Traditional Indian Bridal Sarees – The Pride of the Weddings

Indian weddings are
magnanimously celebrated. Filled 
with  traditions  and 
rituals  that  continue 
for  several  days. For 
each  ritual  a variety 
of  dresses  are planned 
well  in  advance 
especially  for the  bride 
to  be. Indian culture from its
earliest days emphasizes on traditional saree wear. The  most 
auspicious  colour  for 
the bride  is  considered 
to be  RED. With  time 
this  notion  has 
changed  and  myriad colours    have 
come  into  vogue.

Nothing  in 
the  world  can 
match  the  splendour 
of  Indian  weddings. Keeping  in mind the grandeur  of 
the  wedding – the  bridal 
outfit  has  to 
be  equally  dazzling. Saree being the most elegant and
graceful dress is highly preferred.  It is
the most important day of life for the bride. “Rachit  Fashion” bring  an 
opportunity  for  you  to  select 
from  our  unique 

Best Sarees that you can Adorn on your Brightest Days
Kanjivaram  silk 
sarees  gives  a  rich  feel 
and  the royal  look . Known for their special weaved
technique. The end –piece (pallu) is woven separately and then interlocked
together. These  pure  silk 
sarees  have  a 
broad  golden/silver  zari 
border ,  is  a 
traditional  wear.

Chanderi- these  traditional 
sarees  from  Madhya 
Pradesh  are  produced 
in  silk,  cotton 
and  silk cotton  patterned 
with  woven  peacock, 
Flora  and  geometrics.
Banarasi  Tassar 
sarees  with  heavy  
interwoven  zari  both 
gold/silver  pallu, border  and 
motifs  all  over.

Saree  A 
six  or  eight 
yards   unstitched 
rectangular  cloth  can be 
worn  in  different 
styles  as  Traditionally 
according to  the  regions. 
The Bengali  style is the  easiest  
to  drape  with 
two  wide  pleats 
and  pallu  in front 
through  the  back 
of  neck. On the other hand the
Maharashtrian style saree is a 9 yard saree. 
Everyone wants to wear this style of saree. This style of wearing the
saree is the contemplated way to manage the body shape. Those who are thin seem
to look fuller and brides on the heavier side seem to look slimmer than their
usual self. The Mumtaz  style saree has
the complete stunning  retro  look  that
is clicked  instantly  in 
the  fashion  world 
and went on  to  be one of the most innovative draping  style. 
It involves draping several times around the lower body.

The Lehenga  style 
with  several  pleats 
tucked  around  the 
waist  to  give 
an impression  of  Lehenga. Normally  draped 
with  pallu  in 
front  to  display 
the  rich  embroidery 
of  the  pallu, this style is what a bride can fall in
love with. A simple saree that can be draped to look like the lehanga can later
be worn as a saree. This also saves the unnecessary expense of indulging in a Lehenga
which is not normally worn again.

It is not only the Saree
drape that mattes, but the entire festivity and the whole set of ensembles is
what beings a celebration to life. Despite the recent changes in the fashion
trends of the modern bride, the Saree still is considered to be the most worn
and the first preference of the bride.

The author of this article is an owner of the biggest Online Indian Saree Shop “Rachit Fashion”. Here
you can buy designer sarees and lehenga choli from anywhere in India.

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