6 Types Of Silk Sarees Every Girl Must Have!

Saree not sorry!

By Ancy Donal

Wedding silk sarees are timeless and an essential part of any bride’s trousseau. It’s the kind of outfit you can wear any time and it never goes out of fashion, in fact, it becomes better with age. Silk sarees offer grandeur and elegance to the bride, considered worthy for this golden stage of life, and there is so much variety available in silks that any bride will fall for.

Here’s a list of silk sarees, which you can add to your wardrobe without thinking twice:


The Kancheevaram

Kancheevaram silk saree is one of the most gorgeous wedding silk sarees one can find. They are traditionally made in a small town called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. These sarees have a distinctive temple border and temple designs, they come in vibrant colours and contrasts. Some sarees have fairly big gold zari borders and some have smaller zari borders as well. The borders and the silk are usually in striking colours which always makes the saree stand out in a crowd.



The Banarasi

These wedding silk sarees are made from some of the finest hand-spun silk and originated in Benaras in Uttar Pradesh. The designs have a great Mughal influence which comes through in the intricate work. These sarees have zari borders with smaller designs throughout. The Banarasi silks can be found with a variety of designs and some are quite contemporary with modern designs.



The Patola


Patola sarees are distinctive with its geometric designs and vibrant colours. They come from the town of Patan in Gujarat. These days Patola silks come in contemporary designs and look good for any occasion, they are light and bright and look very stylish

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