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Exclusive Silks of Finery and Dazzle: Designer Silk sarees

Weddings are a way of life in India. They are recognized with pomp and elegance with gaiety and bonhomie across all levels of community with only the level of magnificence and spending different according to the pleasure of the individual in the festivities.

Customs differ across India; the wedding saree continues to be a common feature. Handloom soft silk sarees are conventional use, the wide range usually based on the area in India where the wedding is carried out.

Silk is a natural protein fibre produced by a silkworm spinning around its cocoon. This filament is unwound to obtain soft silk. The string is created which is coloured, distorted, last but not least weaved to produce silk. When coloured, this bright and smooth fabric adds charm of royals to the person dressed in it. The silk sarees are well-known all over the world for its durability, rich structure, colours, comfort and a permanent shine. Silk sarees are stylish, trendy, and fit for every season.Exclusive Silks of Finery and Dazzle: Designer Silk sarees

In South India, wedding sarees usually are the Pattu soft silk saree, specifically soft in feel, of rich thread work, eye-catching elements, styles and contrast borders. People buy sarees for the excellent weave quality and embellishing features like zardozi, Zari, gota embroidering, kundan work, mirror work, chamki work etc. that make them huge wedding wear sarees.

The famous silk handloom centres for traditional silk srees in South India include, Bangalore, Mysore, Kanchipuram or Kanjeevaram, Rasipuram, Arani, Chettinad, Dharmavaram, Coimbatore, Venkatagiri, Narayanpet, Pochampally, Gadwal, Uppada and Mangalagiri.

North Indians buy Indian wedding sarees like the Banarasi silks for the bridal dress, with traditional decorative finery and eye-catching zari work in pure gold and silver. The Chanderi Wedding Sarees in Silk and Sico, are known for their sheer quality, excellent texture, zari brocades, embroidering using Zardosi, Ari, Gota, Chikan etc. Hand-woven Chattisgarh & Bhagalpuri Tussar Silk sarees are known for their zari borders, motifs, handcrafted designs, tribe art that enrich them.

In the East of India, you have Bengal and Odisha, and Assam, Manipuri and Meghalaya as hubs for wedding sarees. Baluchari and Jamdhani silks, Sambalpuri, Patachitra and the Bomkai, Muga and Eri silks showcase the wide range and dynamics of excellent handlooms for wedding sarees.

Assam and Meghalaya sarees are known for durability and texture with eye-catching styles in zari and fashion printing of batik, block, Bandhini lehriya. You have accessories with kundans, pellets, and pearl jewellery to add to the allure. Bengal sarees have silk brocade styles, eye-catching elements on bright backdrops. Jamdani hand weaving, Dhaniakhali and Thangail weaving styles with gold thread motifs in geometrical styles and flower styles and motifs from nature, flora, fauna, accentuate the look further.

Good to own, and best to gift, an art silk saree is ideal for the category of sentimental silk wedding sarees. There is no lack of variety; there is also combination across types, resulting in the accessibility of rich and traditional silks for the traditional and much-celebrated occasion like weddings. The same sarees are also suitable for unique events such as festivities, religious events and huge events.