The types of sarees in India could be classified in various ways. They could pertain to regions like north, south, east and west regions of India for instance. The sarees could be categorized according to the occasion in the sense that they could be casual wear, formal wear or party wears. The sarees could be in types of fabrics used or the embroidery patterns which are implemented in it. Going deep through the subject, saris could be designer wear or bollywood wear which are based on the exclusiveness of their design patterns.
The type of party wear sarees include georgette, silk, satin, chiffon, crepe and net which could hold embroidery patterns like sequin, stone, bead and mirror works. Smaller party saris find resham embroidery in colourful threads. The formal wear and casual wear sarees are mostly in cotton which may have printed designs in them. Handloom sarees are preferred by most women owing to the flawlessness and comfort of its texture. Comfort and aestheticity are the keywords in any types of sarees .
Types of sarees from west India like bandhini and those of east India like baluchari sarees are known for their detailed work. Saris with strenuous work involved in them are more popular because a woman feels special when her saree is admired in detail and the beholder pauses on it for while. Saris are also of different lengths. Traditional Marathi sarees and those worn by the Brahmin community of South India measure 9 yards while the normal saree measures six yards.