5 Stylish Banarasi Saree To Buy This Season
By: Pinki Wed, 01 Apr 2020 6:12 PM
Representing the city of Varanasi since ancient times, Banarasi saree saw a golden past during Mughal Era and is very much in trend these days too. Not to surprise, if you see women donning Banarasi sarees in events, marriages, anniversaries, festivals and even in corporate gatherings.
Generation – Z also sport Banarasi saree in colleges and institutions to celebrate Indian Ethnic Day. Events such as Independence Day, Republic Day and a lot more days in the calendar year are celebrated wearing Banarasi saree, proving the very fondness of ancient-modern enigma.
As a Store Manager, you’ll need to shuffle and reshuffle the wardrobe collection in order to woo your customer and get a consistent revenue hike. To keep your business running smoothly, make sure you start adding Banarasi style sarees to your boutique assortment. Especially for ongoing wedding season! Before we get into the details of Banarasi sarees, let me clarify that these styles are trendy. Can be seen in and around your society mostly worn by many young women occasionally. But if you don’t find one, you can choose to place the below choicest Banarasi Styles to attract many for instant purchases
* Butta Banarasi Saree
Designed in Ganga Yamuna pattern Butta style Banarasi sarees are woven in gold and silver threads. It’s available in original silk as well as in art silk. Price range differentiates original silk and art silk sarees. The draping style slightly varies from state to state. Your customer can opt ‘n’ number of blouse designs to suit the occasion. Popular motifs are known as Angoor Bail, Ashraffi Butta, Latiffa Butta, Resham Butta, Jhummar Butta, Jhari Butta, Patti Butta, Baluchar Butta and many more. Suggest your client to match Butta saree with a golden necklace and mystic face glow for a marriage ceremony.
* Cut-work Banarasi Saree
The less expensive version: Cut-work Banarasi saree is weaved using cut-work technique and is popularly known as Jamdani saree. Weft art silk threads are woven with warp cotton threads to make an impressive design. Most popular motifs which are featured in cut-work sarees are in Flora patterns like Jasmine, Marigold, leaves, and creepers. Stilettos, clutch, and bold makeup will add a high glamour quotient to your customer donning Cut-work Banarasi Saree at any social happenings.
* Patola Banarasi Saree
Micro geometrical motifs with a combination of animal and floral designs. Having a bright look due to vibrant colors, these sarees are quite elegant and will enhance the look of your consumer who desires to wear something beautiful to be distinguished among hundred others. Match Patola style with juttis or semi-flat sandals, pearl necklace, and diamond bracelet. Blending the above accessories with Patola saree will definitely create a lasting impression of your consumers at any highlighted gatherings.
* Zari Work Banarasi Saree
Finished with big tassels on borders, Woven Zari Banarasi Saree is usually weaved with golden and silver threads perpendicularly giving a neat structure to the fabric. Although a higher number of twists in the thread make the cloth finer and strong enough to sustain it over a good period. Pairing with pumps, stone earrings, a dazzling necklace, and a brazen make-up is all your regular shopper can do for an exciting wedding reception.
* Banarasi Cotton Silk Saree
Banarasi Cotton Silk saree is a finely woven light fabric with a simple and plain weave. This fabric is made of cotton and art silk yarn where two twisted yarns are inter-woven with both warp and weft. This fabric is most popular in modern types. Ask your client to pair this with a gold or silver necklace, earrings, and semi-flat sandals and wear to office parties or marriage function with emboldened confidence.