India is a hub of talent and the cultures here simply do not cease. In India there are more than one cultural concentration, the cuisine being the first and the second being the rich ethnic wears. India has always been one of the richest places to showcase their ethnicity. Now again India has different talents and different cultures in different parts, the south being the most prominent when it comes to sarees and its collections. Today, in this article we talk about some of the greatest southern cotton sarees.

Most Popular South Cotton Sarees in India:

1. Silver Beauty:

This is a wonderful cutting edge trendy saree in black and shimmering silver. The saree seems wonderful mixed in with the pure black that forms the body of the saree. The entire saree is thrown in a basic scarce stripe design with alternate thin silver stripes and black sections. Silver and black accessories along with the matching blouse add a distinct theme to your look.

2. The Royal Gathering:

The base color of the saree is a satin cream white with a deep emerald which eludes richness from it. The look is termed royal because of its majestic color combination that fits the saree so well. There is a faint hint of posh pink on the outer lines but what takes the crown is the bold golden embroidery on the emerald. The golden borderlines on the saree too looks swell.

3. The Mix It Well:

This black cotton saree has one of the finest weaved cotton in it which gives the saree an inexplicable chiffon look. The sari’s body color is black and the outer line has a wide bold vermillion red border line. Now within the black and the red is the beautiful golden embroidery with occasional red and yellow stripes at the pallu’s end.

4. The Chic In White:

White is the color of purity. White is the color of serenity and white here looks absolutely flawless with this copper gold or brass outer line. The saree is quite humble yet a strong statement piece where the simple white is filled with minuscule flower patterns. The borderline is laid in a heavy brass zari work with a beautiful studded detailing in between.  Towards the end you would see a beautiful violet and golden borderline.

5. The Chocolate Savvy:

The color of the saree is a deep milk chocolate. This is the beige shade that portrays a deep brown and matching it is the maroon or copper red that forms the stripes for the outer borderline. Throughout the saree, towards the end there is a constant alternating copper and brown with stripes but the golden border seals the deal. Outside the gold is a thin rim of clothing.

6. The White And Gold:

The saree here is in a very beautiful cream shade which looks absolutely brilliant when teamed with the soft canary gold. This is a traditional wear for the southerners, especially emerging from Kerala where the classic white and gold is a ritual like wear. The sarees are kept to their humble self with the borderlines and pallu’s showcasing detailing in gold.

7. Beige It In:

The saree here is in a beige color with black thrown in the mix to add a striking contrast. This is luscious beige with a satin finish where golden striped lines define the end of the pallu. The upper part of the saree is in a soft black that goes well with the boldness of the look.

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8. Flower Galore:

The saree’s base color once again in light and humble in a soft beige cream but what we admire the most is the simplicity explained through a complex use of flowering plants, vines and all towards the end of the draping. The pallu of the sari is extremely beautiful with occasional heavy patterns on the lower end.

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9. Mad A Bout Stripes:

Here the entire saree is in monochrome with occasional black and white detailing. If you are a stripe fanatic, you would definitely like the look of it.

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