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If you are someone who swears by the latest traditional south Indian sarees and would want to update your trousseau, then you’re indeed in the right place to gain knowledge about the south India traditional saree.
Stunner in ‘White’
Often you can spot a Malayalee bride in a golden border saree for temples and for festive occasions. This traditional saree was originally known as ‘settu’ saree and has got its way to relive with modern ‘Kasavu’ saree in place. Even though you’re a Christian or Malayalee – a ravishing white saree and glaring gold ornaments is a must!
Also, if you get a chance of attending a telugu wedding, you can spot the bride wearing white and red saree just like the traditional goddess saraswati resembling in the usual photo frame.
Resplendent in ‘Red’
Nowadays the defacto standard for royal silk sarees during bridal occasions is none other than the Royal Kanjeevaram silk saree. Extracts of these exquisite silk comes from the mulberry silk worms and ‘Zari’ comes separately from Gujarat. These are then attached and woven into a nine-yard saree. The Pallu and the border have etched designs of Ramayana, Mahabharata and some exquisite historical motifs embellished on the saree.
Moreover, online market has paved way for the handloom industry. This is the reason you can find innumerable trending south Indian traditional sarees in different patterns and price ranges online.
Moreover many of the retail outlets that sell kanjivaram sarees in Chennai and exclusive outlets in India have come up with concept sarees, 100 patterned floral motifs design, rainbow pattern saree and were able to set records by weaving such famous sarees.
Sleeky ‘Mysore’ Silk Saree
Mysore silk sarees are mostly available in Karnataka, Bangalore and Mysore district. These sarees do not come with heavy border; instead they come in single colour with narrow golden border. As far as patterns are concerned, not much of embellishments are noticed in this saree. Such sarees have more of silk and less of embellishments which makes the saree light-weighted and easy to accentuate your svelte figure. Try experimenting on contrast designer or beaded, mirror worked blouses to give a different look to your overall appearance.
Patterns of ‘Pochampally’ Silk SareeTo experience the smooth texture of ‘ikkat’ design work in south Indian silk, you must definitely buy Pochampally silk saree. The traditional geometric square grid interspersed with single or double coloured thread is one of the most obvious telling signs of pochampally silk saree.
With festive fervour soaring high, it’s time for a feisty makeover too.
All you have to do is to shop your favourite picks from the latest south Indian saree online sale and get to make use of the best opportunity.