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Best classical Indian wedding Sarees that are worth a buy this fashion diva Season!

As it is rightly said, India has a diverse culture. There are different traditions followed by different types of people. Every state has their variety and speciality of traditions and rituals carried out. All such rituals have their specific traditional outfit. Wedding rituals are different for different states and different religions. Outfits worn during wedding also differs state wise or religion wise. Indian weddings have variety of mixture from being loud weddings to calm and peaceful weddings.

India is definitely known for its weddings and all the different rituals done during, pre and post the wedding. And not only that, India is famous for the wedding outfits. Different types of colourful, vibrant, loud, subtle, designer outfits are to be noticed in an Indian wedding.  In this fashion driven world, the fashion designers are continuously inventing new fashion trends in this wedding outfit industry. The traditional outfits are given a modern twist now a day. There are many different types of sarees worn in Indian weddings. Every state has its own style and type of bridal wear such as Kanjeevaram sarees are worn in Tamil Nadu, Patt sarees are worn in Kerala, and many more. In the traditional times, red sarees were considered as a bridal colour in the Indian culture. But now a day, everyone likes to experiment with their bridal wear by wearing different pretty colours be it bright colours or pastel colours.

Indian Wedding sarees is supposed to be the most elegant saree in a woman’s closet. Many women go for designer sarees instead of the traditional ones as per their choice. Designer sarees are chosen because the light fabric is easy to carry and the heavy work on it gives it a luxurious look. The light weighted saree can be carried off easily even in high temperature. It is also called style with comfort saree. Lehenga sarees are now trending in the market. It gives a contemporary yet stylish in vogue look. To get away from the numerous drapes, lehenga sarees are most trending among the youth. Be it bright rich patterns to delicate patterns, lehenga sarees add a different look to the wearer.

If we check the traditional sarees, many women still prefer wearing traditional outfits to show respect to their traditions. Paithani sarees are worn mostly by the women of Maharashtra state. It was originated in the city of Aurangabad in Maharashtra. Paithani is a silk saree. It usually is made with gold thread work. Bright colours with gold thread work are a traditional paithani design. Traditionally, real gold was used in the gold thread work. 

Embroidery sarees are also worn in few northern states in India. The pure silk with different motifs on it gives a vibrant look. Net sarees are very famous in north side of India. Different embroidery or zari work adds up the look of the saree. Zaridoshi work on a net or silk saree surely makes it throw a heavy look, making it appropriate for the wedding. In Assam, the brides usually wear white silk saree with red borders during the conventional times. The sarees worn in Assam are called as Muga silk saree. Bandhani sarees are eminent in Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is made out of a technique called tie and dye. Pattu sarees are famous in Kerala. Sarees with dots on it along with a cream based background and golden border is prominent in Kerala

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