The famous nine yards of fabric draped by women all over in India, needs no introduction. Such is its grandeur that it is worn by women of all religions regardless of shape and size. The saree does not discriminate. If there ever was a national outfit for every country, the saree without doubt, would be India’s official attire for women. Over the years, saree, the traditional attire passed from generations to generations has seen many changes in its fabric, design and over all style.
India being a vast diverse country has a different vibe and culture with every state you visit. Every state of India has a particular way of wearing a saree. The craftsmanship that is associated with the saree has been passed on from generations to generations. Embroidery, the art of hand stitching elegant designs using colorful threads cannot be simply replaced by a machine. This makes saree different from other attires.
The rich embroidery designs on sarees can be attributed to its regional origins for example:
Today, the most in–demand sarees have embroidery done on the borders. The embroidery work is of various types, ranging from phulkari to kantha to chikankari and so on. This gives the saree an interesting edge, literally.
Saree with lace borders also make an appealing choice. A lace is used to enhance the fabric. A lace is made up of yarn and fabrics stitched together. Embroidery is also done on laces and is mostly hand stitched and delicately done. Best party wear Sarees with lace borders are in trend now.
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