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South Silk Sarees are extremely stunning. The sarees have an extremely appealing design which gives it a rich appeal. The sarees stand out because of there stunning borders and lustrous fabric. These saree have a grand appeal that makes gives them a distinctive look. They are one of the most luxurious sarees and are known for there alluring appearnce. One would truly look dazzling in these sarees. Some the silk sarees have heavily embroideried border while some are known for there distinctive pattern and unique designs.
Silk is one of the oldest fabrics in the world. About 97% of raw mulberry silk is produced in the southern states of India. Therefore the best silk saree is from the south. South silk sarees are traced back to the 27th century BC. Only the Chinese had silk fabric at that time. Later in 1710 when the east India company was launched in India by the Britishers, silk made its way into India. India is the only country producing all five kinds of silk, Mulberry, Eri, Muga, Tropical Tasar, and Temperate Tasar. Silk is a luxury fabric in Indian and therefore silk sarees are worn for special occasions and are wanted by many.
Different occasions to flaunt your south silk saree
South silk sari is so extravagant that it would look good for any occasion. From weddings to religious events to traditional days, these sarees are a perfect choice. Silk saree with the latest blouse designs will surely make you stand out from the crowd. These south silk saree are a perfect fit for bridal functions and brides too. They resemble gold and thus are also called weaves of god. The golden pallu gives a heavy and rich look and is a total fix.
Styling a south silk saree
One can style the south silk saree in many ways. One can go for tradition jewelry like kundan jewelry or south sets that would completeley elevate the saree like long elegnat necklaces, maang tikka, bangles and beautiful earrings. One can go for beautiful hair accessories like flower veils or hair brooches.
One can also style the saree with a traditional Indian belt called 'kamar bandh/patta'. These sarees would look great with traditional footwear and bags.These sarees are perfect for grand events, festivals and other events.
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