Occasions and parties mean one has to look gorgeous. What can be more gorgeous to Indian women than a saree draped beautifully? Well, though we have become at ease in wearing dresses, kurtis and western outfits in our regular days but whenever there is an occasion, we always fall back on sarees as they are the best saviours.

Women these days buy party wear designer sarees or when it comes to some major occasions they rely on the traditional ones which they have either inherited from their mothers and grandmothers or they have added to their wardrobes recently. Traditional sarees can also be some brilliant party wears and one can look drop dead gorgeous in them.

Banarasi Silk

These sarees have bright and marvellous colours and the sheen and texture of these sarees make them different from the rest. The saree is purely originated in the land of Banaras or Varanasi and the specialty of this saree is, they have unique golden borders. This sari is mainly popular as bridal attires in many parts of India but it can also be worn in some major occasions.

Chanderi

These sarees have mainly originated in the state of Madhya Pradesh and they are the royal ones when it comes to designs and materials. The main fabric used for these sarees are tissue silk and on that one gets to see some beautiful chanderi patterns like geometric designs, patterns, floral arts and coin motifs. These sarees are paired best with traditional jewelleries. From housewarming parties to evening office parties; this saree goes very well.

 

Tant Sarees

If you are looking sarees which are good for regular wear and are light and breezy at the same time then tant is the best for you. West Bengal is the state where original taant sarees are woven. These sarees are not much flowy like georgette or a silk saree but they have a beauty of their own. The thread works done on the fabric are very much unique and one can easily flaunt them in a festive occasion.

Kanjeevaram

This is the most famous one when it comes to bridal attire in the southern part of India. This is one of the most gorgeous drapes one can think of. The hub of this saree is definitely Kanchipuram which is situated in Tamil Nadu. The main thing about this saree is they are available in vibrant colours and have borders with exquisite temple patterns.

Assam Silk Sarees

As the name has it, this sari has its origin in the state of Assam. The traditional saree of Assam is known as the Mekhla and it has two pieces separately which has to be draped around the body. The beauty of this saree is the weaving of golden silk threads and these sarees are very easy to tackle.

Batik Print Sarees

These sarees are very creative and they are a mixture of wax and dye, one can easily wear them in any formal occasions.

One can also buy designer fancy bollywood sarees for party or evening gatherings.

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