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The etymology of the word sari or saree is from the Sanskrit word 'sati', which means strip of cloth. This evolved into the Prakrit 'sadi' and was later anglicized into sari (often spelled as saree).

Even though weddings in India are becoming modern Bridal saree and wedding saree still rule the hearts of many Indian women .The saree India's national dress makes a woman look ethnic, graceful and elegant. Besides India, sarees are also commonly worn in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.

These Vintage saris fabric are unique in their designs & very rare and hard to find. However with such a length of wonderful and perhaps highly decorated fabric there are many other things that can be done with it if you don’t want to wear it as a sari, like you can make lovely clothes, use it for Window Dressings & other Household Accessories. There is a lot more you can do with these Vintage Saris...So, have fun and let your creativity fly!

Remember the hottest look this season is simplicity combined with elegance so do not overdo it with fake jewels. Subtle zari embroidery will enable you to wear your saree time after time at weddings, mehandis and formal dinners etc. If you don't want to wear your wedding saree after marriage you can always convert it into a shalwar kameez or a western costume.

Whatever you decide India's bridal saree and wedding saree is an outfit that will always make a bride shine and look very ethnic.

Vintage fabricare good source of recycling the fabric for multipurpose uses such as for making stylish cushion cover, pillow cover, skirt, dress, bed sheet, curtails, table cloth, door valance, quilt and many more items from sari fabric this will help you to enhance your creativity skills and also make your home look so different and stylish.