Designer sarees are created with the most luxurious fabrics, both traditional and modern. These sarees are often meticulously hand-woven with intricate designs and embellishments. Rich fabrics like Tussar silk, Banarasi silk, Dupion silk, muslin and Pashmina are frequently seen in traditional festive and bridal wear; however, designer sarees frequently use more flimsy and gorgeous fabrics like chiffon, georgette, net, tissue, organza, velvet and satin.
These trend-setting sarees may also make use of Indian fabrics like khadi and jute, which are not very well-known globally but have their demand.
Some cities are measured the fashion capitals in India, the places where the most elite and fashionable Indian clothes are produced. Some are earliest centres of textile and cloth production, like Hyderabad, which have turned into contemporary ethnic fashion hubs.
Designer sarees in sriveeras tend to be deeply influenced by the extravagant courtly Mughal fashions of the region, sporting a lot of intricate embroidery and glittering embellishments. One can also get many spectacular designer sarees in our store, a primary silk saree showroom in Chennai known for its beautiful gold thread woven fabrics. On the other hand, the magnificent collections of designer sarees will display more glamorous designs inspired by Bollywood, which is our speciality.
Designer sarees can be worn for any grand occasion, provided the right accessories and jewellery pieces are selected. In matching up these garments, it is important to keep in mind the kinds of embellishment on the saree itself. For instance, silver thread work should be matched with silver jewellery.
The beads work sarees will go with pearl jewellery. Western additions like stones and shining sequins will go well with American diamond jewellery and other vibrant stone studded necklaces.
You can also try to accessorize using the blouse outline. A very fashionable look right now is to match up a plain, unadorned saree made of luxurious fabric with brilliantly draped material like chiffon or silk with a designer saree blouse enclosed with arresting patterns.
Such a combination makes the blouse the centre of attention in the attire, creating a very exceptional effect. The blouse has to be unique to pull off this look. Designer blouses are often woven with fine gold threads, embellished with exquisite designs, decorated with glitzy patterns and is cut boldly and attractively.