This Bollywood Style Orange & Black Designer Saree is guaranteed to turn a lot of heads when you walk into that room. This creation from Bhuwal Fashions made of Georgette material ensure comfort, style and elegance.
Sari is perhaps one of the world's oldest and only surviving unstitched garment from the past. Over the due course of time, sari has not only been used as a sensuous clothing for women, but also as a 'canvas' for printers and weavers to put in their ideas and create an art of it. Indian variant of saree is usually five to six yards length of unstitched cloth, and sometimes it can go as long as nine yards. Sarees are wrapped around the waist and the end called "pallu" is put across the shoulder. There are a lot of varieties of saree with each of them having their own unique style. The basic difference in these different sarees lie in the manner in which the pallu is put across the shoulder.
The pallu is treated as the showpiece of the saree and hence is beautifully decorated with various kinds of decorative designs and embellishments. A saree is worn over a blouse. A petticoat is worn underneath the saree which is a waist to floor length skirt tied tightly around the waist. Blouses are too made in different fabrics ranging from cotton to silk. There are many different types of blouse styles too. The styles are differentiated on the basis of blouse cuts. Some of the popular designs are blouses with straps, boat neck, square necked, etc. Since the beginning of time in India, saree has been the most popular costume for Indian women. The elegance and the comfort it offers cannot be matched and it is well suited for the Indian climate too.