- Pink and Blue Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Resham Embroidery SAAS32039Special Price $93.00 Regular Price $186.00
- Light Orange and Teal Green Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Zari Embroidery SAAS32033Special Price $82.67 Regular Price $165.33
- Pink and Green Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Resham Embroidery SAAS32038Special Price $93.00 Regular Price $186.00
- Light Orange and Dark Pink Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Zari Embroidery SAAS32032Special Price $82.67 Regular Price $165.33
- Navy Blue and Pink Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Embroidered Border SAAT32587Special Price $38.75 Regular Price $77.50
- Pink and Wine Purple Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Zari Embroidery SAAS31447Special Price $69.75 Regular Price $139.50
- Pearl White and Pink Art Silk Half and Half Printed Saree SAAS31784Special Price $10.33 Regular Price $20.67
- Pearl White and Green Art Silk Half and Half Printed Saree SAAS31795Special Price $10.33 Regular Price $20.67
- Sky Blue and Grey Art Silk Half and Half Printed Saree SAAS31786Special Price $10.33 Regular Price $20.67
- Pink and Beige Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Zari Embroidery SAAS31451Special Price $82.67 Regular Price $165.33
- Magenta Pink and Golden Art Silk Half and Half Woven Saree SAAS31446Special Price $33.58 Regular Price $67.17
- Grey and Orange Art Silk Designer Patli Pallu Woven Saree SAAO24673Special Price $25.83 Regular Price $51.67
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- Pearl White and Blue Art Silk Half and Half Printed Saree SAAS31787Special Price $10.33 Regular Price $20.67
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- Orange and Beige Art Silk Half and Half Saree with Dori Work SAAS30621Special Price $36.17 Regular Price $72.33
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Variety Of Sarees Online for Women - Saree.com
Saree or Sari has a long history, sometimes even dating back to 100 BC. The multitude of varieties, colors, patterns, styling details, textures, fabrics available in saris make them absolutely fascinating outfits. Saris, as we know of them in contemporary form, are typically 6 yards (5.5 metres) in length and about 4 feet in breadth.
Indian women have been wearing Saree dress or saree as an outfit since times immemorial. And, despite changing times and Western influences, saree remains to be a popular dress form in India and among Indians across the globe.
The Maharastrian Navvari (about 8 meters), the South Indian half sari (3.5-4 meters), the Andhra Nivi, the Assamese Mekhala Chador, many Tribal styles, Kerala’s Mundum Neryathum, Goa’s Kunbis are various traditional styles of sari draping – the drape length and the fabric type/s vary in such drapes and styles.
A sari is typically worn with a form-fitting bodice, called as Saree Blouse or choli, cropped at the waist, and an under-skirt/ skirt called as petticoat, ghagra, chaniya etc. Most traditional saris have ornate or embellished borders running through their length. Besides enhancing the its appeal, the borders also keep the sari’s fall and drape in-place.
In contemporary and most popular draping style, one end of the flat fabric length i.e. sari is tucked into the waist band of the petticoat, the fabric is then wrapped around once, such that the end again comes in the front. Pleats are formed here and secured in petticoat’s waist band on the front side – near the navel area (in a regular Nivi style drape). The other lose end of the fabric – the Pallu – is draped over the shoulders, such that it covers the left shoulder and falls at the back. Another commonly used drape style is the Gujarati or Seedha Pallu drape. In this the draping is started the same way, but the pleats are inserted near the navel region – so they face right side (in Nivi – they face left)- and the pallu is draped over the right shoulder, such that the loose end falls in the front. Saree dress can also be draped in many other ways - some culturally accepted or followed, while many others indigenous ones, developed over time. Contemporary saree drapes also include drape style gowns, or actual saree dresses - which are stitched silhouettes that look like a saree. These are called as Sari Gowns. Ready to wear or pre stitched saree dress is also popular these days.
Saris have ornate and embellished Pallus in weaves like Ikat, Patola, Banarasi, Brocade, Kanjivaram etc. The Pallus and borders are often the focal point of saris, and thus, have many design elements. They may be embroidered or heavily embellished too – with hand or machine embroidery, crystals, diamantes, beads etc. Broad or narrow Zari borders and pallus are also a typical feature of many traditional drapes.
The modern-day Saree Online in USA, UK, Canada and Australia
Today, Indian saris are available in an unbelievably expansive and wide range of fabrics, weaves, colors, styles and more. From cottons to crepes, silks, nets, linens, cotton-silk blends, georgettes, chiffons and many more, the fabric base of sari can be played with vastly. Saris are also made in many new-age fabrics and evolved weaves.
Red saris are generally held as suitable for special and sacred occasions. Red and white Panetar saris and the green and red Gharchola sarees are the typical wedding attire for brides from the Indian states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Similarly, a South Indian bride’s look is incomplete without the rich kanchipuram, and a North Indian bride will invariably have an ornate, glistening Benarsai/ Banarasi and brocade in her trousseau. In Kerala, the brides wear white saris with gold borders for special rituals, while green ones are held as sacred in many other traditions, including Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
At saree.com, you can also get hundreds of styles in net, trendy half and half sarees, lehenga and party-wear sarees, reception and Latest Indian Sarees Online – in all sorts of lovely colors and embroideries. Saree.com offers free shipping for most locations across India. 99.99% secure worldwide shipping facility is available too – at nominal shipping cost. Now, you can get access to your favorite Indian fashion and stunning saris from anywhere in the world. Patrons from countries like USA, UK, Canada, Middle East, Australia, Spain, Germany etc. routinely order from us. Many of these satisfied customers claim that their festivals in places away from their home are incomplete with magnificent Indian-wear from saree.com.