Banarasi saree and bong brides are synonymous to each other. Be it the grand wedding evening, or the breezy morning of the Haldi ceremony, or the glitz and glam of the reception, a Bengali bride can hardly imagine her wedding without this mandatory outfit.
A saree defines the eternal beauty of Indian women for sure. But often, wearing a heavy saree becomes way too stressful for long day events. Linen is a fabric that comes to the rescue when it arrives at having an easy-breezy ride in a saree attire. It is silky soft and yet quite elegant looking.
We Indians wear our tradition on our sleeves and breathe in the air of celebrations. From wedding to baby shower, from Durga Puja to Makar Sankranti, from Holi to Diwali, we love to celebrate our age-old traditions with lights, colors, rituals as well as through our attires. In India, celebrations are synonymous with its traditional sarees.
A big shoutout to all the chiffon saree lovers around the globe. Often enough, we hear women complaining about heavy weight traditional sarees that are not that easy to carry. Then arrives chiffon sarees as the real time savior.
Women across the globe who belong to Indian ethnicity, would love to drape a royal Benarasi saree at their big events and celebrations. The craze among this saree is eternal and yet a lot of women fail to rock a Benarasi saree look due to some common mistakes that they might have overlooked while draping or accessorizing it.
Saraswati puja arrives with the whispers of spring. It arrives with the season of blooming flowers and budding love. The soft breeze, the fiery hues of Palash and Shimul, the yellow saree, and morning rituals, all blend beautifully on this auspicious day of Saraswati puja. Young girls and women across Bengal wear yellow traditional sarees to mark the holy event and make it even more special.