Sarees are the favourite choice for a Naari and it is the open fabric to drape the woman to a desired feel and trend. This wear which aesthetically glorifies the woman has been designed and weaved by the skilled weavers according to the festivities, tradition, culture, lifestyle of ethnic demand. We at Naari Vaibhav, make you comfortable to choose your ethnic Saree of different choices as per your vibe in today’s trend.

Let us explore the Sarees that adorn a perfect naari below

1. Classic Traditional Sarees

1.1. Sambalpuri Sarees:

These Sarees are the traditional sarees of the Sambalpur region in Odisha. Tie-dye art are the special feature of this Saree. In this art, the threads are tie-dyed and then woven into the fabric that may take many weeks. These weaves are also known as Sambalpuri “Ikkat”.

1.2. Narayanpet Sarees:

These Sarees are traditional sarees of the Narayanpet region in Telangana. Interlocked weft technique is used in the weave of this Saree which are usually of Cotton and Silk Handloom Saree. There is a fusion of Telangana and Maratha style art in this Saree characterized by rich pallu, attractive and alternate contrasting borders. Sarees are widely popular for their low maintenance, durability and affordability.

2. Bridal Banarasi Sarees

2.1. Kanjeevaram Banarasi Silk Sarees:

Banarasi Silk fabric is woven in South Indian Kanjeevaram style characterized by golden woven border with richly designed pallu and prints. Ideally suitable for the bride to wear as bridal function wear.

2.2. Banarasi Satin Silk Sarees:

These Sarees are from the exclusive house of Begum Pasapalli work. Pasapalli Work Saree are known as Saktapar Saree. It is a “Bandha” (Ikat) Handloom Saree prominent in Bargarh district of Odisha. Banarasi Silk fabric is used in the make of this saree adorned with intricate design and floral prints in the border, body and pallu glorifying the charming glance of the bride.

3. Bollywood Sarees

3.1. Bollywood Sequin Sarees:

These Sarees are commonly known as “Sequence Sarees”. The definition of Sequin is a coin with a shape. So these are the glittering gems, usually plastic or metal shaped pieces covering the fabric of the saree. The Sequin is done at the border and bottom of the saree. These are popular as special ethnic wear to give a shiny, glitz and glamour to any party occasion.

3.2. Bollywood Grey Leaf Sarees:

These Sarees are available in Georgette and Kanjeevaram Silk fabric.

Bollywood Georgette Grey Leaf Saree is a Foil Print Saree with zari woven work pattern having slim lace border to give an aesthetic appeal of Silvery appearance.

Bollywood Kanjeevarm Silk Grey Leaf Saree has zari woven work pattern of Grey Leaf design and this grey color emblazons as a contrasting border to the saree. This enhances the appearance of a silvery glow to the lady wearing this saree.

4. Fancy Sarees

4.1. Tissue Saree:

If you are looking for a pure Silk Saree, opt for this Tissue Saree for its graceful sheen appearance with the glitter of metallic gold and silver zari in its warp and weft. The silk yarn used here is so fine and delicate that it is extremely translucent showcasing the extra glow and charm in the drape of the Saree.

4.2. Ruffle Saree:

Ruffle Sarees makes you look too young in the saree appearance because it has 2-in-1 appearance of a Gown and Saree blended altogether. The cascading frills on the drapes and borders of the Saree gives a great twist to the ethnic style to blend with the modern look of the western wear.

Sarees comes in following options:

OPTION 1: Single Ruffle Floral Print Saree

OPTION 2: Multiple Ruffle Lace Border and Plain Saree

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