Top Ten Sarees for this Wedding Season

by Shatika, November 26, 2016

It’s just the beginning of winter and wedding bells are ringing loud and clear all over India! And with the endless occasionsthat come with the bells, be it Bua’s son’s wedding, Tayaji’s daughter’s mehendi, Nandoi’s sister-in-law’s engagement ceremony or Hubby’s Boss’s daughter’s reception, when the wedding season shows up in India, it is like flood gates open and occasions just gush in! And whatever the occasion, let’s face it, the main motto of every Indian woman is to look her best and get maximum compliments! I mean, isn’t that ‘The’ thing about the whole Baand, Baaja, Baarat! So here’s a check list of all must have silk sarees in the wardrobe of all those women vying for compliments this for the coming wedding season!

1.Gadwal silk saree:

Traditional to the core and yet oh so smart, the varied color combinations in Gadwal silk sarees have no match. The opulence of  on the kadiyal borders and pallus of these silk sarees have the magic of grabbing all eyeballs!


2. Uppada silk saree:

Reflecting the emotions of a woman that is soft and dainty on one side and effervescent and vivacious on the other, Uppada soft silk sarees are a must have if you are looking at making others jealous this wedding season with your hot killer looks and your comfortable calm composure.

3. Paithani Silk Saree:

‘A poem in thread and gold’ as it is called, Paithani silk sarees in their oh so richly crafted pallus and borders and their admirably rare rich color combinations are your pick if you want essays of compliments floating your way!


4. Dharmavaram silk saree:

Crafted for queens in the past, the glorious Dharmavaram silk sarees continue to appease affluent women with their rich and princely looks. Get yourself noticed as an affluent woman on an occasion when you choose to wear a Dharmavaram silk.

5. Banarasi silk saree:

A legacy either made or passed on from one generation to the other, if you don’t own a single piece of this heritage saree called Banasari Kataan silk saree made from the purest silk in the world called kataan, then its time you get one!


6. Banarasi Brocade saree

Adorned in authentic silk and pure zari threads, the opulent Mughal inspired inscription in the form of rich zari motifs on these silk sarees that are the most ancient tradition of India, are something you cannot deprive yourself of!

7. Patola silk saree

You cannot go without owing a rather prestigious and rare double ikat Patolas of Gujarat that are not just the pride of Gujarat but the intricacy and the rare talent of this very laborious art has brought laurels to the country.


8. Pochampally silk:

Using the expert ancient craft of tie and dye, the blurry and numbing designs of colorful Pochampally ikat silks are rather eye catchy and noteworthy and your wardrobe is incomplete without them.

9. Kanchipuram silk saree:

The most affluent traditional silk saree of the country that depicts the rich Dravidian culture in its designs and motifs along with the top end mulberry silk that it gets made on is something you cannot miss out on in your wedding shopping list.


10. Chanderi saree

‘Woven air’ as it is referred to as, the sheer and transparent looks, the light and airy texture and the silken shine of delectable Chanderi silk sarees are for everyone to see and you for sure cannot deprive yourself and the others of the joy of spectating this wonder saree.

At Shatika, we have a full range of handloom silk sarees that are celebrated weaves from all parts of the country. Take your pick from a handsome collection of a variety of silk sarees mentioned above and many more other varieties of silk sarees.


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