Top 10 traditional yet sophisticated office wear sarees

Top 10 traditional yet sophisticated office wear sarees

Every lady loves to wear sarees but when it comes to office and work space, they rarely prefer to wear them. Here is the list of top 10 traditional yet sophisticated office wear sarees.

10. Tie & Dye Saree

Bright, bold and beautiful- when bold and bright colours come together in tie & dye saree, it always creates magic. The patterns range from spiral, peace sign, diamond, and the marble effect.

The magic doubles up when this gorgeous sari is accompanied by a contrast blouse piece.

tie and dye saree

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9. Cotton Handloom Woven Bhujodi Kutch Saree

Bhujodi is a major textile center of Kutch, Gujarat, in habitat by handloom weavers who has dedicated their lives in production of beautiful textile and fashion products being classy, traditional and contemporary.

These collection has attracted great appreciation thus contributing towards new opportunities of expression, new technique, innovative design and new means to connect to society among the craftsmen.

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8. Handblock Print Ajrak Modal Saree

The Ajrak technique of handblock printing is practised in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India. The process is laborious and lasts for up to fourteen days. Natural colours are used for printing.

These sarees display special designs and patterns made using block printing by stamps. Over the years, ajraks have become a symbol of the Sindhi culture and traditions.

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7. Handloom Bengal Handspun Cotton Saree

On handloom, the process of weaving of fabrics is done completely manually without use of electric power. The process requires a harmony of motion and rhythm on the part of weaver to create a unique product.

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6. Kasuti Embroidered South Silk Saree

Prevalent in Karnataka, kasuti is a traditional form of embroidery. This product has machine embroidery kasuti instead of hand embroidery with beautiful motifs of birds, animals, temples, chariots and flowers.

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5. Handloom Mangalgiri Saree with Nizam Border

Mangalgiri fabric is a yarn dyed fabric hand woven in Andhra cluster of India and is recognised by its characteristic thread count and “Nizam Border”.

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4. Kerala Kasavu Lotus Cotton Saree

Kasavu is a cream-coloured fabric with golden border, worn in the state of Kerala. It is a material which enhances its glamour through the intrinsic borders soaked in the colour of gold.

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3. Jamdani Saree

Whether figured or flowered, jamdani is a woven fabric in cotton, and it is undoubtedly one of the varieties of the finest muslin. This is a supplementary weft technique of weaving, where the artistic motifs are produced by a non-structural weft, in addition to the standard weft that holds the warp threads together.

The standard weft creates a fine, sheer fabric while the supplementary weft with thicker threads adds the intricate patterns to it.


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2. Gamcha Check Saree

The gamcha is most commonly found with check and striped patterns of red, orange or green. Plain white gamchas with coloured (embroidered or printed) borders from Orissa and Assam) are local handicrafts, and may be worn around the neck with traditional Indian attire.

In western areas, gamcha is primarily made in red colour and are plain like cloth. Sarees inspired from these designs offer great blend of modernity with heritage.

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1.     Kalamkari Print Saree

It is derived from the words qalam (pen) and kari (craftmanship), meaning drawing with a pen. Only natural dyes are used in kalamkari and it involves seventeen steps. They are beautiful sarees with narration of the religious myths and epics stories on the fabric.

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Author: Pallavi Gupta

About the Author: Pallavi is beauty & fashion enthusiast from Lucknow, India. She loves to share reviews & latest trends in makeup, skin/hair/body care, fashion, shopping through blogs with online community.



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