Parties are generally occasions for fun, enjoyment, social exchange. For women, it is also an opportunity to display their latest acquisitions in apparel.
The saree is an Indian fabric popular nationwide; a once traditional garment and also a national heritage that has assumed the level of a fashion statement. Sarees are light, airy, comfortable and come in very many varieties, fabric materials, designs, patterns and colours.
The occasion demands the type of saree that is to be worn at different types of parties.
Grand Parties like weddings demand long presence, easy movement, and maintenance of look all the time. Hence when comfort with appearance is prime, pattu saris or pure silk saris which are not very heavy, airy and with a lot of zari work and other finery would be a good choice.
Mysore silks and Kanjeevaram silks as well as Dharmavaram Silk Saris also known as Rajwadi Sarees are known for their broad borders and gold brocade embroidered pallus, available in a combination of soft colours, exquisite designs and varying patterns. Banarasi and Chanderi Sico fabrics have zari brocades with embroidery of different patterns as Zari Zardosi, Ari,Gota,Chikan.
The more informal kind of parties could have their cotton versions with brilliant floral designs or batik with beautiful floral prints and adornments like embroidery and patch work. Assam and Meghalaya silks, light in weight and with a lot of eye-catching motifs in zari and thread work would also be good choices. Art silk sarees with trending prints are a preferred choice of current times for their light weight, flowing style and airy comfort. The Bandhani Crepe Silk Sari having Jaipuri prints, with tinsel printing on them and border embroidered with kundans and sequins, would be a nice change for smaller house parties.
A very good variant, as the ‘Sambalpuri Bomkai saree’, whose print has a more appealing look on account of depictions of nature, animals and birds, would be preferred for traditional parties, house-warming parties and regional wedding parties.
Chattisgarh Sarees, famous for the special use of printing techniques of block batik and dabu in organic dyes have vibrant color combinations with tribal prints of trees, human figures, flowers, animals as popular motifs and Aari embroidery, jaali or net embroidery in geometric or floral design. Sico sarees with latest printings of block, batik, bandhani are lovely. All such varieties would be the right choice for social invites. Elegant embroidery patterns on the Sico or silk cotton saree enhances the appeal of the party wearer.
Summer parties demand something light and airy which should be absorbent and comfortable for the weather and occasion. South handloom Cottons with fancy designer prints and the Bengal handloom cotton sari famous for its fine, transparent texture and light weight Fancy artistic hand woven bootis, jamdhani design, printed motifs and hand painting, would do nicely.
The designer sarees with their trending fancy and abstract prints are a current rage that would do for any occasion but more so for parties and social occasions.
With more and more varieties in terms of designs, patterns, adornments and newer features, the saree and more so the party type can never be uninteresting. It is only a matter of how interesting so that the wearer could derive the satisfaction of being the focus of attention on most occasions.
Unnati Silks has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in vivid colours and pleasing combinations in its varied collection of Party Wear Silk and Cotton Sarees. Unnati is a one stop store for 300 + varieties of ethnic sarees and salwar kameeez. Dispatch is within 24 hours of order. Free delivery & COD is provided for retail. Worldwide express shipping caters to most countries across the world.
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