A Saree is a long piece of cloth of sheer elegance and grace. The 6 yard piece is the most popular and widely worn ladies dress across India. The style of wearing saree in different regions of India is different. The length of Saree varies from region to region. It may range from four meters to nine meters. The unstitched piece of cloth is draped around the body, one end tied on the waist and the other is left open behind the left shoulder with pleats in front. The sari is worn over peticot, which is like a long skirt, along with Blouse that matches with saree.
- For fat women:
Georgette and chiffon saree will suit you. Thick sarees like the Mysore silk will make your fat body look much better. Organdy, tissue, cotton sarees will make the fat woman look more fat. So please abstain from using it.
- For plump women:
You can stick on to stiff sarees such as starched cotton sarees because the plumpness of the body will be highlighted if you wear the georgette or chiffon sarees.
- For slim women:
To look a bit fat try using tissue sarees, embroidered cotton sarees or organdy sarees. You will look more beautiful in this.
- For short women :
Short women, stick on to small bordered or non-bordered sarees. Also avoid big prints and highly width bordered sarees.
- For tall women :-
You can choose big flower printed or big prints sarees, also with high borders. Width bordered Kanchipuram saree with beautiful munthani will be awesome for you.
A Woman can choose to dress in saree for the day and that look hot as well as traditional. Sarees not only adds a touch of glamor to her personality but also gives her a distinctive identity. The perfect matching accessory to your saree is not jewelry but your smile.