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Indian Bridal Saree

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A saree, sari, or shari is a strip of unstitched cloth that extends from four to nine meters long and draped over the body in various styles. As the most common practice, wrap it around the waist then drape over the shoulder to expose the midriff. For the upper garment, wear a short backless or halter-necked blouse with short sleeves and a plunging neckline known as a “choli” or “ravika”.

Indian Bridal Saree

An underskirt or petticoat called “pavada/pavadai” in the south, and “shaya” in eastern India usually accompanies the saree. As a whole, sarees can be highly accessorized with mirrors, embroidery, and many other frills, and is therefore good for any occasion, but is essentially ideal for weddings. Today’s most popular saree style is the nivi drape. Wearing Indian bridal sarees are not only for the inhabitants of India. Foreigners may as well try them and be a trendsetter with this line of clothing.

Indian Bridal Saree

An air of sensuality and sophistication best describes what mood it may give to those who wears them and to those who beholds them. With the rich array of accessories to highlight a saree, the wearer’s beauty will surely emanate from within and any wedding can be timeless like the wedding sarees that set apart the lavish and impressive tradition in India. Precious moments like uniting in wedlock call for precious Indian sarees that fuse together a treasure of ingenious designs, perfect artistry, and a diverse culture.. The saree is customarily red in color,

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