Saree is the first ethnic clothing we can think about in Indian Tradition. We have seen it worn by different age groups, whether girls or women and in different style. It is paired with blouse /choli either matching with saree or contrast and is worn on petticoat/Inner-skirt matching with saree or saree border. Sarees are all time in fashion for wedding, festival and occasions. In India at many places women wear saree as their regular wear. Saree gives the woman a feeling of femininity, charm and poise like no other outfit.
Sarees comes in number of styles like ruffle, gharchola, half and half, ready-choli, ready-pleated, shaded, bandani, panetar, etc. Sarees are made from different types of fabric like chiffon, silk, satin, net, brasso, georgette, crepe, cotton, shimmer, viscose, etc. It comes with different types of work and print like embroidery, zari, resham, mirror, gota-patti, diamond, zardosi, salli, thread, kutchi, lucknowi, kashimiri, stone, moti, tikki, butta, patch, latkan, woven, border work & block print, rubber print, etc.
Sarees itself is the best outfit for any religious festivals, formal-casual occasions, weddings, etc. But if you want to spellbind everyone then you can go for half and half saree. Half and half sarees are generally in two contrast colors. It is also made in two different fabric, lower draping is silk, georgette, etc and pallu side is net, chiffon, etc beautifully embellished with zari, resham, thread work, patch, lace, sequins, and stones which makes saree more attractive and captivating. This style of saree suits almost all occasion whether festival, wedding or party.