan and Gujarat. Sarees including floral print, figurines from Bird and animal motifs recognised as traditional sarees.
Today designers are doing experiments in colours, designs and weaving. Even half and half saree which is the combination of different fabric, two different kind of colour or weaving. Such sarees are highly in demand because youngsters wants to try something unique. Sarees are the only garment which capture not only Indian’s heart but it gets international recognition too. Women from different state either from Punjab, Gujarat, Bengal or South India all are fond of Sarees. Online Saree stores add more fun to shopping lovers as now you do not have to visit so many shops just to pick one Saree for a special occasion.
Wedding is the most auspicious moment of life, in marriages everything should be glittery, pompous and unique. At least in India a bride has to set her clothes for three days, and in all moments many relatives and guest come to bless new couple. At such time a bride seeks different kind of matching jewellery which can enhance her beauty, make her day special and she might be the centre of attraction.
Bridal fashion jewellery depends upon what colour dress she is wearing for her special day. Mostly red and maroon is the favourite colour for wedding. Today wedding dresses are available in most romantic different colours and designs like pink, onion colour, peach and green orange etc. Bridal fashion jewellery depends upon the work which wedding dress consist. If there is gold zardosi work bride should wear heavy golden jewellery. If there is kundan work or sequins bridal can experiment with kundan sets and diamond glitters. Either traditional or contemporary jewellery both groups exhibit precious gems, stones, gold, silver, metal and other natural materials. Search online for gorgeous bridal jewellery, be unique and special on this special day.