A sari is one of the most commonly used types of clothing that is worn in India. Its history can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, which initially came into being during 2800–1800 BC in India. There are many different types of fabric that sari’s are made from. For example, South Indian sari’s are made from pure silk, and in Kota, Rajasthan; the majority of their sari’s are made from a blend of silk and cotton threads.
Different types of silks are used throughout each state in India, and it continues to enhance its quality. Buying sari’s continues the tradition that has lasted for over 5,000 years. When a customer purchases a sari for a wedding, celebration, or any type of event, it contributes to the quality of dressing. Using fine fabrics such as silk, continues to add to the quality of how a sari is typically made. Sari’s are not just popular in India, but have continued to spread around the world.
Sari’s have been evolving over time, and have even found themselves on the runway with companies such as Chanel and Hermès, and they have been the building block for future fashion innovations. In fact, there are more than 80 ways to wear a sari!
Visit us at Mira Fashions to explore silk saris and continue this age old tradition that has been evolving for centuries.