India is known for its diverse fabric range like no other nation, and this is quite evident from the smooth, rich and lustrous effect that can be seen on the various attires, that are worn during special occasions. Indian festivals and weddings are occasions, when a traditional fashion lover can witness the variety of fabric and ornate embroidery work that tells a beautiful story about true ethnicity. The silk, Chiffon, Georgette, cotton, satin and velvet are some of the most preferred fabric materials, when it comes to designing a classic bridal attire, and Indian costumes look really elegant and gorgeous on these pristine quality fabric. Coupled with that, is the rich natural dye colors, intricate zari/zardosi embroidery, thread work and lacework that instantly catches the attention of all. The Indian fabrics of today are far more lustrous in effect than what it used to be in the mid 70s & 80s. Today, one can choose from a variety of options, such as pure Mysore silk, Assam Muga silk, satin, pure cotton & khadi, apart from the Georgette, Chiffon and lycra fabric hat are made into sarees, kurtis and leggings. It is to be noted, that today a majority of Indian women wear traditional saris and salwar kameez from either of these materials, which are comfortable to wear, and at the same time look highly fashionable.
Silk & Velvet are Always Stylish
Indian silk attires like the Kanjivaram saree and the Banarasi saree are the two most brilliant examples of Indian craftsmanship on pristine fabric, that deserves admiration and attention. Similarly, it is the velvet and satin wedding gowns that are becoming increasingly popular among the city brides, who wish to look ultra gorgeous and be in the limelight on their auspicious day. The pure cotton and lycra leggings are also among the best-selling casual and fashion outfits among the city girls, that prefer wearing them for parties and also during festivities, as they are really comfortable and stylish. But above all, it is the 100% pure cotton fabric dresses that are loved and preferred by all here in India due to its comfort aspect. So, if you are looking to buy something qualitatively superior for everyday wear, I would always suggest attires that are made from cotton fabric, firstly due to its affordability and secondly due to its wearability. But if you are looking to buy a special occasion wear, it would certainly be a pure silk dress, be it an Indian saree or a gown, that best catches the attention of all.