Designer Saree – The New Era of Saree Designers…

14 Feb

The appearance of designer saree has been creating a great grand impact. Sarees are the traditional attire of India, where the history of origin can be traced back for over 5000 years.
The wearing sarees has undergone invariable changes where the importance of the most conventional attire has never vanished or got reduced.

Women are no longer required to wear the traditional and boring old saris of their mothers and grandmothers.

Along with the development of textile industry and fashion world, a range of sarees are introduced now and then. The latest and most prominent among them is nothing but a designer saree.

Designer saris are the only option of many women for all kinds of occasions, in particular wedding and party events.

If you ask me what a designer saree is, it is nothing but the transformation of traditional sarees with a range of modernizations combined with contemporary patterns. They are created in various colors with unusual designs and cuts. Generally, a women can wear a traditional saree in around 15 different styles, whereas, designer saris facilitate women to wear it in more than 40 different styles offering unique and stylish appearance. Rich designs are engraved in the designer saris, which include customized and contemporary prints, zari work, zardozi work, beads work, hand painting, embroidery, stones and beads, sequins, mirrors and much more.

Each designer saree is the outcome of the dream of the best sari designers and the artwork of the artists. Most designer saris are handmade.

Designer saris are always in the limelight of the fashion industry and considered the hot trend in the market, where the entire credit should be given to sari designers. Sari designers pay great attention to making an impressive designer saree with a graceful look. Moreover, they include unusual styles and creative patterns in the sarees, which are currently hot in the fashion market and highly demanded.

 

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