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A saree is a very essential garment for women, Girls and all females for all ages. Six yards of elegance latest new collection and comfort highlights any woman's sensuality. The charm and grace in any occasion of this feminine garment suits all females - from younger girls to the most elder women. Most widely commonly worn by women in India and other Asian countries, the saree as ethnic wear has gained popularity worldwide especially very much in Indian, Canada, USA, and Australia and all over the word.

All Fashion Designers today have recreated the beauty and comfort of saree to suit the new generation of women with latest collection of sarees. This combined with several new techniques of weaving, textiles and embroidery styles, printing with silk sarees, cotton sarees and linen sarees, one can find new and redesigned old and new varieties of all kind of sarees in the online market.

No other all kind of ethnic wear defines a woman's sensuality as good as a sari or sarees does. So the next time you wish to make a style, new latest collections statement with a saree, you just need to visit the TheIndianFab website. You will get endless options of top and latest, new designer collection of all kind of saree or sari.

Origin of Sarees or sari

A saree is one of the world’s very famous and oldest outfits for women, Girls for all occasions like Wedding Wear, Daily Wear, Office Wear, Festive Wear and maybe the only surviving unstitched garment from past since thousands of years ago during ancient civilizations like Indus Valley Civilization. Women used a cloth to drape around their body to cover it. The saree was also mentioned in sacred Hindu scriptures like Mahabharata and Ramayana and all religious Indians books.

Gradually as other civilizations came mature in India, the wrapped cloth-like saree saw gradually developments in the different styles also.

Mughals had a direct impact on the evolution of the Indian saree by the rich and royal look of Mughal fabric, the silk weaving work of India adapted many traditional embroidery styles, embellishments, and designs and used it on designer collection sarees. In fact, during that period, different methods of weaving, dyeing, Embroidery and printing a saree were discovered. The post-Mughal era saw the trend of wearing a saree with a blouse and petticoat as is still worn today by all women in Indian and all over the word.

So, we can definitely say that the saree we see today is an influence of various civilizations and cultures.

Prints, Fabrics, and Patterns of Sarees

From the centuries, the saree has been considered as the Indian woman's Festive and traditional heritage costume. It is a fine piece of ethnic clothing that is both classic, comfortable and modern at all the time.

Earlier, the master weavers created sarees for the queens and princesses and royal family from fine muslin and silk fabrics. Such beautiful sarees could pass through a dainty jeweled ring of a woman. Cotton was one of the first natural fiber weaved into a saree. Cotton sarees are best to be worn in the summer season as they are light and airy. Sarees worn for auspicious festival and religious ceremonies are woven from special fabrics like brocade, silk, Kanchipuram, Kalamkari, Kanjivaram  etc. Fabrics are dyed in several ways to create magical and shaded effects and specific patterns in sarees.

The unique cotton and blend prints of Bandhani and Leheriya sarees of Rajasthan and Gujarat different regions are made with a dye and tie process. The artisan and weaver used shimmering, multi-faceted textiles to create beautiful sarees. All the designs and motifs as seen on sarees are inspired by nature and religion and mixer of modern movements. Sarees come in different patterns like - simple Buti or Dots, floral pattern, checks, zari weaving borders and many more. A saree's print and pattern can change a woman's personality by the way it is worn or draped around her body. It can make a woman look classy, elegant, flirty, sensual, modest and beautiful all at the same time.

Latest Saree Trends 2020 , Latest collection 2020

Every day new styles and designs of sarees are being created and emerging on the our online fashion store Https:// Here's a list containing all the top and latest saree trends in India and all over the word that will suit almost everyone who wears them.

Plain Sarees with Designer Blouses

Today, Modern women prefer creative Latest trendy 2020 saree blouse designs which complement a plain saree perfectly. From different necks, printed patterns, ruffled and fringed sleeves to a variety of embroidery designs, get a unique style saree look by pairing a plain saree with designer blouse in all the different color and patterns   

Readymade Sarees and Indo-western Sarees

With Busy work schedules, new age women and working girls like to wear ready to stitch sarees in comfortable fabrics. These pre-stitched readymade sarees are a boom to women as it helps them to get ready quickly without fussing much about draping the saree. Fast and latest Trendy changing fashion preferences, women are looking for a more conventional version of Indian saree. Today saree with pants, statement blouses and sarees with a waist belt are quite in fashion. Giving the traditional saree a modern look, Indo-western sarees are winning the hearts of all age women specially younger and trendy womens.

Bollywood Sarees

Bollywood Sarees worn by actresses in movies or filmy, serials and all events have always been the talk of the town and country. The market is trending with Bollywood inspired sarees that look exactly like those worn by the celebrities. So you can now resemble your favorite celebrity by wearing a near to perfect Bollywood saree.

Dhoti Sarees and Lehenga Saree

Rock this wedding season in an exclusive designer new collection wear dhoti style saree. This mesmerizing dhoti saree is versatile and flattering and gives you an elegant trendy modern look. It is a ready to wear saree and is quite comfortable to carry around. Available in several shades, patterns and contrast blouse, don't miss out to buy a beautiful dhoti saree from TheIndianFab.

Ready to drape lehenga styled sarees are the latest and popular trend in 2020 the fashion world in india. The combination of a lehenga with a saree pallu is the most elegant look for ethnic wear for any party or wedding function. The lehenga saree is not only easy to wear but also gives a different look and stylish look to your attire in all ways.

Ruffle Sarees and Satin Sarees

These contemporary modern Trendy 2020 style sarees ought to be a part of your partywear wardrobe. Currently ruling the fashion world of 2020 collections, indulge in lots of ruffles to glam up your party look. Frills or ruffles on the saree pallu, pleats, or the hemline, ruffle sarees are very appealing beautiful looks and can instantly add drama to your modern saree look.

For a sensuous and appealing look, women should go for satin sarees. The fabric is smooth and shiny, satin sarees highlight a women's curves and make her look sensual. Mostly these saris come in plain and subtle colours and are a hot favorite amongst women.

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