Sarees are the best and suitable to all seasons in India. For daily use, festivals, weddings and what not, there are sarees for every occasion. You need to choose according to your requirement that’s the challenge. Buying a saree is not an easy job. There are a lot of designs and varieties to pick up. Price range also differs basing on the material and work. When shopping for a saree it is always essential to decide
*what you would like to buy? Which saree? Materials ranging from cotton, synthetic, silk, jute etc are available in the market
· Which colour would you like to buy? There are many colour combinations to choose from.
· What will be your price range? Saree start from Rs. 250 these days and the maximum range depends on one’s spending level.
· Handloom sarees are hand woven by weavers and they depict the colour and design of a particular region
· You can buy any regional variety of saree through on line portals by simply sitting at home.
· There are many government stores in every state for promoting handloom and handi crafts of the locals.
· Poly cotton, tussar silk, kota saree, uppada, Bengal cotton, Jaipur cotton, are from different parts of our country, but these can be brought at one point.
· Hand work like embroidery, chicken work, zardosi, etc are also at easy reach. Block prints, bandhini, bathic and saree with natural dye are in affordable range for the customers.
· There are many brands that bring out saree in new combinations, textures and designs to suit both as traditional and contemporary wear.
· Designer sarees from Ritu kumar, Satya paul, Anita Dongre and many Indian designers are making their mark.