Wedding sarees are heavy – with a combination of embroidery and embellishments like fancy patchwork, stones, beads, pearls, sequin etc. Different communities have different kind of wedding sarees. Brocade and silk are the most popular choices for wedding sarees.
Bridal designer sarees are wedding sarees sold by specific designs. These sarees have lots of fancy embellishments. The advantage with designer bridal sarees is the customization part, meaning the clients can specify their preference and budget.
Printed sarees can be casual or fancy as per the prints on them. For regular and casual wear, the prints are varied and on light fabrics. Fancy printed sarees come in slightly more expensive fabric and have heavier, bigger prints on them. Printed sarees are ready for wear to work places.
Sarees with heavy or light thread embroidery look beautiful. When worn for special occasions, embroideries are done with fancy threads coupled with nice looking stone, bead, patch or sequin work. When for regular use, they have light embroidery with simpler and pastel shades. Party Wear Sarees:
Party wear sarees include lehenga style sarees, georgette, crepe, chiffon, net, silk, and such other expensive fabric. Party wear sarees are usually combined with stylish blouses to give a smart look.
These sarees have embroidery, sequins, beads etc. stitched on Net. The transparency of these sarees emit a sensuous look. These are most in demand in current times.
Fusion Sarees or Lehenga style Saree is a new trend of Saree introduced in India. This is an aesthetic blend of the traditional Saree and a Lehenga choli. Here unlike a saree one doesn't have to form pleats but simply 'tuck and drape'. It is worn over a petticoat, along with a designer blouse. The style of blouse mostly resembles as that of the blouse of a conventional Lehenga.