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Saris are a favorite of all time for most people. Festivals and Indian ceremonies are always occasions to use a sari and they will be incomplete without one. Saree spells grace, elegance and femininity, a rare combination for any attire. Each part or region of India has a SAREE tissue, which is unique for that region. Imagine, the diversity it offers. Just as the tissues of each region differ, it also does the way the sari is covered. Kanjivarams, Benaras, Tussars, Gadwals, Jamdhanis to name a few with incredible combinations of colors and handwork, variety and creativity on offer are simply amazing.
Indian art and indigenous designs and crafts are making a comeback. Now these works of art are being customized by the designers and are made especially in the saris of tissues by hand, which makes it portable art. These design saris certainly make a piece of extremely eye catchment. For example, the art designs of Kalamkari are extremely popular and versatile and can be made both cotton and silk Sardes. The designs of Kalamkari present mythological figures, nature designs and motives. The trend of this season is Kalamkari Sares with narrative of history in the upbringing of Pallu designs where the story begins only to the border and spreads to the rest of the sari in the form of a narrative, no doubt a conversation starter for any occasion. With the next spring season comes the wedding bells and other auspicious events. Weddings can be complete without the usual kanjivarams on the screen! Bright colors like green lime, turquoise blue and pastries, like pink, lavender with elegantly woven borders are in this season. The colors of the wedding, like the red, yellow and vegetables or a combination of them are always preferred. Kanjivaram Pattus or Kanchipuram Sirs also come with amazon bridal sarees modern designs and patterns that can be used even as a daily or corporate wear. Partially Pallu Sarees where the design is different in the Ell of Sari designs and half and half of Saree's designs are very searched, after this season. Nature Nature inspired Motiffs with animals such as horses, elephants, deer, peacocks and leaves and flowers also have the trend of this season. Hand-embroidered work Aari in silk says and the delicate cut is a delight for Sari's connoisseurs. The trend this season is to create creatively two or more techniques such as hand-painted art and cut embroidery, or the embroidery of Aari throughout Sari with a printed blouse to give a contrast. The idea is to mix and combine creatively to create a style that is nothing less than impressive! Half and half of Sari are also quite rabies, especially with today's young people, a combination of color or designs that come together in each half of Sari. In addition to colors, half and half Saree have rare combinations, such as printed or hand-painted designs in a part of the sari combined with embroidery or cutting on the pall. This concept is quite popular in Kanjivaram silks. The trend is personalized and gathering two unique designs techniques in a Saree. To see the trends of the last season, go to the study of the S, a designer boutique for all your Saree needs. The designer Saree Boutique offers a wide range of custom handmade designer sarines, Kurtis and Salwar materials at affordable prices. The boutique also offers a personalized seam of blouses to coincide with saris. The S Studio collection is available online also with free shipping within India and international shipping at nominal prices.