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We know Saree is one of the most beloved ethnic outfits of India, this nine-yard of elegance is so much more than just a piece of clothing, it's an entire emotion. Each state of India has its own famous saree or a unique draping style and we want you to experience it all. Therefore, On meesho you can buy a famous Banarasi saree that hails from Uttar Pradesh to the Kanjeevaram silk saree in the South and Bandhani sarees of Rajasthan to Paithani saree of Maharashtra, there are so many designs, style to choose from and that too at such an affordable price never before seen online!

Wrap Yourself In The Nine-Yard Of Gracefulness That We Call A Saree

As we said, We know there is a special place for saree in the hearts of Indian women. This nine-yard of sheer elegance not only hugs each and every contour of your body perfectly but also gives you an aura of pure elegance and grace. Not only is it the epitome of grace, but it is extremely versatile and can be worn by women belonging to every age group and body type.

When it comes to a saree, there is a vast variety to choose from as you can see above. From silk saree to partywear saree and wedding saree to lehenga saree, there is so much to choose from here. Let’s look at some of the most popular types available online on Meesho

Popular Types Of Sarees In India

Cotton Sarees

In a hot and humid climate like ours, cotton saree is a blessing. They are lightweight and have phenomenal sweat absorbing properties, making them essential. They are handcrafted from the thread procured from the cotton plant and come in several prints, weaves, motifs, and textures making them a perfect fit for any age group.

Silk Sarees

Every Indian woman, be it up north or down south should own at least one silk saree. What was once owned only by the aristocrats and the rich are now sported on every auspicious occasion, especially in the south of India. Silk sarees come with intricate patterns, weaves, prints, and motifs that can easily be found on Meesho.

Chiffon Sarees

Chiffon sarees are much loved and adored by the younger generation as they are lightweight, breezy, and downright sexy. When paired with the right blouse, they can make you look tall, slim, and oh so hot! Once made with silk, chiffon sarees now are generally made with synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon.

Net Sarees

Not as popular as the above fabrics, net sarees are extremely delicate and can make you look drop-dead gorgeous. With all the magnificent and exquisite detailing and its timeless nature, it is still beloved by many.

Banarasi Silk Sarees

Brought to India by the Mughals and refined by the expert weavers of India, Banarasi silk saree is every Indian woman’s love. They are the epitome of grace and beauty combined and are available in vibrant hues and intricate designs.

Bandhani Saree

One can never go wrong with a Bandhani saree. Also known as a Bandhej saree, it derives its name from the word ‘Bandh’, meaning to tie. This is a reference to the tie and dye method which was originally used to dye Odhnis and Turbans in Rajasthan and Gujarat. This tie and dye method is used to make intricate square prints all over the saree.

Kanjeevaram Silk Saree

The timeless Kanjeevaram saree is hailed as the ‘queen of sarees’. This is traditionally worn as a wedding saree by brides in South India because of its rich color and texture. The saree is considered to be one of the finest quality of silk in the country and exudes elegance and gracefulness.

Paithani Saree

A specialty of Aurangabad, the handwoven silk saree generally comes with a zari border and fine motifs. A Paithani saree is sure to make you look exceptionally grand and elegant and have a special place in the hearts of all Maharashtrians.

Ruffle Saree

Give your otherwise boring and traditional saree a modern twist with a ruffle saree. These give off a retro feel and take you straight to the wonderful 70s. If you haven’t already, grab a couple of classy ruffle sarees today. They come in several prints and designs to satisfy all your needs!

Lehenga Saree

Tired of the boring, old saree and want to experiment with other styles? Give the lehenga saree a try. Just take the saree that you want to drape as a Lehenga saree, make plaits and drape it around yourself. This makes it look like you’re actually sporting a lehenga. A Lehenga saree is just perfect for that Instagram-worthy wedding look.

How To Accessorize A Saree Perfectly

We already know that saree is a very versatile piece of clothing. Not only can you style a single saree with multiple blouses, but you can also accessorize it in several different ways. Some of the trendiest ways to style a saree are mentioned below:

Pay Attention To The Details: It is essential to focus on the small things like the color of the bindi, the bangles, or the nail polish while accessorizing. Carry a clutch that is twinning with the color of your bindi and paint your nails the same color as well.

Wear the Right Footwear: Never make the mistake of styling your saree with basic flip flops or ballerina flats, instead sport them with a pair of stilettos or peep-toe heels to get the most out of your saree outfit.

Use Statement Jewelry: Pair your saree with vintage-inspired classics and say goodbye to minimalist fashion as chunky is back in style. A good way to accessorize a saree will be by donning a big, chunky pendant with a tiny, minimalist bracelet.

Kamarbandh Are Back In Style: Waist Belts or Kamar bandh as it is popularly known in India has long been a part of Indian tradition and they are back in style. It is true what they say, what goes around comes back around.

Say Yes To Hair Accessories: It is never a bad idea to add some bling to your hair. Pair your favorite saree with a gorgeous Maangtika to give your outfit a royal look.

Buy An Intricate Saree Design Online Today!

Now that you know all about the popular saree types and how to accessorize them, it’s time you scroll back up and choose the perfect one for you. Shopping online with us has a lot of perks like affordable prices, guaranteed quality, easy returns, and of course a huge variety.


What is the starting price for Kalamkari Kurti?

The typical starting price for Kalamkari Kurti is Rs. 200. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 15 Kalamkari Kurti on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Kalamkari Kurti?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Kalamkari Kurti: Printed Kurti, Salwar Kurta, Mirror Work Kurtis, Kurta, High Low Kurti,

How can I buy Kalamkari Kurti online?

You can browse over 15 options for Kalamkari Kurti online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.

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