When we talk of silk sarees, the first thing that comes to our mind is Kancheepuram, the Silk Town of Tamil Nadu. The richness of the nine-yard wonder, also known as Kanjeevaram sarees, is best seen in the traditional South Indian weddings, where, from the bride to the wedding attendees, everyone competes with one another showcasing the best of their collection.
However, the last few years saw lehengas and gagra cholis replacing sarees for the bride during the wedding reception. However, the ancient, traditional drape is back in style again. These days, the brides in South Indian weddings are preferring sarees for all occasions during their wedding.
Silk weavers are experimenting with rich colour combinations and unimaginable designs that would leave the bride adding more to her collection. What more, the sarees are draped in such unusual styles that it is no less to any designer wear. Sarees, with contrast colour combinations, when draped in new styles look like a two-piece or a three-piece dress similar to a lehenga.
If you are not a saree lover, why don't you try some exclusive silk drapes and enhance your looks! You’ll just fall in love with it.