Indian sarees have an evergreen charm and elegance which is unbeatable. No other attire can match the elegance and look that Indian Saree gives. It is something that will never go out of fashion. An Indian woman wearing saree always looks beautiful and graceful in a saree. Every season, there are new trends coming up and some go away however, there are certain handwork sarees that will never fade in the world of Indian fashion.

We listed down some versatile and forever in fashion saree trends below that you can always have. These handwork sarees are also must have in wardrobe for Indian ethnic wear lover.

1) Bhandhej Saree
Bhandhej are colorful sarees which are originally from Rajasthan in India. These sarees come in variety of materials such as cotton, silk, chiffon, georgette, etc. these creation are tie-and-dye products known for the splash of colors on them. The Gajji Silk Bandhej (Bandhni) Saree is most popular in India. Apart from Rajasthan, Bandhej Sarees are popular in Gujarat.

2) Chikankari Saree
One of the crafts from the city of Lucknow-the Chikankari embroidery is absolutely loved by Indians. This kind of saree is apt for summer and works well with silver jewelry or even bright colorful accents. This type of Saree usually comes in pastel shades, white and black color. However the base fabric varies from Cotton to georgette and soft cotton silk as well.

3) Hand-painted Saree
There is something very different about the hand-painted sarees which makes it a unique piece in one’s wardrobe. If you don’t own one yet, you must be on your next shopping list. Not so many designers and brands offer hand painted saree. However you can get it done through artisans.

4) Banarasi Saree
Banarasi sarees are an evergreen in an Indian women’s wardrobe. It makes them look delicate, feminine and elegant. They are an apt choice for all occasions and make you stand out as well. A bright color Banarasi silk saree with beautiful pallu is something you must own.

5) Parsi Saree
Parsi embroidery is an exquisite and delicate form of embroidery done on sarees. This kind of embroidery has been gaining popularity in the recent times and many designers are using it in various innovative forms such as on scarves and purses.

These sarees are a must have for all Indian women and you can either include them in your trousseau or build a collection over the years.

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Dhruv Mehta