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Hasn’t the world of sarees come a long way in the last few decades. Sarees are no more just a representation of an Indian culture. We have a variety of innovative designs that blend conventional and contemporary elements perfectly. However, traditional sarees have managed to retain their charm despite the constant changes in ethnic fashion trends.

Explore Our Exclusive Collection Of Traditional Sarees

When we talk about traditional sarees, the first image that strikes the brain is that of a classic silk saree. Silk sarees are the epitome of elegance and sophistication. You will also find traditional designs in other saree fabrics like velvet, Georgette, and Cotton. Bengali sarees, South bridal sarees, and Gujarati embroidered sarees are a few must-have options in traditional sarees. Meesho provides you with this beautiful collection of sarees online at an affordable price.


Embrace Your Love For Traditional Sarees

Our country is known for its cultural diversity. But if there is one thing that brings women together, it is their unanimous love for the quintessential saree. Every saree lover dreams of owning all varieties of traditional regional sarees that come from different states of the country. Why not start with some of the most popular designs that have a rich heritage spanning decades.

Here are the must-have traditional sarees that women are in love with:

Bengali Garad-Korial Sarees

Traditional Bengali sarees are characterized by a solid white colored body that is complemented with a red border. The terms ‘Garad’ and ‘Korial’ mean ‘plain’. These sarees are usually made from undyed silk or high-quality cotton fabrics. Sometimes, these sarees have a subtly ornamented border or Pallu but the most popular designs are completely plain when it comes to the body of the saree.

How to Style Bengali Garad-Korial sarees?

The most important aspect while styling these sarees is the draping technique. Do not drape these sarees the regular way. Instead, opt for the traditional Bengali draping style which will bring out the best features of the saree. Go for a long-sleeved red silk blouse with heavy work for a festive look. As for jewelry, an ornate hair chain with Jhumkis and a golden nose ring will help you stand out. Do not forget the traditional red Bindi with this look.

Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees

Hailing from Kerala, Kanjeevaram sarees are now a household name all over the country. Some of the popular traditional designs are temple border Kanjeevarams, floral weave Kanjeevarams, coin design Kanchipuram silk sarees, etc. These sarees have heavy borders with elaborate golden Zari work all over. Very few people are aware of the fact that these borders are woven separately to the sarees. The body is usually kept plain or has minimal ornamentation but the bridal sarees are heavily ornamented on the border and Pallu as well as the body.

How To Style Kanjeevaram Sarees?

This one is a no brainer. Kanjeevaram sarees and gold jewelry are a match made in heaven. You can wear heavy gold necklaces and earrings for that striking, opulent look. Apart from this, hair ornaments and floral Gajras are great additions to this ensemble. You can also add a golden colored belt for a nice modern touch.

Banarasi Silk Sarees

All women aim to possess at least one pure Banarasi silk sarees in their lifetime. Believed to be the finest quality silk in the world, Banarasi silk has a huge fan following in Northern India. The traditional Banarasi silk sarees usually have a Mughal inspired floral pattern on the body as well as the Pallu and border. Tanchoi, Jangla, Buti sarees are extremely popular among brides.

How To Style Traditional Banarasi Sarees?

WIth a traditional Banarasi saree, an embroidered blouse world very well. A matching or contrast colored blouse with elaborate Zari work on the sleeves is the go-to choice for most women. If you want to experiment with your look, choose a sleeveless or high neck blouse with intricate embroidery on the neckline. As for jewelry, opt for traditional gold or silver jewelry that is not too heavy but matches the theme of your saree well. Put your hair in a high bun for the perfect sophisticated look.

Bandhani/ Leheriya Sarees

Bandhej and Leheriya sarees have now become famous all over the world. Even Western designers are incorporating these prints into their creations. The best part about these sarees is that they are made of light, breathable fabrics which can be a boon during the summer season. These colorful sarees can be worn by women of all age groups.

How To Style Bandhani/Leheriya Sarees?

Since these sarees are usually made of fabrics like Chiffon, cotton, and Kota silk, it's best to opt for a blouse in the same fabric as the saree. You can go for a printed design with matching patterns of a solid blouse with a designer back and sleeve design. Deep neck, Choli-cut blouses with embroidered half sleeves will complement these sarees perfectly. For a traditional look, go for Polki jewelry or vintage silver jewelry. But make sure the designs are simple and light.

Muga Silk Sarees

Exclusively made in Assam, Muga silk sarees are popular heirloom pieces among women and hold a cultural significance that is unmatched. These sarees are characterized by the golden yellowish hues and often showcase different embroidery patterns. You can get both simple designs or heavy designs in these sarees depending on your needs.

How To Style Muga Silk Sarees?

Women usually go for embroidered border blouses in bright colors like green, red, blue, and yellow with Muga Silk sarees. However, the delicate design of these sarees allows for a lot of scope for experimentation. You can even wear modern blouse designs. A large Bindi is a must when wearing these sarees. You can keep the jewelry simple for a dainty, traditional look.

Kasavu Sarees

Another gem from Kerala, the traditional Kasavu saree has great cultural significance even today. The simple design of these sarees makes them a favorite among women who like to keep their saree look understated. A plain white or off-white body with a thin golden border constitutes the basic design of these sarees. These sarees can be made of any fabric, be it silk, cotton, or Georgette.

How to Style Kasavu Sarees?

The base color of the saree is plain white, which means you can wear any color blouse. Women usually wear a bright red, pink, or golden blouse with these sarees. For an unconventional touch, add a choker necklace and golden bangles with a white floral hair ornament. If your blouse has long sleeves, skip the bangles and add a nice belt instead.

Shop For Traditional Sarees At Affordable Prices

With new design trends being introduced in the market everyday, traditional sarees are beginning to lose their appeal. However, if you are one of those who want to embrace culture by donning a traditional saree, you must check out our collection. We have included high-quality images to make sure you are able to check all aspects of the saree design before making the purchase. What’s more, we offer the best prices in the market along with exclusive offers and discounts especially for you.

What is the starting price for Traditional Sarees?

The typical starting price for Traditional Sarees is Rs. 355. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 109274 Traditional Sarees on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Traditional Sarees?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Traditional Sarees: Chiffon Banarasi Saree, Wedding Banarasi Saree, Fancy Silk Saree, Gold Tissue Saree, Sequence Saree,

How can I buy Traditional Sarees online?

You can browse over 109274 options for Traditional Sarees online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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