The saree is part traditional Indian dress in India, and every state has its own specific sarees having unique style which always remains in fashion. The Indian brides wear them in wedding and also try to keep several traditional sarees from ethnic wardrobe as given bellow.
- Traditional Banarasi Saree:
The city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh state of India is sacred for the Hindus and is the oldest living city of the world. The fine Banarasi saree are hand-woven here. These sarees have explicit embroidery which is impossible to miss. The Banarasi sarees have brocade with jamawar, zardosi and meenakari and its making may take up to six months.
- Traditional Bandhani Saree:
These sarees are also called as bandhej and come from the Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. These dye sarees are available in various designs and colours. The bandhani sarees are right for all festive occasions. The bandhani style looks regal not only in traditional yellow, green and red, but also in the contemporary pastel shades of pink.
- Traditional Patola Saree:
The Patola sarees come from the Indian state of Gujarat. These are known as the status symbol in Gujarat. The Patola sarees are costly due to its intricate design. These sarees are mostly custom designed. The Patola sarees are woven by few families in Gujarat