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 Sarees (साडी)

Saree - one of the most humble and versatile traditional attires that every Indian woman proudly flaunts will never go out of trend. You can find the best sarees online for every occasion at Karagiri.

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A saree (or sari) symbolises grace, femininity and suave. The way this ensemble accentuates the best features of a body shape makes it popular among many. Let's not forget the versatility that this piece of clothing offers. 

Buying a saree online (साड़ी ऑनलाइन) is an exciting experience, and at Karagiri, we ensure it stays this way. This six-yard fabric comes in all shapes, sizes and prints on the website. Whatever occasion you are celebrating, the handpicked collection at Karagiri has what you need. 

Karagiri’s collection caters to all tastes and preferences. Want to stick to your cultural roots? Our Kanjivaram and Banarasi pieces will leave you spoilt for choice. Want to add a hint of glamour and a modern twist to your look? Perhaps a lightweight, pastel-hued Organza or a Georgette is the way to go. 

Beautiful and Elegant Collection Of Sarees

At Karagiri one can choose from 50+ varieties and 10,000+ designs. 

Cotton

It's the comfiest and the lightest fabric, making it the best choice for the summer season. Cotton Sarees have been an absolute favourite for most women because of their amazing comfort. Cotton is a fabric that easily absorbs sweat, helping you beat the heat in style.

Georgette

Georgette is one of the most unique fabrics. The coarse texture of the fabric makes it perfect for the spring season. Georgette sarees are known for having extraordinary designs in their fall.

Silk

Silk has been a crowd favourite for a long time thanks to the luxurious appeal of the fabric. The sheen and lustre of the silk fabric offer unmatched aesthetic value, while the fabric itself offers fantastic comfort. Silk is a popular choice for special occasions such as weddings.

Organza

Organza is a fabric cultivated from organza silk. It's one of the most stylish saris, perfect for summer.

Banarasi Sarees:

These saris are known for their zari work, stunning borders and rich appeal. The saris are not only popular in northern India but are also widely worn across the globe. Banarasi is one of the most popular fabrics today. When styled correctly, these make for a great party look. 

Paithani Sarees:

These saris originated from the town of Paithan and are known for their peacock motifs, found on the border and the pallu. A Paithani saree has a luscious appeal.

Kanjivaram Sarees:

Also known as the Kanchipuram saree, this originated in southern India and is famous all over India today. They are known for their lustrous silk fabric, which has a rich appeal. Kanjivaram is generally woven with silver and golden threads, which makes them stand out.

How To Style Sarees For Different Occasions?

It's important to remember that one should go for gold jewellery for saree having a golden undertone or golden work, and one can go for silver, diamond or even pearl jewellery for saris having a silver undertone or silver work.

The undertone of a sari gives us a lot of clues; it helps us in choosing the right accessories.

With that said, different occasions call for special efforts. Here’s how you can style your saris for the most special occasions you are a part of. 

A Lovely Pre-Wedding Tradition for Women

No wedding trousseau is complete without adding a collection of finely crafted, vibrant sarees. Be it family heirlooms passed down to the bride or timeless pieces the bride collects herself, it is an experience that a woman cherishes forever. 

The emotions, tradition and excitement that saree shopping before one’s wedding evokes are unmatched. It is during these moments that family bonds become strong and deep.

With the fabrics, patterns and trends available today, you will definitely have plenty of options. While this process is sentimental and allows you to delve into the rich cultural heritage, it can seem like a task. So, here are quick tips you can keep in mind when going saree shopping before your wedding.  

  • Establish a budget before you start your search. It will help narrow down your choices and help you pick the best ones without compromising preference or quality. 
  • Don’t stick to one style of saree, experiment instead. Sarees have evolved. Take advantage of this evolution in the world of fashion. 
  • Think about the occasions. Are you planning to wear a saree to any of the pre-wedding functions? Is there any event coming up right after your wedding? It will help you prepare better. 
  • Lastly, think long-term. Consider if you can turn the saree into a family heirloom or wear it to other occasions if you repurpose it.

For Parties and Concerts

The common perception is that only Western outfits are appropriate for concerts and parties. However, Indo-Western looks are in trend these days. The best part is you can easily create their own indo-western look at home.

You can choose from printed, georgette, chiffon or even light-embellished sarees and pair them with a choker necklace or even diamond or stone jewellery.

You can even style them with a crop top and leather tops. This would add an exquisite element of fusion to the whole look. To complete your look, add chunky jewellery or go for statement pieces. One can also go for rings, bangles or even hair accessories. Adding a jewelled clutch or even an embellished sling bag is also a great idea to elevate your look.

How To Drape A Saree?

Typically, the length of a saree can range from four to nine yards. This length can make it difficult for beginners to drape one. However, wearing a saree will no longer be a challenge with some practice. Once you get into the habit, it can be very convenient for you to drape one in just a matter of a few minutes.

Take the saree and wrap it around your waist. Make sure you are wearing a petticoat/ underskirt/seamless shapewear and blouse before you start draping. It's important to tie it around the waist properly so that you can tuck in your saree so it doesn't fall off. 

The first and most important step is to create a knot on the top corner of the plain end of the saree. Secondly, insert this knot into the petticoat. The embroidery should be facing out.

Wrap the saree around your waist from the right to the left. The fabric has to be inserted into the petticoat around the waist.

Then comes the pleat. Make pleats by turning the cloth from the thumb to the index finger. It is important to secure it with a safety pin so that it stays in place. Lastly, insert the pleats into the petticoat.

The other part of the saree will become your pallu. Take that fabric round from right to left. One can pleat or let the pallu fall over the arms. The pallu should generally touch the end of the back of the knee. 

Secure the pallu over your shoulder with a safety pin. One can also pin a brooch on the shoulder to glamourise the look.

FAQ

How To Look Noble In Saree?

A simple and noble look is as simple to achieve in a saree. Choose the fabrics like silk and georgette for that rich look and easy drape. The colour of your choice is the statement of your style and character. The draping style should be such that provides comfort and elegance at the same time. Add intricate jewellery based on the saree design and blouse style. Opt for make-up in the matching color palette that should be with earthy tones to accentuate your natural look providing you confidence in your own skin. Carry yourself with grace with this perfect look.

Which Saree Is Softest?

The softness of the saree is derived from the fabric it is made of. Some of the commonly known soft fabrics for sarees are Chiffon, Georgette, and high-quality silk. Chiffon sarees are light in weight, airy and can be draped with ease thus can be considered the softest saree. Georgette too is light and drapes beautifully. Silk, based on the variety of silk, can also be soft, easy to drape, and comfortable while providing a rich and elegant look.

Which is the best site to shop for sarees?

When shopping for a saree, we recommend platforms that offer a seamless experience, like Karagiri. The Karagiri platform goes beyond a diverse collection of sarees for every taste. The user-friendly interface and reliable customer support make this platform excellent for purchasing a saree online. 

Not only that, Karagiri’s jewellery collection helps you find your entire look at just one stop, all from the comfort of your home. From earrings to trendy neckpieces, you can choose accessories from a wide range of options.

Which saree is in trend now in 2024?

Sarees have evolved. Time-honoured silk and cotton fabrics now have more lightweight, more delicate companions - Chiffon, Georgette and Organza. In 2024, traditional trends seem to go hand-in-hand with modern twists. This fusion combined with the finesse of a saree has led to it retaining its popularity.

But if we are to talk about colours, bright and vibrant colours do seem to have taken a back seat. Pastel shades and subtle hues are now finding their way to the wardrobes. These shades work not only for a summer wedding but also look posh when worn to official events. 

Accessorising the saree with belts, jackets and boots is also trending in 2024.

Which Colour saree is trending?

Thanks to the new trend of individuals experimenting with their looks, no colour has been left behind. 

While pastels like baby pink and powder blue or monochromatic tones like ivory and champagne are in the lead, some quirky sari shades are also making the headlines. 

Today’s women are embracing deep and rich jewel tones, such as emerald green and ruby red. These shades exude elegance and boldness like no other. The earthy tones of terracotta and olive are also turning into timeless choices for those with a strong connection with nature.  

Which saree is good for daily wear?  

When we think of wearing a saree at home, comfort, lightweight and easy-to-carry are three characteristics that pop into our heads. We have chores to take care of, so a saree that is not too embellished or designer is an ideal choice. 

A few almost weightless and breathable fabrics are cotton, linen, georgette and chiffon. Also, you don’t have to stick to solids. There are a plethora of prints and patterns available today. Buying a saree for home doesn’t have to be boring. Comfortable? Definite yes. Monotonous? No way!

How to choose a saree for a wife?  

So you have decided to gift your wife a saree. It’s a thoughtful and cherishable gesture. But choosing a saree can seem a bit challenging. There are too many options for fabrics and designs. We are sure it gets overwhelming. Here are a few tips that will help make this easier: 

  • Keep her taste and personality in mind. 
  • Think of the occasions when she can wear a saree. Also, consider the time of the day. 
  • Don't skimp on the gift. Add matching earrings or a neckpiece to make it extra special. 

The best way to pick a saree is by going through her closet and understanding her style. Happy shopping!

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