Crepe fabric is also known by crepe de Chine or soft crepe. It has a crinkled texture and is made from woven silk and silk yarns. A silk crepe fabric is an excellent fabric in crepe which is sheer in luster. Crepe fabric comes in two forms thin and hard crepe. Thin crepe fabric is used for making fashionable Indian clothing like the Churidar Kameez, Salwaar Kameez, Lehenga Choli and Sarees.
In contemporary Indian society, crepe fabric is used for crepe sarees and which is a rage among women these days. The spectacular array of sarees available in crepe surely makes women a show stunner. In many north Indian families, crepe sarees are a must-have in the wardrobe and also the intrinsic embroidery on the outfit is breathtaking. Resham work is also done on the crepe sarees to show the beauty of the fabric.
On any occasion or parties, the right choice for a modern chick look one should wear a crepe saree. Indian designers bring out the modern and ethnic look in today’s modern fabric n a unique manner. The crinkled texture of crepe brings out the charm in women and also accentuates her feminism. They have appliqué works, gold panels, sequins and zari work done extensively to get the grace and charm in a saree. Plain and printed crepe sarees are designed by designers these days.
Crepe fabric is the right fabric for a beautiful modern saree because it has a lustrous appearance, fine and glossy texture and also silk-like glaze which makes it suitable for every formal occasion. Most of the luxurious saris are available in crepe. Crepe saree cannot compete with a silk saree but still, it has the charm to go side by side with a silk saree with its luster. Crepe saris can be very easily draped and worn with comfort. The fabric is very slippery and it glazes so one has to tuck it in and tie it up carefully and strongly.
Normally most of the crepe saris are not decked up with embellishments and also with heavy embroidery as the fabric itself has the shine and luster as there is no need for carving on the sari. No heavy designs are done on the crepe sari; instead, the designers make intricately embroidered borders on the sarees along with an embroidered motifs or Buttis. Crepe saree is best worn during formal get together parties, weddings and even on a day to day basis. For formal gatherings, crepe sarees is a very safe and good option to wear because it can be easily draped depending on the style that one wants and it is suitable in almost all body types. Crepe sarees make one look slimmer, gorgeous and sexy.
Women nowadays go for fancy crepe sarees. These saris are in mix and match designs which vary on the place and occasion to wear.
Printed crepe sarees are very popular nowadays. Gold metallic embroidery is done on the crepe saris increases the look of a crepe saree. Resham embroidery with light floral motifs is the look of the season.
Crepe saris come in these ranges-
Fancy crepe sarees
Crepe silk sarees
Indian crepe silk sarees
Fancy synthetic crepe saree and many more.
Thus crepe sarees when adorned with minimal jewelry ads grace and elegance to the wearer and also the wearer styles it with momentum.