Sarees; the iconic symbol of India, have been there since the circa. One of the oldest in traditional attires of India and all over the world, it is the most popular and favored attire of Indian women. From Benarasi to Kanjeevaram, sarees have won many accolades for its gracefulness, humility and not to forget its myriad hues and texture. Nothing can match radiance, vigor and sparkle that exudes from it
Derived from the word "Sattika" in Prakrit, sarees are long unstitched and unpleated garment which ranges from five to nine meters in length. A symbol of India’s legacy and rich heritage, its origin can be traced back to Southern India. It is also considered a sign of royalty as it has been worn not only by women of Indian households but also, air-hostesses and Maharanis (Indian queens).
Though sarees are just a single piece of clothing, they are draped over the body in amazing various styles according to regions. Be it anniversaries, weddings, parties or festivals, sarees are the preferred attire as it believed to be very auspicious and holy. Not only this, they enhance the look of even the most ordinary woman & turns them into stunning and gorgeous beauties
Today, these single gorgeous pieces of clothing have undergone a metamorphosis. One can now find both conventional and contemporary styles and blends which are available in a wide range of colors, fabrics, styles and designs. Though these have undergone a change so as to suit the growing demand of uber cool women of India, they still exude the same charm & everlasting beauty.