Not 1 But 5 Most Loved Saree Fabrics of Gen Z's

Have you ever looked at the gen-Z people these days. They are so prim and proper when they try out the outfits. Mostly they like to be in their Western and Indo-fusion, but pure India in so hard to see them spot.

A saree is a symbol of eternal grace and feminitiy and it is a  constant no matter what the generation is - millennial or gen-Z. 

However, there are time when these girls try out sarees and ca make all millennial or the oldies droll. Most of these girls try out the sarees for getting ready as bridesmaid or attending sangeet or engagement parties.

The saree fabric which they like to choose in order to drape themselves in their own modern way to leave behind an unforgetabble impact. 

These girls as a first ule of trying out a drape make sure they never steal the limelight away from the showstopper, such as brides. But the drape they try on is sure to make the heads turn in the Gen-Z’s direction! So take tips on the type of saree fabrics from the very fashionable Gen-Zs on how to drape a saree and look phenomenal than before.

Type of Saree Fabrics Gen-Zs Love to Wear

Let us look into the Indian saree fabrics that will make things to round and drape in style are and will perk up the gen Z fashion trends:

Silk Sarees

Silk sarees are known for their lustrous sheen, soft texture, and intricate designs. They are a popular choice for weddings, formal events, and religious ceremonies. Some of the different types of silk sarees include Kanjeevaram, Tussar, Tanchoi and more.

Unleash your inner girl-next-door charm with sophistication with the front straight pallu style. Swap the diagonal pallu for a straight, no-fuss front flow. Top it off with a collared blouse, a cute neckpiece and a pair of comfy sneakers – it’s all about understated elegance that turns heads - try out this silk saree and try them in this style.

Cotton Sarees

Lightweight, breathable and perfect for a variety of occasions. It can have intricate work like embroidery or maybe translucent texture with checkered patterns and more.

You can drape the cotton sarees in a pant-style format, where you swap out the petticoat for comfy pants. If that doesn’t scream chic comfort, we don’t know what does! No more fussing with traditional drapes – just wrap that saree around your functional trousers and strut your stuff.

Chiffon Sarees

Yet another lightweight sarees, sheer in their look and perfect for any events. They come in a variety of types such as crepe chiffon, georgette chiffon and more. It is known for their textured appearance, so if you want to style these sarees, then get ready to redefine necklaces – with your saree! Wrap that pallu around your neck like a scarf, and voila – instant style upgrade.

Georgette Sarees

Made from synthetic fibers and have a slightly heavier drape, while georgette fabric sarees are made from pure silk and have a lighter, more flowy drape. Spread those pleats like a mermaid’s tail – it’s easier than you think if you are trying out the georgette saree and add a lovely visual effect.

Net Sarees

Net sarees have slightly stiffer drape, while net sarees are made from pure silk and have a softer, more flowy drape. Try a butterfly cape for the whimsical touch. With capes, you’re not just wearing a saree – you’re donning an alter ego, ready to save the fashion world!

About the author

Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.