Did you know that our clothing style is related to the climate of the country we live in? Although we occasionally put on clothes that are contrary to the climatic conditions of the place, for the most part, we tend to adopt the appearances that our climate permits. Unlike the rest of the world, we live in a country that receives sunny days almost throughout the year, regardless of the season. That makes it evident that we prefer soft and light forms of clothing over furry ones.
They say women have a larger number of clothing options to choose from in comparison to men. When it comes to our clothing preferences, all of us can agree that we share a close bond with our ethnic clothing. Sarees, better known as the long strip of cloth that women wrap around their bodies, are an ancient form of Indian ethnic wear. Sarees are in fact the most common ethnic wear and over the years, they have become a symbol of dignity, an expression of comfort and a national identity for Indian women.