Six yards of textile’s richest and most exquisite fabrics, draped around the petite or voluptuous frame of the Indian woman, lending her a kind of grace and beauty that to this day remains unparalleled and uncompromised. That is the Indian Designer Saree.

The Indian designer sarees come in a myriad array of colours and textures ranging from the very in vogue, bandhani sarees with minimal embroidery to very intricately adorned sarees with heavy embellishments of tikki, mirrors, beads, shells and expensive thread work. The fabrics used in designer sarees are also a mind boggling mix of brasso, brocade, chanderi, chiffon, crepe, cotton, georgette, lycra, satin, silk, tussar and velvet. There is a wide range of sarees from Designer Indian Sarees, Bridal Saris, Lehenga Sarees , Printed Sarees, Party wear Sarees, Handwork Saris to the simple bandhani sarees, cotton every day wear sarees . One can team up these Indian designer sarees with oxidized jewellery or ethnic jewellery made from a wide range of materials like shells, beads, lac, plastic, etc, for that haute couture look. And you can also take your pick of the fashion industry’s most renowned names, while selecting a saree, with big names like Satya Paul, Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Neeta Lulla, Anamika Khanna, Ritu Kumar, only to name a few.

The Indian designer saree is a quintessential part of every Indian woman’s closetbecause, it not only defines her identity but because, at the flick of the pallu, and a different draping style, the whole outfit can be modified and transformed and hence the same saree can be worn differently, at different occasions.

Though originally most saree were worn in the Nivi style and epitomizes the traditional Indian culture, the Indian designer sarees can be worn in a variety of ways and can be teamed up with trendy blouses like halter top blouse, airhostess collar blouse, tube tops, choli style blouse and the more contemporary and stylish bustier style tube top blouses and the bikini style blouse. Designer sarees can also be teamed up with trendy tops, like halter-tops, sleeveless tops, spaghetti tops, tube tops, and vests, for that very fashionable indo-western look.

The Indian designer saree has evolved over time, in tandem with liberalization and the changing phases of international fashion statements, the world across. Hence, today a saree can reveal just as much as it can hide! Sarees in the new day and age of haute couture are usually worn below the upper waistline, beneath the mid riff, giving rise to the low waist or low-rise designer sarees. Transparent designer sarees, in chiffon and georgette are a rage these days, with even benarassi thread work being applied to transparent and semi-transparent sheer fabrics.

Moreover, to buy one of these trendy tops, Designer Clothes and Indian designer sarees, you do not have to be a part of the elite anymore, since these sarees are available in very affordable price ranges along with the higher end, more expensive varieties as well, often under the same roof. You can make purchases of these sarees from not only the fashion outlets and designer boutiques at your nearest mall or shopping centre, but also through online boutiques and fashion stores.

Author's Bio: 

Over the years Emily William has provided latest Designer Sarees information with Indian bridal Designer Clothes and wedding wears at online clothing shops.