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Fashion: A Saree For Every Occasion

This Navratri Don a Saree, Indian Style

Saree is the national dress for Indian women and is one of the most beautiful and elegant outfits that woman across the world swear by. Indian sarees are a perfect combination of glamour and elegance. Draping a saree is an art and an instant way to look beautiful. All you need to know is how to wear it and which six-yard style suits you the best. 

Lots of factors come into play in determining the kind of saree you should wear. Let's talk about some of these so that you can look your best in a saree.

Different Types of Sarees

Everyday wear to Completely traditional, modern or boutique styles, you can get beautiful sarees in India for all kinds of events and requirements. You will be truly spoiled for choices and fabrics. 

You are not a regular saree person and would like to buy one for some special event or function? Getting party wear sarees online is extremely easy. There are lots of such brands and stores from which you can make your choice. For example, Jabong and Voonik. Looking for sale? You can check Voonik saree sale, which is available at exclusive prices online and has a unique coupon method. Using coupons while buying sarees online is the best way to save your hard earned money.

1. For everyday wear 
The best option for everyday wear are the cotton sarees, as cotton is the most breathable fabric and
stays put. You can be completely comfortable in this kind of fabric since you will be wearing it for
almost the whole day, be it at home or your workplace or anywhere you are going to visit. And the
most popular styles in this option are the Bengal cotton and South cotton. These are available in
various colours, in texture designs, embroidery, prints or colour block designs.

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2.   For the meetings 

If it is for the business meet or any other kinds of official meetings, your best bet would be to wear
simpler designs in raw cotton, or plane silk and muted colours. Avoid any embellishments or bling as
it can divert the attention of others in the meeting. Even pastel-hued chiffons or georgette sarees look
good. And as for the blouse style, it is better to go for straight cuts and high necks, so that you look
conservative and authoritative.

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3. For the pujas 

Pujas call for peace and the atmosphere stays more calm and subdued. So, sarees in light colours and
less bling are preferable for such occasions. Simple silk ones with less zari and floral motifs or cotton
numbers can be a good choice for the pujas. Always opt for the ones that help you create a traditional
and reserved look. Besides this, choose a piece that is lightweight so that you can move around
without a problem.
 
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4.  For parties 
The designer sarees in chiffon and georgette are best for parties. You need not always wear western
numbers to look bold and modern. Latest in trend net, chiffon and georgette sarees look beautiful if
worn the right way. You can choose these based on the party theme and type.

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5.    For weddings
Weddings are royal affairs and you need to choose the best in sarees that spells rich work and
festivity. Banarasi sarees and south silks like Kanchivaram and Arani are your best bet. Be it your 
own wedding, or your family member’s or may be your friends’, ornate and heavy silk sarees look
magnificent. If you don’t already own one, add some to your wardrobe.

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6. For romantic dinner 
Net and chiffon sarees in light designs look great for romantic dinners and dates. Couple this with
designer blouses and you are going to look your fabulous best!

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So, these are some ideas for Indian sarees for every occasion. Do let us know which one is your favourite. Start collecting all these styles one by one so that you can wear these to wherever you go, whenever you like and look your best without much effort.



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