It is useless guessing the name of that one unstitched Indian outfit which is elegant and rides over all other fashion statements. It is but of course the national attire of India, the saree. Right from the time childhood days, an Indian woman has this fascination for elegant sarees. She is always attracted towards this colorful and vibrant dress even at the salt and pepper age of 70 years.
Saree is the traditional wear of Indian women. Silk sarees have occupied an important place in the fashion market and today women of different nations, irrespective of their dressing senses have shown their preference in this elegant piece of attire. India has given birth to the world finest collection of silk sarees, which are available in wide assimilation of prints and colors, suitable for weddings and any special occasions.
With the mercury rising up this season, Indian women are constantly on the summer quest for the right outfits that keeps them cooler and landing up at an amazing variety of cotton silk sarees. Cotton is no doubt the most versatile and comfortable fabric among all. Cotton silk sarees, on the other hand, gives you the best of both worlds.
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.
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.