The half saree is a timeless South Indian ensemble that doubles up your grace, femininity and attractiveness. The half saree was a popular traditional wear of girls back in the 70s and 80s in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. However, the style slowly disappeared during the start of the millennium. Well, the tables turned around a few years ago. The attire has now made a great comeback having undergone enormous style variations to capture the interest and imagination of the trendy young women of India.
Obviously, half sarees are normally worn by teenagers and young adult women. However, today, celebrities who are past 30 wear this splendid costume to add to their glamour quotient.
The traditional half saree consists of a long skirt with a normal blouse teamed with dhavani or dupatta. Usually, the dhavani is in contrast colour to the blouse and skirt. But, times have changed and all sorts of combinations are available now.
A lot of teenage girls prefer to buy half sarees. It is easier to wear compared to the traditional saree. And, a half saree seems to flatter a girl’s figure much more than any other attire. A young woman in a silk half saree or a designer half saree is sure to steal the show.
Earlier, the traditional half saree was humble. But, it’s not so anymore. Today, half sarees come with designs and embellishments that match the sophistication of any wedding silk saree. At Shivangi Clothing, besides the regular traditional half sarees made of silk, you can find a range of half saree collections – cotton, satin, brocade, tussar, Ikat Pochampally half sarees, chanderi, heavily embroidered, crepe, silk cotton, raw silk and much more.
Buy your favorite half saree online at Shivangi Clothing – a set comprising of a grand flowy pleated skirt, well stitched and fitting blouse and stunning dupatta; Get ready to rock the world around you. If you want to look lively, bold, and full of life in an ethnic Indian dress, half saree is your best bet.