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Sari – Forever-Lasting Trend in India

Thursday, 28 April 2011

indian sariSari is known as the traditional clothing for females in India and it is the essential part of national culture. Sari is often used by European women for fun and for thematic parties for exotic look and as the approach to consider and touch the ethnic culture that is trendy. Fashion designers who seek for new concepts and fresh ideas find sari suitable to experiment and realize all outspoken solutions. Sari is used to add some unique and vivid look to the image, though it is not the clothing for everyday life and this is obvious for many.

India is the country with the century-old traditions and most women have lots of sari as every day wear, different from occasion to occasion, by the way. Sari is the touch to the culture, and moreover, a woman looks incredibly feminine and attractive in sari. This garment is not considered as the capsule where the Indian woman has to hide her body if she is born in that country. This is a cloth of fabric draped around the female body in an intricate way which makes a woman attractive falling down the body shapes and floating with every single movement. This is all secret about the sari in other corners of the world. Sari is like a delicate tunic to wear with the purpose to accentuate the natural grace, femininity and sexual appeal.

When not worn, a sari is a one-piece cloth of textile. The fabric of one meter in width is usually about twelve meters in length. Sari has not been that long all the times. It was far more complicated in ancient times. That could seem astonishing but several centuries ago the Indian women put on sari on naked body. One the one hand, it is far away from stable moral traditions and basis of the nation, and on the other hand, this again shows the thirst for the sexual attractiveness leaving men touched and caring.

Sari is depicted in one of the Indian legends which tell about the negligent ruler Pandava who was the passionate dicer and who lost all his property including his beloved wife Draupadi. The winners demanded that Draupadi got naked and then one of winners tried to strip Draupadi of her sari. Draupadi prayed to Krishna to protect her and when her sari was unwrapped layers by layers, her sari kept getting extended.

Traditionally sari is made from various fabrics. It can come as cotton for poor people and silk for richer women, ad embroidered with precious stones at the edge on the top of it. Today sari is put on over the petticoat which is a waist-to-floor garment, tied tightly at the waist and a tight-fitting blouse which should be of the same color as the sari to keep the harmony in color.

The Indian women know the twelve approaches to put on sari, though most trendy method is nivi as classical and universal. The sari is tucked with its plain end into the petticoat, a little bit to the right of the navel. The lower end of the sari should be long to touch the floor. Then wrap the sari around again when sari comes back in front, on your right side. Tuck the pleats into the petticoat, in the manner when they open to the left of you. Drape the remaining fabric around once more from left to right, and bring it round your thighs to the front, holding the top edge of the sari. Raise the remaining end of the sari on the back to bring it up under the right arm and over the left shoulder. The end is draped, from the left shoulder onwards called the Pallu. The end can be fastened to the blouse to prevent from slipping off the shoulder.

Sari is regularly employed in fashion collections of European designers when from time to time couturiers show their longing for the ethnic cultures. However, basically designers get inspired at the Lakme Fashion Week held in Mumbai where rare designer refuses to offer sari as a collection item. The Indian designers are professionals in making different sari since they feel free to change their traditional garment to cause envious replies and comments.

Today sari is often seen at social routs when it is demonstrated as the part of luxury atmosphere. It is also employed as a wedding element when a bride is willing to have a wedding party a-la Indian culture or any ethnic fashion, on the whole. Elizabeth Hurley appeared wearing sari at her wedding party since she married to an Indian native. The pink-and-red bridal ensemble was embroidered with precious stones of the four thousand pound sterling cost.

Puffy airy drapery seems to be the perfect solution for the summer wear, for urban wear or as a beach garment. It might happen soon, but today sari is still the exotic garment which.

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shweta   |2011-06-04 03:13:37
like visit here..honour to get the knowlege of official wearing in tradditional style..ie.most imp.thank u
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