Banarasi Sarees are Best Suited for Weddings, Festivals, & Ethnic Wears. Depending on the Occasion, you can opt for a sustainable design ranging from heavy to subtle motifs. The Fabric also plays an important role in deciding its suitability for the occasion.
Paithani is a sari made of silk and zari. It is a plain weave, with weft figuring designs according to the principles of the tapestry. Traditionally, Paithanis had a colored, cotton muslin field that often contained considerable supplementary zari patterning. However, in the 19th century, silk fields were also woven.
The Cotton printed sarees give pure comforting ease. Cotton Sarees are the most preferred sarees for Indian Women. You can exploit cotton sarees in your everyday wear, especially during the summer months. Cotton sarees are worn in Holi, Diwali, Dussehra, Lohri, Baisakhi, and all the other festivals of our country