Silk Sarees shows the brilliant craftsmanship skills for which Indian culture is famous around the world. From Banarasi silk saree to evergreen Kanchipuram silk sarees or the exquisite Mysore silk sarees a bride has a plethora of options to choose from. To name a few there are Banarasi silk sarees, Kanchipuram or Kanjivaram silk, Mysore silk, Chanderi silk, Bhagalpuri silk, Tussar silk, Konrad silk, Thanchoi silk, Paithani silk, bandhani silk, cotton silk and so on. The silk clothes woven from different states vary in designs and patterns. Each of these wedding silk sarees represents the rich culture of South India. We bring you the latest pictures of beautiful silk sarees that are in trend. These photos will give you a million ideas and lots of inspiration. So, without delaying a moment go and scroll down the images to choose the best style of silk saree for your wedding.
Wearing a silk saree for the wedding? let us first tell you it cannot get classier than this. Brides dressed Traditionally carry a certain charm which is unmatchable otherwise. Silk sarees have a huge traditional and cultural connotation in India. Wedding silk sarees never get out of trend, but even as you read this someone has set a new trend somewhere and the world is going gaga about it. You surely do not want to miss out on these images of latest trends in silk sarees.
Did you know, there existed so many varieties of silk sarees? Are you now confused with all the choices? Ok, Allow us and we will simplify it for you. Here are some varieties you can choose for your wedding. Hoping the images and details listed below helps you choose the right one.
Banarasi silk as the name goes by it is woven in Banaras also called Varanasi. Banarasi silk sarees define luxury among the clan of silk sarees. Banarasi silk is the paragon among silk sarees in India. The intricate designs, delicate embroidery inspired by Mughals adds the kind of richness which is paramount. The bright and colorful palate is a trademark of Banarasi silk sarees. A Banarasi wedding silk saree can take about 15 days to 6 months to complete based on the complexity in design.
Kanchipuram sarees are common among South Indian brides. These sarees are famous for their ornamental look. Kanchipuram sarees have a sophisticated zari work with a distinct thread from Gujrat that marks its significance. The unique part of these sarees in that the saree and border and woven differently and then attached strongly. These sarees have wide contrasting borders of checks, temple designs, Buttas, stripes and so on. The designs on Kanchipuram sarees are inspired by images and scriptures from temples across South India. The sarees exclusively woven with gold and silver thread are preferred for bridal wear.
Mysore silk saree is yet another celebrated traditional wear among South Indian brides. It carries a certain resemblance to both north and south India. These sarees are woven with the best quality of mulberry silk. Mysore silk saree is a pure silk saree with golden zari border, though this was inherited from the royal legacy it is still kept intact and is now an exclusive of KSIC. It is also used across India for various religious ceremonies. Mysore silk can be a boon for those looking to buy something exuberant which won’t leave a hole in their pocket.
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