Buy Indian Sarees (Sari) Online

Sarees are the ever-graceful Indian attire. The humble outfit has taken a fresh spin. You have got a number of designs and styles of saree to match the fashion needs of modern women. This wedding season, reinterpret your style with a saree dress. Haldi, mehendi, or reception, shop this sartorial perfection to flaunt your feminine grace.
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Latest Indian Saree Collections Only at Utsav Fashion

Saree is the quintessential ensemble from India. It holds a striking cultural grace, mostly absent in a foreign land. The sari has emerged as a legendary ethnic dress that instantly connects you to your roots. There is nothing like it.

At Utsav Fashion, we celebrate every aspect of Indian sarees. Here, diversity abounds in all its glory. Our handpicked collection of sarees is as rich as Indian culture. Blend these sarees with craftsmanship that’s beyond perfection and aesthetics with par excellence.

At Utsav, get ready to glorify your collection with sarees from the country’s every corner. With Phulkari saree from Punjab to Kanjeevaram sari from Tamil Nadu, and from MP’s Chandheri to Manipur’s Moirangpee sari, you are pampered with plenty. The best thing? Filter your choice as per your favorite color, budget, occasion, or style. And we’ll deliver your saree at your doorstep.


Explore Different Fabrics of Indian Sari

There is a world of fabrics when it comes to Indian saris. Lightweight to heavy, sheer to blackout, and soft to coarse, there is a rich tapestry of fabrics for casual and formal occasions. Every fabric has its own character and appeal. You enjoy unparalleled versatility and limitless wearability.

Lightweight and airy, cotton always remains the star attraction. It is one of the most loved saree fabrics among women. They have a timeless elegance and rich look. These sarees work best for everyday looks and casual occasions.

Silk is another most loved saree fabric in India. History speaks for itself. They have won hearts with their regal textures, luxurious hues, and elaborate zari. Kanjeevaram Silk and Banarasi Silk saris are the two most popular choices for weddings, festivities, and special occasions.

Georgette, chiffon, net, crepe, linen, satin, and velvet are other most revered sarees that hold a special place in your saree wardrobe. At Utsav Fashion, you can find an array of sarees for women that are comfortable to wear and boast luxurious textures.

Art Silk Saree:

Also referred to as artificial silk or rayon, Art Silk is made from synthetic fibers, designed to resonate silk. Art Silk sarees are lightweight and perfect for everyday wear. They come in vibrant colors and hues with Zari and Resham work on them. It also has floral or ornamental motifs in the form of embroidery, prints, or embellishments.

Georgette saree:

Georgette sarees have a sheer, lightweight fabric with a crinkled and slight. It is draped beautifully and has a flowy nature. Fabrics can be woven from silk, polyester, or rayon yarns. Georgette sarees come in paisley motifs, woven with Zari or Resham with vibrant colors.

Chiffon saree:

Chiffon is made from high-twist yarns of silk, nylon, or polyester which gives these sarees a lustrous appearance. Chiffon sarees look flowy and are lightweight and comfortable to wear. They are preferred for formal occasions and parties. They come in different patterns like stripes, foliage motifs, animal motifs, and vibrant colors like purple, green yellow, and much more.

Cotton saree:

Cotton sarees are the most comfortable to wear and easy to carry and drape. The fabric is made from natural cotton fibers, which makes it easy to dye and print, resulting in a range of vibrant colors and designs. Cotton sarees have different prints like Warli, geometric, floral, or block with different motifs like that of paisley, peacock, lotus, and elephant.

Organza saree:

Organza sarees are made of tightly woven silk or synthetic fibers, which gives it a lustrous appearance. They are beautifully woven with Zari and Resham in floral and geometric motifs. They come in different colors like red, mustard, peach, and much more, making it a preference among women of all ages.

Poly Cotton saree:

A perfect blend of polyester and cotton fibers gives a beautiful Poly Cotton saree. This makes it comfortable and breathable to wear. These sarees can be digitally printed with intriguing patterns. They have Zari and Resham work and enhanced borders, which enrich its beauty.

Linen saree:

Linen sarees are made of natural fibers from the flax plant. The fabric of these sarees is breathable and can be easily draped in summer. Linen sarees often come in earthy tones and simple designs, but can also be embellished with embroidery or prints for a more ornate look.

Crepe saree:

Crepe sarees are made by twisting and weaving the fibers in a way that creates a subtle puckered effect, giving it a unique appearance and drape. It comes in a range of vibrant colors and designs, adorned with abstract motifs, embroidery, or prints.

Net saree:

Net sarees are made from synthetic fibers like nylon or polyester and are adorned with intricate embroidery or beadwork. They are preferred for formal occasions like weddings and receptions as they add a touch of glamor and sophistication to the wearer's look.

Silk saree:

Silk sarees have a soft, smooth texture and a subtle sheen that adds an elegant touch to any outfit. They have floral prints and motifs of different animals like peacocks, and elephants or of plants like flowers and leaves. A varied choice of colors makes them perfect for all occasions.


Indian Traditional Saree Collection by Region

Indian sarees reflect the diverse Indian culture. From north to south and east to west, every corner surprises you with its unique version of the sari. They depict the region’s specialized craftsmanship, appealing textiles, remarkable designs, and traditional weaving methods.

North India boasts of exquisite saris done up with elaborate Chikankari & Phulkari. The most coveted North Indian sari remains the Banarasis from Banaras. Intricately detailed with gold & silver threads, the regal sarees truly epitomize India’s golden era. Banarasi sarees are a must-have for weddings and festive times. There is a rich range, such as Chanderi from Chanderi, Bafta and Maheshwari from Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh’s Kosa Silk and Batik Print from Gujarat.

South Indian, on the other hand, spellbinds you with its treasure trove of silk saris. The crown always rests on the head of the grand Kanjeevaram Sarees. It never fails to beguile you with graceful borders, floral motifs, and remarkable stripes. Embrace magnificence with Utsav’s Mysore silk, Dharmavaram silk, Arni silk, Gadwal silk and Kasavu Silk Sarees.

Banarasi Silk saree:

Originating from Varanasi, Banarasi Silk sarees are known for its opulence and intricate designs and are made of pure silk. They are admired for its texture, sheen, and durability. The sarees are handwoven with gold or silver zari and often feature intricate floral and foliate motifs. A variety of styles and patterns make them a preferred choice among women of all ages.

Kanchipuram Silk saree:

Crafted with love in Kanchipuram, a small town of Tamil Nadu, Kanchipuram Silk sarees are famous for its rich texture, vibrant colors, and intricate designs. Kanchipuram silk sarees are characterized by their heavy silk pallu and body, which allows them to drape beautifully. They feature traditional motifs of peacocks, paisleys, and temple borders.

Jamdani saree:

Traditional handloom of Bangladesh and India, Jamdani sarees are made of fine muslin cotton. It features nature-inspired, floral, and geometric designs. Common Jamdani patterns include butidar (small flower motifs), duria (dot patterns), and tercha (diagonal stripe patterns). Other popular designs include hiran (deer), mayur (peacock), and nilambari (blue sky).

Bandhani saree:

Originating in Rajasthan and Gujarat, Bandhani sarees are made of cotton or silk. The resist dyeing technique gives those small dots on the saree, making the famous bandhej pattern. They come in vibrant colors and are worn during festive occasions and weddings, and are paired with elaborate jewelry and accessories.

Bangalore Silk saree:

Originating in Bangalore, the Bangalore Silk sarees are the epitome of craftsmanship. They are made from pure silk fabrics that are known for their lustrous shine and soft texture. The sarees are woven using traditional methods and feature intricate designs and patterns, often inspired by nature.

Patola saree:

Created by highly skilled artisans, Patola sarees originate from Gujarat. They are woven in Zari or Resham with peacock motifs. The vibrant colors are obtained by natural dyes which enhance the charm of these sarees.

Tant saree:

Tant sarees are traditional cotton sarees from West Bengal. They are made of breathable fabric and are famous for their lightness and transparency, making them perfect for warm weather. They have floral motifs on them and come in vibrant colors. Borders and pallu of Tant sarees are typically adorned with intricate patterns.

Lehariya saree:

Lehariya sarees are traditional Rajasthani sarees that have a distinct diagonal stripe pattern that resembles the waves of a river. They are generally made of breathable fabrics like cotton and chiffon and feature vibrant and colorful designs with bright hues and contrasting colors. The drape is enhanced with Zari, sequins, and patch border work.

Mysore Silk saree:

Mysore Silk saree is a luxurious silk saree that originates from the city of Mysore in Karnataka, India. These sarees are known for their rich texture and intricate Zari work. They come in different colors and designs with traditional motifs like temples, peacocks, flowers, and paisleys.

Batik Print saree:

Batik print sarees are made using the Indonesian art of batik, where hot wax is used to create intricate patterns on the fabric. The fabric is then dyed, and the wax is removed, leaving behind beautiful designs. They are made of comfortable fabrics like cotton and chiffon.

Gota Patti saree:

Traditionally originating from Rajasthan, Gota Patti sarees are adorned with intricate embroidery using gold and silver threads. Fabrics like chiffon, silk, or georgette with small pieces of Gota, sequins, or Zari work.

Chanderi sarees:

Originating from Madhya Pradesh, Chanderi sarees are renowned for its sheer texture, lightweight, and glossy transparency. Fabric is made of silk, cotton, and zari. It features detailed motifs inspired by nature, geometric patterns, and floral designs.


Sarees to Suit Every Occasion

The saree is the most versatile Indian ethnic attire. Loved by women of every age, the six-yard wonder gracefully breaks the age barrier. Its wearability is also boundless. From formal evenings to everyday wear, a saree is suitable for every occasion. Drape it in the trendiest style and style it with the finest of jewelry. We have got your back at all times.

At Utsav Fashion, we offer a rich saree collection for every special moment of your life. Seeking a gleaming Banarasi Silk Saree for a wedding? Or on the lookout for a super comfortable cotton drape for work? You can always count on our handpicked range of extraordinary Banarasi Sarees for every wedding ritual starting from ladies sangeet to Baraat. Our cotton sarees are equally striking and look resplendent on subtle occasions.

Day Wear/ Simple Sarees:

Day wear or simple sarees are perfect for casual or everyday wear. They are usually made of lightweight fabrics such as cotton, linen, or chiffon, and come in simple designs and prints. They are a popular choice for women on the go as they are comfortable to wear and easy to drape.

Party Wear Sarees:

Party-wear sarees are made of luxurious fabrics like silk, georgette, chiffon, and crepe. These sarees may feature heavy embroidery, sequins, stones, or intricate prints and patterns. Party wear sarees come in a range of colors, from bold and bright hues to more subdued and elegant shades.

Wedding Wear Sarees:

Wedding wear sarees is made of rich and luxurious fabrics like silk, chiffon, georgette, and organza. They are adorned with intricate embroidery, sequins, beads, and stones, making them glamorous and perfect for the special occasion. They come in bright colors like reds and pink, considered bridal colors.

Festive Wear Sarees:

Festive wear sarees add a touch of glamor and traditional elegance. They have intricate work on them of sequins, Zari, Resham, or mirrors. They can also come in everyday fabrics like cotton but will have elaborated prints and designs, that match the festive vibe.


Latest and Trendy Colors of Sarees for Women

  • Pink saree:

    Nothing can exude grace like a Pink Saree. Explore our diverse range in different tones of Pink like rose, fuchsia, peach, magenta, hot pink, or pastel pink. You’ve got embroidered pink sarees, embellished pink saris, and printed pink sarees for weddings, mehendi, receptions, and all occasions.
  • Blue saree:

    Touch up your personality with a serene blue saree. They are here in numbers and work well for owning a refreshing look. Check out our blue saree range detailed and designed with exquisite motifs and prints. Be it azure blue, turquoise, cyan, navy, royal, indigo, sky, or sapphire, we’ve every blue for every personality.
  • Red saree:

    Looking for a bright red saree for your bridal trousseau? Or a lover of red wants to embrace this hue for her special occasion? You’re definitely at the right online store where you’ll buy your next favorite red saree in the design or fabric you’ve always wanted. From silk to cotton and minimalist to extravagant red sari, we have got everything for you.
  • Green saree:

    The color of Mother Nature is a must-have for one and all. Our Green saree collection is like a picturesque landscape with diverse touches of tranquility. Lime, forest green, spring green, emerald, teal, spring green, or olive saree, pick any and you’re ready to ooze perfection at any event you’ll go.
  • Yellow saree:

    Feel brightest in our enchanting yellow sarees designed with pretty details and prints. It looks heavenly at all times. Haldi, mehendi, reception, or a summer lunch, a pastel yellow or mustard saree elevates your personality like magic. At Utsav Fashion, we have marvelous shades of yellow sarees for different moods.
  • Grey saree:

    The show-stealing neutral shade looks wonderful in those six yards. This wedding season, experiment with a grey saree and move your personality a notch higher. Play with a variety of tones, like silver, shadow, smoke, or charcoal. They all have a distinct charm.
  • Black saree:

    Oh! A beautiful black saree is always a yes when it comes to making a bold statement at a reception or cocktail party. Find your ideal match at Utsav Fashion’s striking black saree collection strewn with amazing embroideries, embellishments, and prints.

How to Drape Your Fancy Saree?

The art of draping a saree adds elegance to your persona. Keeping the following tips in mind, you can drape your saree like a pro.

  • Choose a saree as per your preference and one that complements your body type. Wear an underskirt that matches the color of your saree.
  • Take the saree and tuck the upper end (the side without the pallu) into your underskirt, starting from the right and moving to the left. Make sure the saree is tucked in tightly.
  • Take the remaining portion of the saree and make proper pleats. Ensure to make proper and tight pleats. The setting of pleats also depends on the type of fabric you have chosen for your saree.
  • For instance, the pleats of the Organza saree stay stiff.
  • Drape the pallu and keep it on your left shoulder. Adjust your pleats if they are too loose or too tight.
  • Do not forget to add some accessories to elevate your look.

5 Tips to Consider Before Buying Latest Saree Online

When buying a saree online, it is important to keep these 5 things in mind.

  • Quality Of The Fabric:

    it determines the look and feel of the saree.
  • Season To Wear It:

    This helps you to choose the fabric accordingly.
  • Color:

    make sure it complements your skin tone.
  • Creases:

    Look out for any damage to the saree.
  • Price:

    Compare prices across different websites to get the best deal without compromising on quality.

Shop the Latest Sarees with Best Price at Utsav Fashion

We all love Sarees. The six-yard wonder has beguiled one and all - from young generations to elderlies: that heritage charm, impeccable drape, and graceful fall. Indian sari has a mighty power. It instantly doubles the appeal of the wearer. Are you a fan too? Looking for something to perk up your personality? We invite you to discover the finest of sarees at Utsav Fashion’s rich collection of sarees. It’s a handpicked line of innovative styles, extraordinary prints, remarkable designs, and striking patterns.

At Utsav, you easily sort your choices. Contemporary or traditional; wedding wear or festival sari; embroidered or woven, pick a suitable saree for the occasion. Our convenient & comfy pre-draped sarees and designer saris save you from the conventional trouble of saree draping. We pamper you with extraordinary variety, fashionable choices, and tailored fit. Buy your saree online from Utsav Fashion and upgrade your closet with trending sarees designed for the fashionista in you.

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Which saree is most famous in the world?

It is difficult to name one saree that is the most famous in the world. However, some of the most well-known sarees include the Banarasi Silk saree, the Kanchipuram Silk saree, and the Chanderi saree. These have gained international recognition due to their fine craftsmanship and intricate designs.

Which Indian city is famous for sarees?

Many cities in India are famous for their sarees. Some of them are Varanasi, Kolkata, Mysore, Kanchipuram, Chanderi, Bishnupur, Kota, Maheshwar, Karaikudi and Sambalpur.

What are the different sarees available on Utsav Fashion?

Utsav Fashion has sarees of all types for all occasions. From Kanchipuram silk sarees to Paithani sarees, you can find everything on our website.

Which saree style is best?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question as it ultimately depends on personal preferences and the occasion. Some popular styles include the traditional Banarasi and Kanchipuram silk sarees, the elegant Chanderi sarees, and the trendy designer sarees with modern embellishments. It's best to choose a saree style that suits your body type, personal style, and the occasion you are wearing it for.

Which silk is the softest in India?

Mulberry silk is the softest silk in India. It is often used to create high-quality silk sarees, such as the Mysore silk saree and the Kanchipuram silk saree.

Which type of saree is in trend?

The trend of sarees keeps on changing as per the season, time, and occasion. Some of the popular saree styles that are currently in trend include handloom cotton sarees, Banarasi silk sarees with minimal zari work, pastel-colored chiffon sarees with delicate embroidery, and sarees with contemporary prints such as geometric and abstract designs.
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