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Symbolic of the rich legacy of the country, Indian Sarees are the traditional nine yards of fabric that women in India have worn for centuries. Ranging from the simple handloom cotton weaves that are chic and legendary, to the contemporary and stylish modernistic versions, Saree is one Indian dress that would inevitably make you look every inch a poised Indian beauty that you are.

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The Saree is nowadays found in many different and stunning avatars. They can be minimalistic as well as extravagant. There are also many various styles of embroidery work and fabrics that can elevate the value of a saree to that of exquisite art pieces. 

Sarees for Different Occasions

Saree is a garment that accentuates the beauty of Indian women. Sarees are traditional but at the same time they are versatile enough to be worn at different occasions. One can wear a saree for important business meetings, a puja, festival, BFF’s wedding, or a social event. For that matter, each occasion calls for a different type of saree. Let’s have a look at some special and unique saree styles as per Indian woman taste and need. 

  • Festive Wear Sarees

    A moderately heavy saree in silk, georgette, light border and minimal embroidery let you shine at your festivals and small intimate gatherings. Bright, traditional and dark shades like magenta, maroon, olive green, red and deep blue never go out of style for festivals. Handloom, thread work and resham work saree are also a few beauty picks for festivals.
  • Simple Sarees

    Breathable fabrics like cotton, chiffon and crepe are what grab our attention for a simple daily wear saree. Light coloured sarees in sky blue, mint green and lemon yellow are comfortable to carry.
  • Silk Sarees

    Silk sarees with heavy golden borders, floral motifs, animal prints and paisleys are classic and evergreen. Beige, golden, green, red, mauve, rust and aqua blue silk sarees in georgette, handloom, tussar, brocade and banarasi easily steal the show at festivals and weddings.
  • Party Wear sarees

    If you are a bride-to-be or a bridesmaid, look no further than the designer, silk, net, lace, and ruffle saree options for your bold and glamorous statement. Millennial young ladies can opt for pre-pleated sarees, sarees with cape blouses, sarees with balloon sleeves blouses, ready to wear sarees or sarees with a belt to create a fusion look for their cocktail and office parties.
  • Wedding Wear Sarees

    Elaborate borders, shining heavy banarasi and silk fabric, royal zari embroidery, rich cut-dana and mirror work and such heavy royal work creations are great options for attending a wedding or even building your own bridal trousseau.
  • Printed Sarees

    Printed sarees in georgette, crepe and cotton are the most-loved styles and suit every body type. Geometric prints, leheriya prints, polka dots, leaves, flowers, birds, and paisleys look versatile and distinctive to enhance your personality.
  • Embroidered Sarees

    Embroidery of any kind plays a pivotal role in creating a captivating and astounding look for a saree. Hand-embroidery, chikankari, resham, zari, thread and 3D floral embroidery on sarees create a graceful impact and make the saree look subtle and timeless. Embroidery sarees reflect the rich heritage of Indian craft and look great for evening gatherings, festivals, and parties.
  • Chiffon Sarees

    Half and half sarees, thin border sarees and small print sarees in chiffon look fresh and attractive as regular and party wear saree options. Chiffon saree in monotone or multi-shade is also a charming style for daily wear.
  • Georgette Sarees

    If you wish to ditch the heavy fancy embellishments and make an elegant style statement, georgette sarees are the best bet. Georgette sarees are all time trending and an ideal choice for light as well as heavy occasions and events.
  • Net Sarees

    Net sarees are a contemporary update for your parties and functions. Net sarees in layers, frills, detailed embellishments, and sequins are lightweight and look appropriate for the celebrations of all kinds. The sheer factor of net sarees gives it a feminine appeal.
  • Banarasi Sarees

    Rooted in shades like red, golden, green, and mustard yellow; you can reflect royalty and traditional glamour in banarasi silk, banarasi georgette and banarasi handloom silk sarees. Exquisite banarasi sarees also come in light fabric like organza.
  • Bridal Sarees

    Bridal silk sarees in kanjivaram pure silk, banarasi silk, net, handloom and banarasi georgette stand out from the crowd. Brides can add their personal touch and tweak their draping style to modernize their traditional bridal saree in silk, organza, georgette, or net.

 

Shop online for Sarees at kalkifashion.com and explore our huge collection of latest and fashionable, exclusive designer and stunningly beautiful artisan Sarees for sale. 

How to Wear a Saree

Traditionally, the saree is usually worn by draping it lengthwise around the body, creating layers and pleats. It is wrapped around an undergarment known as the “petticoat”, which is fastened around the waist and a blouse, which is trimmed above the waist, leaving the midriff visible. This whole ensemble is collectively known as a Saree.

In India alone, there are more than 80 different ways to drape a Saree. This diversity of draping style is simple due to the diverse cultural heritage of India, where every tribe, caste, creed and communities have their own style of draping a Saree.
 

Online Saree Shopping

With the advancement of e-commerce and online shopping sites, shopping for Indian Sarees online has become a lot easier. Nowadays you don’t even have to painstakingly make rounds at your local stores and shops to find your dream Saree. Just sit back at the comfort of your home and browse through our fashionable and highly curated collection of Indian sarees in all their glory and variety, only on Kalki. Buying Sarees online has never been easier and safer!

And the best part is that, you don’t even have to worry about size issues with sarees as their versatility allows them to be the worn by any lady, regardless of their body shape and size. So don’t wait any longer and check out our latest and fashionable collection of Designer Indian Sarees at Kalki. You can find every kind of Sarees here, from plain white and gold saree to exclusive designer sarees. Here, at Kalki we strive to present and represent the rich and gorgeous culture of our nation’s ethnic wear. Buy Indian sarees online, in a plethora of designs and fabrics only at kalkiFashion.com.

Why a Saree?

Saree is a traditional Indian outfit that is worn by women of different ages, be it a college girl, a working lady or a housewife. The charm of a saree is increasing every passing day due to its sensual appeal and aura that truly transform an Indian woman to a gorgeous diva. An Indian woman looks splendid in a saree and when it is a special occasion like a party, festival or a wedding, it is this gorgeous attire that takes the centrestage and the limelight is upon you. KalkiFashion with its experience in designing various Indian outfit, offers the best in designer collection to the fashionistas who have an understanding and liking for gorgeous Indian clothing and ethnic Indian wear for women.

Browsing through the impressive collection of Indian attire for women at Kalki store, you get a first-hand experience and glimpse of the variety, colors and design that is exceptional from the word ‘go’. It is for all the fashionable ladies like you, who love to flaunt their beauty through a graceful attire like a saree in exceptional design. Today, one can choose from an impressive range of designer sarees, bridal sarees and printed sarees that are flawlessly designed and produced by hand. Indian sarees are mostly inspired by the traditional floral prints and motifs like tendrils, flowers like lotus, and animals and birds like elephant and even peacock. In most of the areas the designs of temples are diversely incorporated into the sarees. It is to be noted that the drape from Madhya Pradesh like the ‘Maheshwaris’ has come up with the chequered window like design that is a very distinctive feature of this particular type of saree. You get to see every type of saree to fulfill your desires here at Kalki Fashion.

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FAQ's

  1. What is the latest trend in sarees 2022?

    Organza sarees and designer light weighted frill or pre-pleated saree tops the chart when it comes to the latest saree trends of 2022. However, silk and crepe are evergreen that a woman cannot resist for the feminine and classy look.

  2. Which is the best saree fabric?

    Best of sarees have a broad definition. Silk is exquisite, rich and luxe for weddings and opulent events. Cotton is popular in Bengal and is highly comfortable. And chiffon and georgette are also perfect for daily wear saree options.

  3. How to check sarees are genuine or not?

    One can identify the quality of the saree by merely touching the saree. For example, if it’s a real deal of silk you will find the fabric excessively smooth and waxy. Similarly chiffon saree will have a slightly shimmery look to it on the surface.

  4. How to drape a saree in 4 simple steps?

    Simplest way is to make sure that the petticoat is tightly belted and put on the shoes to get the length right. Take one end of the saree and tie around your waist band. After taking one full round, stop at the navel and take the other end of the saree to make the pallu with neat pleats and set it on your left shoulder. Now, get the remaining part of the saree to the front to make the front waist pleats of the same width. Tuck it in and you are ready to sashay in your saree.

  5. How can I shop for sarees online on KALKI Fashion?

    You can visit kalkifashion.com for the extensive collection of silk, organza, cotton, handloom and banarasi sarees. Buy the style that best suits your personality in terms of fabric, style, and print. You can choose your sarees based on your price range as well.

  6. Can I wear a cotton saree to a party?

    Simple but suave and rich cotton sarees can definitely be worn to your office parties. Colour-blocked, paisley motifs, floral prints and abstract cotton sarees with solid contrast blouse can do wonders for your classy party look. Cotton sarees are preferred by many women at traditional events for its comfortable look and feel.

  7. What saree would give a slimmer look?

    If you are looking for a drape that sticks to your body to enhance your curves, you must go for light and flowy fabrics like crepe, chiffon, georgette, and rich soft silk. Organza, banarasi, South cotton and linen must be avoided to look slim.

  8. Does the saree come with fall and beading?

    Yes, all our saree come with both fall and beading.

  9. Can I get a petticoat with the saree?

    Yes, you can add a Satin petticoat under the petticoat drop-down on the product page.

  10. What is the width of the saree?

    Saree width is approx 43 - 44 inches

  11. What is the length of the saree?

    Saree length is approx 5.5 meters.

  12. Can I customize the saree blouse to a different style?

    If the un-stitched blouse is plain i.e. without any pre-design made on it then it can be made to any different style.

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