Sarees are an evergreen fashion trend that has made its place in the international fashion news as well.
Every state has its own variety of fabrics and styles of weaving that have contributed to a vast spectrum of sarees in India.
Comfort being an important aspect in fashion styles, the type of fabric must be considered before you decide to buy a saree.
To make it simpler, we’ve listed the types of saree fabrics that are a must for every woman’s ethnic wardrobe:
When comfort comes first, cotton is the primary choice. This saree fabric is so versatile that it can be worn both on an everyday basis and of course, on special occasions. From office to weddings to festivals, cotton sarees remain the answer!
Silk is known for its luxurious texture and vibrant appeal. With silk, you have a plethora of choices to pick from, be it ‘Kanjeevaram’ silk, ‘Sambalpuri’ silk, or ‘Assam’ silk. Moreover silk sarees remain our savior for weddings and parties; we bet you agree!
3. Synthetic Fabrics
Synthetic fabrics like crepe, rayon and chiffon are ideal for those who are not regular sari wearers. Known for their lightweight yet soft and smooth texture, they are easy to pull off for those who are not used to managing the elaborate fall and the pallu of heavier sarees.
Net sarees are one of the hot fashion trends in recent times, with the sheer trend leading on the global runways. Net sarees are often decorated with detailed embellishments, embroidery or motifs, which make them apt for celebratory occasions like cocktail parties and wedding receptions.
5. Fiber Cellulose Fabric
Fiber cellulose sarees are popular for their unique blend of style and comfort. Designer party wear sarees crafted from this fabric feature unmatched fluidity without compromising on comfort. Besides, they are organic and lightweight, which makes them ideal for events like summer evening parties.
Shop for the latest fancy designer sarees by LIVA, a fiber cellulose fabric that has a lightweight, fluid texture. From office wear to party wear sarees, you’ll find a large range of new designer sarees by LIVA. Take the fluid fashion route this season and look your best!
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