Cotton Sarees- the Embodiment of Elegance
Sarees! Oh how we love them as they add grace to our personality. Known as the oldest Indian traditional wear sarees undeniably makes a women look much more desirable and beautiful.
Sarees come in a variety of fabrics like cotton, nylon, chiffon georgette, silk and numerous other varieties. Cotton sarees are the most preferable wear during summers and mostly during day time as nights are generally reserved for silks and other fabrics. Cotton is best known for its skin friendly texture. Any formal occasion beckons the need of a saree as it gives you a smart and orderly look. A favorite among Bengalis, cotton sarees comes in varied patterns and styles. West Bengal has a hot and humid climate thus the cotton material serves as a big comfort for the wearer. The most popularly worn Bengali cotton sarees are Tant, Jamdani and Baluchari, while Tants are a daily wear and can be worn for any occasion. Jamdani and Baluchari are quite expensive worn generally during special events. Jamdani is one saree when carried with style will surely win many hearts and yes also expect loads of compliments and jealous glances too!!
Cotton sarees were mostly hand woven earlier but now we find them majorly machine woven but still in some remote parts of Bengal one can find the traditional weavers who weave sarees by hand.
Although the wearer should know how to smartly carry the saree and also proper upkeep of the garment is needed by starching and pressing it carefully. But cotton sarees are specially a boon for thin people as they provide a plump look to them. Be it an office meeting requiring a decent look or being worn for a party with matching accessories cotton sarees are a hit everywhere. Cottons sarees add sophistication to your professional look whether you are a doctor or a teacher.
One can find prevalence of cotton sarees in every Indian state, each state possesses its own indigenous skills in cottons having different type of weaving, textures, motifs, printing techniques and colors. Cotton lovers can choose from a wide range of Indian cotton sarees like the nature based Sambalpuri, Bomkai and Vichitrapuri sarees of Orissa, Chanderi sarees of Madhya Pradesh with touch of silk, Venkatgiri fine cotton sarees of Hyderabad and Pochampalli sarees of Andhra Pradesh. Jute cotton, Kora cotton and Khadi cotton are some of the varieties of cotton sarees.
This famous Indian attire has admirers in abroad too. Due to availability of online shopping people from all over the world are ordering their favourite cotton sarees. Even the famous Hollywood actress Julia Roberts wore a elegant cotton saree in one of her movies. She sure was looking great. Bollywood actresses too look stunning when they wear sarees.
Published by John Smith on June 1st 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on June 7th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on April 27th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Jyoti Sharma on March 27th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Smith4john on April 5th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on July 16th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Jamaica987 on December 28th 2011 | Shopping
Published by Sunitakamboj on June 15th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on May 18th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on April 24th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Delbert White on January 3rd 2012 | Shopping
Published by Smith4john on April 3rd 2012 | Shopping
Published by Berrytim80 on February 3rd 2012 | Shopping
Published by Fashionstudio1 on November 28th 2011 | Shopping
Published by Abrahumsmith on December 7th 2011 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on April 26th 2012 | Shopping
Published by Jyoti Sharma on March 21st 2012 | Shopping
Published by James Blee on August 1st 2012 | Shopping
Published by Esha Sahni on July 2nd 2012 | Shopping
Published by Mary Porter on June 25th 2012 | Shopping