Crepe Sarees-The Comfortable Fashion Of Today

Protected by Copyscape Unique Content Check
Published: 12th November 2009
Views: N/A

Crepe sarees are suitable for formal get together and parties. You can wear crepe sarees for any occasion but in weddings crepe saree gives a modern look. Crepe sarees make a woman look and feel attractive. The summer friendly fabrics like georgette sarees, lovely chiffon sarees and crepe saris are very sober saris. Different colors make these crepe sarees exciting.

Crepe is a thin fabric of crinkled texture, woven initially in silk but currently available in all chief fibers. Silk crepe is a classic soft fabric with superior drape characteristics.

Crepe sarees come in range of colours and designs. The printed crepe sarees are very trendy. Crepe sarees with resham work done on them enhances the beauty of a lady. Gold metallic embroidery augments the look of a crepe saree. The collection of conventional, printed and embroidered fancy saris made from both imported as well as Indian fabrics like crepes are a hit among the fashion aware women of today.

Fancy crepe sarees are very popular in India particularly for the middle class Indian women. When we talk of Fancy crepe saris, it means any kind of saree with an assortment of mix and match designs depending upon the occasion in which it is to be worn. Thus, there can be crepe sarees for casual wear or fancy crepes for formal wear. There can be dailyt wear ordinary crepes as well as office wear crepe sarees.

A fancy crepe saree is sure to catch your fancy with its colour combinations, fabric, and designs. Fancy sarees are not any area or style specific. There is a wide range of crepe sarees like

• Fancy crepe sarees

• Crepe silk sarees

• Indian crepe silks

• Fancy synthetic crepe saris and so on

All these sarees are presented with embroidery, katha work, patch & gold printing, sequins work, zari work, a range of colour combinations and designs and lots more. All kinds of embroidered sarees, zari sarees, wedding sarees, designer sarees, bollywood sarees can be made of the crepe material making them easily wearable and hence quite popular.

The look of the Indian sari is changing. In a decided swing from its elegant, graceful image, the sari is now fun, providing sufficient length in its 6 yards for the wearer and designer to experiment without restraints. Indian Designer sarees have become very in style nowadays. Manufactures of the newest designer sarees are using different types of fabrics and designs to make this cultural Indian attire look stunning and special.

Indian Designer sarees are basically for formal occasions, weddings and marriages. Any type of saris, be it crepe or of any other material, whether embroidered, printed, silk or cotton can be given a designer look to differentiate it from other normal sarees. Not astonishingly, then the majority designers choose to include the sari in their collections every year. Various Indian designers have come with pioneering designs for designer sarees. For example:

• The leading brand in the world of Indian Saree fashion, Satya Paul has designed wonderful collections in crepe.

• The exclusive sarees in Neeta Lulla collection too flaunt of exclusive designer crepes.

• Another innovation gaining ground is the deconstructed crepe sarees by Suneet Verma and Tarun Tahiliani

• Ravi Bajaj walks his own course with a penchant for creating innovative cuts and colour combinations on crepe and other designer saris.

• Malini Ramani showed shaded diva saris as the part of her collection.

• The material used for the designer sarees is flowing and graceful. Georgettes, silks and essentially crepes form the basis of the largest part of their creations. Various sarees that fall into designer category areas follows:

• Designer Indian sarees having beads, khadanas, zardosi, zari, crystals, kundans and a range of other works.

• Computer embroidery, with a stroke of handwork, is also done.

• There are designer sarees with wealthy cultural chikan embroidery in colored threads all over.

• Designers alter the traditional saris into contemporary wear. They do so by doing a bit of appliqué work, Kashmiri embroidery or even hand embroidery. For instance, a conventional crepe sari gains an all-new look when contrast thread work is done on its border, pallu and has unique-looking "buttas" on the body.

• Designer fashion saris can have jardosi work hand embroidered with sequence & threads.

Most of the Bollywood sarees worn by our gorgeous actresses are designer sarees generally in crepe fabric nowadays, which are teamed with excellent needlework blouses. Designer crepe saris have become very fashionable among Indian women of today who belong to the elite class and have an immense sense of wearing nothing but the best.

This article is copyright

Report this article Ask About This Article

More to Explore