Originally invented in France Chiffon sarees gradually solidifies its place into the saree zone. Women who love to wear saree but are not comfortable with a heavy material a chiffon saree is ideal for them.
Indian sarees have retained their popularity from centuries. Even in the modern era, an Indian woman cannot think her wardrobe is complete without a sari. Sari has gained great importance in Indian society and has its share of beauty and elegance. With lots of fabrics used in the making of sarees, chiffon sarees in a wide range of colors are considered as the expressive sarees of woman’s femininity.
Chiffon is a delicate as well as translucent textile. A chiffon saree can be distinguished by the soft finishing quality. Chiffon sarees are the popular choice in the designing of wedding sarees. They are extremely light and are perfect for the summer months and humid temperatures. Their comfortness makes these sarees unique in style. Festivals, celebrations and wedding are best suited for these sarees. These sarees create an elegant look with both light and heavy embroidery work.
The embellishments they have can be in golden thread or silver thread. Sometimes Swarovski crystals are also used to enhance the beauty and style of sarees. Chiffon sarees frequently include Bandhani printing which portrays ancient local Indian designs. The fashion designers make different looking pieces of these sarees by reintroducing traditional patterns and motifs such as hand-block printing and embroidery works.