Sarees can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilisation. The word ‘saree’ originated from the Prakrit word meaning ‘sattika’. Over a period of time, the word shortened and was known as saree.
A saree is an unstitched piece of long fabric which measures about 5.5 to 6 yards in length. Keeping its length in mind, the saree requires a bit of practice to drape it to perfection. Undoubtedly, a majority of Indian women prefer wearing sarees as it is one of the most elegant ethnic attire.
Considering the diverse culture of India, saree draping differs from one place to another. The various types of saree designs include Banarasi, Bandhini, Chanderi, Kalamkari, and the list goes on. Women often select sarees depending on the place and occasion. Some of the most common fabrics used to craft sarees are cotton, silk, georgette, chiffon, chanderi, etc.
With the changing trends, fashion has also evolved drastically. Right from the regular saree to the half- saree style, every type and style is available. If you love draping sarees and are looking to purchase one, you could visit thehlabel.com.
At thehlabel, you will find an endless collection of designer sarees that you can even gift to your friends and family. Thehlabel is one of a kind online shopping site that has the trendiest collection. You will find a wide range of fusion, ethnic to western wear, all at affordable prices.
So, check out this rouge pink cold-shoulder blouse teamed with a bluish-grey and rouge pink ombre saree. This lovely set is from the collection Udghat Dwara collection. The blouse is cut from chanderi and is hand embroidered. The saree is a mix of raw-silk and cotton-silk and is block printed with delicate motifs.
Style this elegant set with statement jewellery and light makeup. Don this to a cocktail party or any other occasion.
The second set is a must-have for your upcoming party. Drape this sand beige blouse with an ombre saree to any function. The blouse is cut from raw-silk and the neckline is adorned with hand embroidery. The rust orange piping on the blouse sleeves adds an element of interest. The blouse is paired with a rouge pink and rust orange ombre saree. The saree is block printed and finished with a rust orange cotton-silk border.
You can style this with heavy chandbali earrings, pull your hair into a neat bun and you are all set for the evening.
The collection Udghat Dwara is inspired from the ancient doors of Rajasthan. Therefore, the colours such as sand beige, rogue pink, bluish grey and rust orange are the dominantly used in the fabrics.
So be it a festive occasion or just another day, thehlabel is your one-stop-shop to fulfil your shopping desires.
For more details on western, ethnic and fusion wear log on to www.thehlabel.com.