Indian women have always loved light weight saree for centuries together. Excepting pattu saree which is prestigious to be heavy, light sarees are always preferred. These sarees of light weight like net fabric easily balance the heavy stone and other embroidery work in them which would be cumbersome to wear if the saree is also heavy. Besides that be it a party or domestic scene, a woman has a lot of activities in her agenda which could be effortlessly fulfilled if the saree is light and comfortable. Saree fashion in India gives focus to such light weight sarees .
Online saree stores and the brick and mortar shops have more of net sarees in their collections. The light weight sarees is easy to drape and accommodates draping styles easily. These sarees have become trendy in the saree fashion scene. The climate in the Indian terrain also encourages these sarees which weigh lighter. The light weight trend is now used in cotton sarees by the manufacturers and textile shops in south India. Senior citizens feel more comfortable in lighter sarees.
Sarees like Venkatagiri are done with light weight cotton Fabrics. Kota Doria sarees are also made from light weight cotton. They are also found in Kanchi silks and Uppada silk categories. Many women in south India attend smaller functions with silk cotton owing to its light weight and effect of a silk saree. Bandhej sarees have their colours and designs easily balanced and strike harmony when lighter fabrics are used. Light weight sarees is a fad which would never fade in the saree fashion . These sarees usually have a fall stitched at their feet region to keep the pleats smart and intact.