Sunday, June 6, 2010

Women Sari


Saris are woven with one plain end (the end that is concealed inside the wrap), two long decorative borders running the length of the sari, and a one to three foot section at the other end which continues and elaborates the length-wise decora -tion. This end is called the pallu; it is the part thrown over the shoulder in the Nivi style of draping.saree is one piece of clothing which fits all fat or thin short or tall!!! The traditional 6 yard saree allows for generous pleating, and draping around the body and over the shoulders almost Grecian in style. The loose end of the fabric,which is thrown over the left shoulder
is known as ‘Pallu’. Pallu usually has extensive design or embroidery woven into it. saree is very flattering to all shapes and sizes and forgiving of the various flaws. It can ingeniously conceal the extra flab of fat, or it can accentuate the well-proportioned curve -- It is just a matter of how you drape the saree. This garment is in style for over 5000 years for the simple reason of its simplicity and practical usage.saree blouse should be created with a full opening either in the front or the back. They have to fit snugly like a corset. saree fabric for blouses included with sarees are only 1 yard x 44".A saree is a rectangular piece of cloth that is five to six yards in length and sometimes nineyards. Yet, this dress is worn by millions of Indian women and is, by far, the most elegant.Lead the trend with this rust and blue color saree gleefully crafted on a viscose base and featuring cutdana and sequins edged self zari print portraying paisley motifs at the skirt
,part.Small borders or no borders sarees are for the shorter women. As big borders make one looks shorter, they should definitely avoid big borders.The tightly fitted complimentary colored, short blouse worn under a saree is a choli. Originally, cholis only covered the front, now they have evolved to include versions covering front and back to midriff. The traditional form is still commonly worn in Rajastan. charming Bengali style where the sari is tucked in at the left side and then stretched back to the right hip from the left shoulder. The pallu is then encircled around the back to come out below the right arm and thrown again on the left shoulder. Interestingly a heavy key is used to keep it in place.Though the saree size and the fabric matters, but the main thing is you get the saree according to your skin tone, the Asian women are usually of dark complexion, few are of fair
complexion so it is god to wear soft and light colors. Age also matters a lot young women should prefer soft and pretty colors and the old age women or the adult one should select color according to their profession and their personality.

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