9 Most Amazing Indian Bridal Saree Types
Saree has always ruled the hearts of Indian women. No wonder, the favorite Indian bridal wear is a saree. However, there is a vast diversity in the patterns, types, colors, embroideries and styles of bridal sarees. You will find many of them at Lalgate Fashion shop. It’s interesting to see some of them here.
Paithani sarees belong to Paithan city in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, after which it is named and is one of the most beautiful and expensive sarees in India. No wonder, it has become popular as bridal wear. Paithani is characterized by its typical borders and Pallu (the part of a saree that is left free flowing from over the shoulder – known as ‘Padar’ in Marathi). An authentic Paithani saree has real gold embroidery.
Kanjeevaram sarees are a treasure trove for centuries not only for South Indian but all Indian women. Though it’s named so, the saree basically belongs to Kuchipuram in Tamil Nadu and their characteristic is their lovely temple borders.
3. Net Sarees
While silk sarees are popular as a bridal wear in South India, most of the North India is more fond of netted sarees with a variety of embroidered patterns. Their unique feature is that they are transparent; however, due to richly embroidered thick blouses and petticoats they don’t expose body and look beautiful.
Banaras is a holy city for the Hindus; but it’s also famous for an unmatched piece of craft known as a Banarasi saree. An authentic Banarasi saree is of real silk with gold embroidery.
5. Sambalpuri Saree (Odisha)
While Odisha boasts of many lovely sarees like Bomkai and Katki, an Oriya bride chooses the most coveted Sambalpuri saree as her bridal wear. The most outstanding part of this saree is its unique design on the pallu.
6. Assam Silk
Assam silk is also known as Muga silk and is considered one of the finest silks in India. When it comes to bridal wear, this saree features white body with red borders and a typical lovely pattern.
7. Bandhani (Bandhej) Saree
Bandhani saree is very popular among the brides of Rajasthan and Gujarat and has a typical design and patterns of dots created wonderfully by tying numerous pinheads all through the saree and then dyeing it due to which the pattern is created. As such this pattern can be created on any fabric, but a bridal bandhani saree is made in silk.
The simple yet elegant Pattu saree belongs to Kerala. It’s typically white colored with golden borders and Keralite brides take pride in wearing them in their wedding.
9. Brocade Saree
Brocade saree is famous among modern Indian brides and many brides getting married in cities prefer them as their bridal wear. This saree is made with the gleaming brocade material typically in their borders and pallu.
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