The Indian ethnic collection is not limited to cotton or georgette but has expanded to a great level. Silk is the most popular fabric luring the attention of wearer from across the world and Ghicha Tussar silk sarees are one of them – crafted by using Ghicha or Gicha – a silken yarn obtained from cocoons that don’t get included in the routine process of reeling in the Tussar silk – directly from the cocoon.
In the past, almost every woman wore a saree in India. But in recent time, it has changed completely; girls are wearing t-shirts, jeans, gowns, and skirts. But still, when there is a wedding, traditional function or any family gate together, Indian woman falls back on traditional saree. Nowadays, saree comes in different style and types like designer wedding sarees, fashion sarees, etc.
The passion of silk sarees, one can see across ramps of a fashion- show, red carpets, movies, and television shows and it is part of the ethnic rotation trend but finally goes much beyond it. It reflects a renewal of interest in the treasure of ancient Indian techniques and regional handicrafts industries, not just for 'traditional' occasions but as a part of the general the wardrobe of fashionable women.
Wedding is very special for a girl and every girl is treated like a princess and is the center of attention of the ceremony. So she wants everything to be magnificent and gorgeous. Every girl wants her wedding day to be perfect. Her wedding day is a day on which she is flawless and stunningly beautiful. She starts planning her wedding several months in advance.
Saree is a representation of Indian heritage. Saree is deeply rooted in the culture of India or it can be said saree has become an identity of Indian women. The Indian fashion frame holds on numerous apparel styles that made a distant journey in time and fade out. This style circle keeps going on, but one of the draperies that have stayed static and made its existence permanent as well as classical is the yard of “Saree”.
Saree is an Indian traditional dress that is now famous around the globe. Women love to wear it, as a saree will gracefully cover her body in a stylish way. It is now even worn as the bridal dress due to the elegance and uniqueness.