Everything You Need to Know About Saree

Kirk Day
Kirk Day

What is a Saree?

A Saree is a traditional garment from the Indian subcontinent that is worn by women and girls.
A Saree is draped around the body in various styles, and it can be worn as a dress or skirt.
The garment has a long history of being used as a symbol of Indian culture.
It is also considered to be an important aspect of Indian women’s identity.
A Saree can be made with a variety of fabrics including cotton, silk, synthetic fabrics such as viscose and polyester.
Silk sarees are usually more expensive than cotton or synthetic sarees because they are more difficult to make and require more time to weave.

What Should I Know About Wearing a Saree?

Before wearing a saree, one should know how to drape it. This is traditionally done by the person who is going to wear the saree and her/his mother or sister. They will measure the length of the fabric from shoulder to ankle and then cut it in such a way that it can be draped around the body.
A saree is typically worn with a blouse, which is usually made of cotton, silk or georgette. The blouse should be tucked into the waistband of the petticoat (a skirt-like undergarment) and then pinned in place with a safety pin or two.
The dupatta (a scarf-like accessory worn over one shoulder) should also be pinned at this point so that it falls gracefully on either side of your body.

How to Sew an Indian Style Saree

Indian saree is a beautiful and colorful garment that is worn by both men and women. It is one of the most common forms of clothing in India. In this article, we will go through the process of how to sew an Indian style saree.
The first step is to prepare the fabric. You need to wash the fabric before you start and then dry it thoroughly. The fabric should be cut into two pieces, one for each end of the saree. The pieces should be long enough to cover your hips when you wrap them around your waist with a little bit extra on each side for tying them together at the back or front of your waist.
The second step is to fold over one piece of fabric so that it covers three quarters of the other piece and then sew them together so that they form a tube shape with two open ends. Sewing pins are helpful here as they will hold everything in place while you sew it together.


In conclusion, saree is a popular item of clothing that can be worn for a variety of occasions. They are versatile and can be styled to fit any outfit or mood. They are also affordable, which makes them an ideal choice for those on a budget.

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