5 Sarees that are Light-Weight and Comfortable to Wear

Whenever the ethnic day of the office rings in, many of you become too puzzled about how to adorn yourself so that you look stylish yet elegant at the same time. Well, when it comes to ethnic wear saree beats others by a large margin.  It is the most versatile and elegant garment that India has gifted to the world. There are a lot of variations in the sarees when it comes to its design, weight, embroidery, material, etc. The light-weight sarees are the universal choice of the modern Indian women. You can wear them to the office or to an evening party or to the special dinner date with your boyfriend. Here are the 5 types of light-weight Indian sarees which are also comfortable to wear. If you wish to shop for some unique lightweight and comfortable sarees you can click here https://www.gofynd.com/women/ethnic-wear/sarees-blouses/sarees

  • Chiffon Saree

In the hustle of the modern world, sometimes it becomes difficult to carry off a saree on a daily basis. This is where the chiffon saree chips in. Its sheer lightweight and soft material make it a favourite among the college going girls and the working women. The chiffon fabric originated in ancient China. From there it was adopted by the European countries. Finally, it was introduced to India by the British. Now, they are mostly made of polyester which gives it an airy yet resilient feel.  The chiffon sarees are available in vibrant colours and they may have zari borders. They are easy to wear and require almost zero maintenance. You can check the latest arrival of the chiffon sarees at the online portal of Fynd, Myntra, Snapdeal, Craftsvilla, etc.

  • Georgette Saree

The georgette is another form of lightweight saree which has a contorted texture. It originated in France and then the entire world adopted it as a popular form of garment. The Indian women also embraced this fabric as a popular form of saree. The georgette saree is particularly favoured by the trendy modern women because it can be crafted with zari work, appliqué work, embroidery work, etc. The georgette sarees are also available in the printed form. It has now become a popular form of Indian saree. The high quality and exclusive designer works make the georgette sarees a popular choice for those women who wish to adorn a trendy look on a special day.

  • Crepe Saree

The crepe sarees have a distinctively crisp and crimpled appearance. Due to its alluring texture, it has become very popular among the younger generation. They are light-weight and grainy in texture and have a soft, breezy feel. The crepe sarees are extremely comfortable to wear and they are available in a wide array of colours and designs. They can be embellished with zari buttis, embroidery stitches or designer borders. If you wish to buy some designer crape sarees you can log in to the online fashion portal of Fynd, Myntra, Snapdeal, Craftvilla, etc.

  • Chanderi Silk Sarees

The chanderi sarees originated in the Chanderi town in the Ashok Nagar District of Madhya Pradesh. The chanderi sarees are famous for their light weight and glossy finish. Though natural dies were used to colour the sarees earlier, nowadays chemical dyes are also prevalent. Many families of craftsmen have been designing the chanderi sarees for generations. The chanderi sarees may be adorned with zari work or embroidery work. The chanderi sarees are often called ‘woven air’ because of its transparent look. If you wish to buy some exclusive chanderi sarees you can log in to the popular fashion portals of Fynd.

  • Viscose Saree

The viscose sarees are one of the most sought-after sarees of the 21st century. The saree is light in weight and offer a velvety feel. The fabric of the saree is artificially manufactured in the laboratories. These sarees are very comfortable to wear and are available in a wide range of colours.

These were the 5 types of light-weight comfortable sarees for the modern Indian women. You can check out the latest arrival of designer sarees in the portals of from Fynd.