It’s officially the summer wedding season and we can’t stop gushing over the designer saris taking the runway by storms this year. From the Papa Don’t Preach’s color punch collection to jewel toned Sahil Kochhar saris, this wedding season there is sure a lot to choose from. Stating the obvious, we all absolutely love being draped in the 6 yard wonder that saris are. From the patan patola gujrati beauty to the sultry kanjeepuram, saris always take the center stage especially when it comes to weddings in India. And since India is gearing up for major shaadi scenes currently, here are our reasons why these timeless beauties should be on your wedding fashion list. Truly TraditionalWe have all grown up falling in love with our mother’s treasured collection of saris. With its wide range of regional variations, they have been significantly rooted to our cultural heritage. Whether it is the opulent silk sari or a glamorous shimmer georgette one, a sari is definitely our first choice when it comes to dressing up for weddings in India. A Range Of Fabrics To Choose From From chanderi silk to flowy chiffon, the more you travel the length and breadth of India the more you will find varieties in sari fabrics. Whether it’s a summer wedding or a monsoon one, you have saris for every season and every occasion. And that’s why saris will always be classic choices for occasions and celebrations. Styling With Accessories Gone are the days when saris could only be seen with traditional jumkas and neck pieces. Of course we love our ethnic jewelry, but this wedding season try out styling your sari with modern statement blings and baubles. Draping options There is no just one way of draping a sari, and we learnt this quite some time back. The runways have surely been an inspiration with top designers showcasing their distinct draping techniques. Whether you drape the pallu over your neck and fasten it with a belt or drape it around yourself to make it look like a gown, there are endless interesting ways to experiment with saris.