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5 Things to Consider While Buying a Saree

The elegance and stature of a saree remain unparalleled. Saree has made its prominent place in the fashion world for centuries. Even today its popularity seems to be unwavering. From East to West, women of different cultures are going out of their way to try saree fashion. Honestly, it's overwhelming to see this beautiful garment making the rounds globally. Whether you are a millennial or a woman in her mid-forties and fifties, sarees are versatile garments suited for all age cohorts. 

The styling of sarees has evolved over the years. Saree today is equally a way to bring out sensual and stylish elements in women as opposed to it being modest traditionally. The saree world is endless. You are to fall in awe of its extensive varieties, colors, drapes, and yards of sheer elegance. 

Shopping for a saree can get a bit tricky given its large market. Well, don’t overwhelm yourself. Keep these things in mind and set out to stack your wardrobe with sarees. 


1. Know the occasion

Sarees are extremely versatile. Style them for brunch, cocktails, weddings, festivities, office wear, and vacations. They are available in different fabrics, embroideries, weaving, and designing making them suited for different occasions. 

Know the occasion where you wish to wear a saree. For cocktails, engagement, and young-spirited parties, go for pre-drape sarees, dhoti sarees, or jacket sarees. Choose different traditional styles and experiment with a refreshing saree look. Traditional weaves or designer sarees are perfect for weddings and festivities. 

In short, having clarity of occasion will help you navigate through an extensive collection and choose the best sarees. 


2. Know your body shape

The understanding of body type is crucial in the fashion world. Having a better understanding of body shape will help you pick the right fabrics, styles, and colors. 

Bulky materials like cotton and silk offer a heavier appearance. Go with pure cotton and silk if you love a clean, sophisticated look. Distinctively, sarees of georgette, crepe, and chiffon are made of soft fabric and tug your body curves beautifully. Choose these fabrics when you want to keep sensual, breezy, or party-wear styles. 

An understanding of body type will help you choose the correct blouse patterns, color contrast, and prints. 


3. Know the fabric

Different fabrics serve a different purposes. Cotton is more suited for daily wear and formal sarees. Silk, on the other hand, is preferred for festivities and weddings. Silk sarees are usually on the heavier side. Pure silk sarees like Banarasi, Kanjeevaram, Patola, and Paithani are stiff and slightly heavy. Georgette, chiffon, crepe, and net sarees are lightweight picks. They are more stylish and can be worn for occasions like cocktails by millennials and style-conscious women. 

The fabric also determines the cost of the saree and how much it should be worth. Depending on the fabric and purity you will pay for the saree. 


4. Know the colors, prints, and embroideries. 

Sarees are effervescent. They are available in a million different colors and prints most suited for varying different skin tones. Picking colors for your skin tone can greatly influence your personal style. While choosing a saree keep the occasion in mind. Daytime traditional function calls for bright and pastel colors. Go with pinks, purple, yellow, pastel soft shades, and anything that screams fresh to you. Whereas for evening and night parties, sarees with prominent blues, shimmers, and black and metallic undertones make a solid impression. For either of the colors you pick, make sure that you feel confident with that color. 

Another prominent aspect of the saree happens to be prints. Prints can make or break the look. Hence, always be quite picky about the prints you pick for your body type. 

Lastly, sarees can be machine or hand embroidered. Depending on your personal taste, look out for embroidered sarees that resemble your taste. Machine-embroidered sarees are available on budget while hand-embroidered designer sarees could be quite expensive, but definitely worth an investment. 


5. Know your budget

Lastly, know your budget. Sarees are available for as low as 250 bucks. However, their price could go up to lakhs. Pick a budget and start sourcing for sarees within that budget. One could find good quality, trendy, festive sarees within 15K in the Indian wholesale market. Sadika has the largest collection of wholesale sarees online suited for all budget needs. Do check. 

Summing up, choosing a saree is not a difficult task. Be sporty and confident while styling a saree. After all, the saree is all about elegance and panache. Anyone with a dash of confidence could ace the saree look.