Inspite of emergence of various Indian dresses as well as dresses from the
West, saree still remains the traditional dress of Indian women. Though a
small segment of urban India has been exposed to, and often accepted new
fashion directions, most Indians hold a more conservative view. Almost all
married ladies of our country wear a saree at home, expecially the middle
aged and the old ladies. In India, Sari is the most common casual dress for
women. That is why in the Indian market there are regular wear sarees or
casual sarees. These sarees are very popular as these sarees are worn almost
daily and wanted regularly in the market. You can wear casual saree anywhere
and any occasion.
Fabric in Casual Sarees
These sarees are soft, comfortable, easily manageable plus of reasonable
rates. Casual saree/simple sarees can be used both for daily wear and office
wear. Casual daily wear saris can be of cotton, chiffon or any other fabric.
Cotton daily wear sarees are much into demand during summer. Casual sarees
are available in designs ranging from ethnic chic to traditional to modern
prints, in a wide range of fabrics. While upper middle class Indian ladies
will prefer to wear their traditional cotton or handloom saree at home, the
majority of Indian women will go for the cheap cotton, silk, georgette,
polyester sarees. Not all traditional sarees like jamdani, maheshwari,
bandhini, kota are gorgeous and expensive. These sarees are also produced in
simple designs and low rates for regular wear.
There are also chiffon sarees with light prints and other sarees available
in the Indian market for the average Indian women.
Casual sarees are stylish and wonderfully comfortable, ideal for the long
hot Indian summers.