The Saree/Sari, after having survived hundreds of years of changes, invasions, colonizations, globalization has now emerged as a much fancied, glamorous and sexy outfit, seen adorned by beautiful women all over the world.
The Sari gives a women a sense of luxury, grace, elegance and femininity like no other. Sari is an attire that flatters the female form and if draped well, can also help hide a few faults here and there. A Saree is definitely an attention grabber, whether on the red carpet, or a friend’s wedding, or an office party. There is a saree for every occasion. Saree makes the woman wearing it feel like a princess, glamorous, beautiful and special.
Saree is truly the most versatile garment. The same Saree can be draped in several different ways, worn with different kinds of blouses, even trousers, and accessorized in numerous ways. Sarees come in a whole range of different fabrics, colors, patterns, with different prints, work…there is literally no end with the kind of variety one can have in the wardrobe with just a few sarees.
Saree is essentially a drape. A long, unstitched, decorated drape. This gives it a lot of potential to work with. Which ever way one drapes it, it works. This also gives designers a lot of freedom and creative potential to explore. The wearer also can have different looks with the same piece of garment. Thus, though the Saree has been around for centuries, its ways and styles have changed and evolved to suit the current styles, and it continues to evolve and change, without changing the basic elegance and feminine delicacy of the drape.