Unique festival sarees to spruce up your wardrobe with

Unique festival sarees to spruce up your wardrobe with

Unique festival sarees to spruce up your wardrobe with

India has a very rich and varied cultural heritage. Due to the presence of many different religions, it has a variety of communities leading to the celebration of many festivals here. We Indians, especially women, celebrate every festival with a high spirit, decked up in beautiful outfits and accessories.

One of the most traditional and graceful outfits for a festival is a saree  that is adapted by every region and community to be the most auspicious attire. With so many exciting styles and authentic varieties, there is no standard festival saree in India, instead, there is one for each festival.

With our Indian ethnic fashion evolving each day, picking up the latest festival saree is quite the task. So here I have picked some unique and traditional sarees that you can add to your wardrobe and get festival ready with style.

  • Bandej sarees for navratri

    Traditional bandej sarees from the state of Rajasthan with embellishments of the mirror or gota Patti work are the best sarees for Navratri. They symbolize dedication and respect towards goddess Durga. This pure georgette saree in yellow color with bandej work all over is a perfect saree for you to look beautiful in any puja.

  • Leheriya sarees for teej festival

    Hariyali Teej is a festival that falls in august or called “Sawan” and it is a norm to wear a green color outfit on that day. So if you are decking up for a hariyali Teej festival, then this beautiful green leheriya saree is your match. An epitome of luck and celebration, a leheriya saree is a perfect saree to give you a traditional look at any festival that comes in Sawan.

  • Banarasi silk sarees for karwachauth and diwali

    Diwali and karwa chauth are the festivals that come at the time of year when the weather is not too cold and not too hot. So a banarasi silk saree is perfect to keep you cozy as well as pretty as a princess on these festivals.

    For Diwali, pick any banarasi silk saree with the color that suits you. If you are gearing up for karwa chauth, go for a beautiful red banarasi saree with a golden border to woe your partner in the most attractive ethnic look.

  • Handloom sarees for durga pooja

    Durga pooja is an important festival in Bengali culture when women dress up in traditional Bengali sarees. Sarees draped in a typical Bengali style, women dance in front of the goddess Durga and offer prayers to her. This is why a comfortable saree like a handloom saree with detailed prints is a suitable choice.

  • Pick the latest designer saree to suit every festival

    If you want to ditch the set norms and go for a different yet trendy saree then go for a designer saree. This light green color organza saree with subtle gota Patti work is a perfect saree for you. It has printed flowery patterns all over and with a trendy blouse, it will steal everyone's heart. It is a designer piece with a unique breezy style to glam you up at any festival. So if there is a festival coming up, pick this saree and spruce up your wardrobe.

At last

Saree has been and will always an epitome of beauty with tradition. It flaunts our Indian culture in the most beautiful way. Ladies here look for opportunities to wear a saree and when there is a festival coming up, they start stocking up their wardrobes with the prettiest festival sarees. So pamper yourself with these beautiful festival sarees by zari Jaipur and gear up for a festival in a traditional yet stylish way.