Saree Styles for the Upcoming Wedding Season

Kanjivaram Saree

Depending on the quality, a kanjivaram saree can cost anywhere from a few thousand to 4-5 lakhs. 90% of the fabric in a pure saree is mulberry silk, and either all of the body or only the border is made of pure gold and silver zari threads.

Nauvari Saree

The Nauvari saree's length is how it got its name. Nuvar means nine. A traditional nauvari saree measures nine yards instead of the typical 5.5–6 yards, which makes it special. The border is tucked in at the waist and draped in the "Kashta" style.

Kerala Silk Saree

A Kerala saree, which comes in both silk and cotton, is the most similar style to the conventional Mundum Neriyathum. The strong golden borders give it a distinctive aspect to Kerala sarees, which shines out on an otherwise plain saree. It is the traditional cultural clothing of the Malayalam women.

Banarasi Saree

A Banarasi sari is one that was created in Varanasi, a historic city also known as Benares (Banaras). The saris are among the best in India, and they are renowned for their luxurious needlework, exquisite silk, and gold and silver brocade, or zari.

Bengali Bride Style Saree

Most Bengali brides prefer to dress in a crimson Banarasi saree with gold embroidery or embellishments to harmonise with their gold jewellery. A stunning red Banarasi saree, alta on the hands and feet, mathapatti, necklaces, mukut, and red and white bangles with gold complete the traditional Bengali bridal ensemble.

Paithani Saree

The ancient royal dynasties of the mediaeval town of Paithan, which is close to Aurangabad, are where the Paithani sari had its start. The sari, which bears the name of the place, is thought to have been fashioned in the beginning using the finest Chinese silk strands and locally spun pure zari.