5 must have Sarees to make your collection Exquisite

5 must have Sarees to make your collection Exquisite

In the world of fast fashion, ever-changing trends, and fusions, some timeless classics beat all of it and stay through years and generations as a legacy. Classics are something you can never go wrong with. May it be a family recipe or your mother's pearl earrings, they are always the Savior. When it comes to Fashion, Sarees are one such classic.

Sarees strike a perfect balance of Indian culture and its rich history with modern world aesthetics. There is so much grace and elegance it carries along that they never miss on making a statement. There is nowhere you cannot slay with the right saree. If you are thinking about adding some glam to your wardrobe, here are some must-have sarees to make your collection exquisite. 


Woven from mulberry silk, the kanjeevaram saree is the most desirable Indian clothing. Traditionally it was woven in Kanchipuram of Tamilnadu by specially skilled labourers who are considered to be descendants of Sage Markanda, the Weaver of gods. The saree radiates luxury and royalty and for its finesse and texture, it is known as the queen of sarees. So, this is a must-have addition to your saree collection.No matter how to choose to drape it, you can carry it for any celebration and look just perfect! 


Kanjeevaram silk saree is usually not embroidered. so, you can style it with a contrasting embroidered blouse to enhance its looks. If you find it difficult to keep the drape in place, add a belt to it. A waist belt can be a perfect modern touch to this traditional royalty and will also keep things in place.


Patola saree


Patola saree is the finest variety of handloom silk saree from Patan of Gujarat. Patola is used as a plural, a single saree is called "patolu". The patola sarees are made from a complex dying and weaving technique that needs precision to point, as they feature very delicate patterns, one mistake can ruin the pattern. This saree is world famous for its flaming colours which are combined with folk motifs in a geometric pattern or three-dimensional images. The saree represents the rich cultural heritage in the form of flowers, birds, and animal motifs. Every Trousseau is incomplete without this one, this is your sign to add one to yours. 



Whether you decide to adorn a patola saree at a wedding or a pooja, pair it with some fine traditional jewellery like an elaborated necklace or mala with earrings. Go minimal with your hair and makeup and you can pull it off gracefully. 


Bandhani Saree

The vibrant, colourful, and lively colours of Bandhani and leheriya will add a playful vibe to your saree wardrobe. Can be made in cotton, silk, and chiffon, by using a specialised tie and dye technique using small grains and flamboyant colours. Enhanced with gotta Patti, zari, or mirror embellishments this Rajasthan-originated beauty adds a playful vibe to your saree collection. 


A yellow chiffon leheriya saree paired with a mirror-worked green blouse will keep you up on the trend chart at any morning celebrations like a wedding Haldi or a summer party and keep your look as regal as a rajgharana princess. 


Kanjeevaram saree

Organza silk sarees are quite a trend these days. Organza is thin, lightweight material and has a sheer shine, which comes in all kinds of prints and colours. It's a part of every fashionista this season because of its flowy and dainty classic look. This saree feels more on a contemporary side than the traditional and that is why it can be carried to a casual brunch or to a cocktail party in style. 


A floral printed organza saree is something you will look forward to coming back to for every occasion, get it in subtle pastel colour and style it with your favourite accessories. Open pallus look celestial in organza sarees but sometimes this saree can get tricky to wear, so just make sure to use a lot of safety pins to keep everything in place.



Made in Varanasi, Banarasi silk saree is one the finest sarees in India known for its lustrous high-quality silk fabric. It is weaved with motifs from silver or golden zari thread to give an embossed effect. Banarasi silk is an integral part of every woman's wardrobe and is often passed down to further generations. They are here for ages and are very unlikely to be out of vogue anytime soon. So, let the legacy continue and get it to pass down to your daughter one day. 


Style it with a boat neck blouse and a gold jewellery piece to complete the look and to keep it neat and graceful. Drape and accessorise it according to the occasion and buy a colour you will never get bored of. 

Rewaa showcases a wide range of sarees, step in and you will be spoilt for choices. Rewaa is enriched with a huge assemble of everything from trendy to traditional or from heavy to lightweight saree, each representing a unique culture. You cannot miss on checking out the collection for the love of sarees! 

Pick the one that fascinates you most or all of it at once, because sarees are here to stay and will represent class forever. Style them your way and flaunt your unique personality.  So, whether you are planning your wedding trousseau or just upgrading your wardrobe, a saree is an essential buy to make it exquisite.