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We humans have a peculiar way of dealing with nature, while sometimes we tend to destroy everything that comes our way for fuelling our greed, other times we try to imbibe the beauty of it in things we use, in clothes we wear. It was India that gave world cotton, earlier when artificial/synthetic fabrics were not in use, cotton acted as the personal favourite of who's who and the commoners alike. We relied hugely on nature for the natural fabric and gave back the nature the due share but once synthetic fibre came into circulation(all thanks to industrial revolution) our inclination towards cotton reduced as well as our gratitude towards nature.
Going the green way
Green color isn't an invention; it's the colour of our surroundings. Nature has so much green to provide to us that artisans during old times and the designers at present naturally got the inspiration to use it in clothes sometimes by dyeing the whole fabric in green and it's hues, while sometimes by showcasing the tendrils and the flora as artistic as it could be and that's how green sarees came into being. Designers deck the fashion ramps with green coloured sarees and silk sarees, cotton sarees in rustic colours of henna, parrot green and tea green and in no time it revamps the whole trending scenario with soothing green sarees.
Green cotton sarees are the OOTD (Outfit of the Day)
Cotton sarees in earthly colours like green rust and mustard is the best way of coping summers and feeling cool the year around. Being a natural fibre, cotton fabric is a porous material and keeps an active air circulation leading to less perspiration, thus saving the environment from harmful deodorants, a.c.'s and anti-perspirations. A cotton saree in green colour trends all the year around and looks best when worn with summery colour blouses like bright yellow, baby pink and pastels. A green colour saree brightens up your look as well as saves the day by being versatile enough to be worn anywhere from a a regular day at office to a friend's place.
Silk sarees in green: A sight
Even silk is quite sorted out in green colour sarees for its sheen and the aura it creates. A plain silk saree in tree green with a heavy embroidered golden border works wonders for igniting the whole wedding look just a pair of gold jhumkas can zazz up the whole silhouette, if anything's still left. A green saree in silk is a perfect combination of class and serenity; it is a fabric that anytime accentuates the beauty of the green colour as well of someone who's donning it. Unlike Cotton sarees, silk sarees never make you feel underdressed for any occasion, from a party to a classical music concert, a whimsical green saree is your f.o.o.d (fashion outfit of the day).
Green saree never goes wrong
Sort out a wedding attended by the who's who of the town and you will find the best of celebrities donning most vibrant colours,to stand out among all the dazzle and sizzle. Rustic colours like green and pastels not only stand out but also create a statement look, which is all a shutterbug lover would require. Heavily embroidered green colour sarees in wispy silks and lavish velvets, satin green sarees in pastel colours to simply create an undertoned look and green sarees in nets and chiffons are the ones which have become a must have at dinner parties and social events lately.
So it's never too late to start fretting about that vogue green saree you have been eyeing on for the cousin's wedding next month or that subtle tea green saree for the cocktail party your office requires you to attend, But all that sweating, fretting even required?? For the online portals have taken up the initiative to save you from the scorching sun and the huge traffic on roads that seem unending. Anything from a green saree in velvet or silk for a wedding to a green saree in khadi, cotton or chiffon for a casual affair at an office is just a click away from you. Just filter the fabrics you require in your favourite colour saree, keeping in mind the occasion and you are ready to go.