VT GREY FLOWER SAREE
|Saree Fabric||Pure Digital printed orgenza saree with lace border|
|Blouse Fabric||Banglori , Unstitch|
|Occasion||Wedding Wear, Traditional Wear, Any Function|
|Work||Digital Printed saree|
|Shipping||All India Free Shipping, out of india extra shipping charge|
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Clothing in India
Changes depending on the different ethnicity, geography, climate, and cultural traditions of the people of each region of India.
Recorded, male and female clothing has evolved from simple garments like kaupina, langota, dhoti, lungi, saree, gamcha, and loincloths to cover the body into elaborate costumes not only used in daily wear, but also on festive occasions, as well as rituals and dance show. India also has a great diversity in terms of weaves, fibers, colors, and material of saris. Sometimes, color codes follow in clothing based on the religion and tradition concerned. The clothing in India also encompasses the wide variety of Indian embroidery, prints, handwork, embellishment, styles of wearing cloths. A wide mix of Indian traditional clothing in india and western styles can saw in India.
It is a textile make from the fibers of the flax plant. Saree is laborious to manufacture, but the fiber is very strong, absorbent and dries faster than cotton. Cotton sari made of linen value for their exceptional coolness and freshness in hot and humid weather.
The collective term “linen” is still many times use generically to describe a class of woven or knit bed, bath. Table and kitchen textiles traditionally made of flax-based linen but today made from a variety of fibers. The term “linens “refers to lightweight undergarments such as shirts, chemises, waist-shirts, lingerie (a cognate with linen), and detachable shirt collars and cuffs. All of which were historically make almost exclusively out of linen.
Ornamentation and decorative accessories.
Buy Designer sarees online woven with one plain end (the end that conceal inside the wrap), two long decorative borders running the length of the sari, and a one to three-foot section at the other end which continues and elaborates the length-wise decoration. This end calls the PALU; it is the part throw over the shoulder in the nivi style of draping.
Simple hand-Designer villagers’ saris often decorated with checks or stripes woven into the cloth.
Sometimes bend and weft thread was tie-dye and then woven, creating ikat patterns. Sometimes threads of different colors woven into the base fabric in patterns; an ornamented border, an elaborate PALU, and often, small repeated accents in the cloth itself. These accents call butties or butties (spellings vary). For clothing in india, these patterns could have woven with gold or silver thread, which call zari work.
Styles of draping
- Nivi styles originally worn in Andhra Pradesh; besides the modern nivi, there is also the kaccha nivi, where the pleats pass through the legs and tucked into the waist at the back. This allows free movement while covering the legs.
- Himalayan – Kulluvi Pattu is traditional form of woolen sari worn in Himachal Pradesh, similar variation is also worn in Uttarakhand.
- Maharashtra; this drape is very similar to that of the male Maharashtrian dhoti, though there are many regional and societal variations. The center of the sari (held lengthwise) place at the centre back, the ends buy forward and tied securely, then the two ends wrappe around the legs.
- Madisar this drape is typical of Iyengar/Iyer Brahmin ladies from Tamil Nadu. Traditional Madisar wear using 9 Yards saree.
- Gobbe Seere This style wear by women in the Malnad or Sahyadri and central region of Karnataka. It wear with 18 molas saree with three-four rounds at the waist and a knot after crisscrossing over shoulders.
- Assamese This sari style is three-set garment known Mekhela chador. The bottom portion, draped from the waist downwards call Mekhela and veil known as Chadar and wear with long sleeve choli.
- Manipuri – This saris style is also worn with three-set garment known as Innaphi viel, Phanek lower wrap and long sleeved choli.
- Khasi – Khasi style of sari know as Jainsem which is made up of several pieces of cloth, giving the body a cylindrical shape.
|Dimensions||13 × 12 × 3 cm|