A white half silk sharee is a traditional garment worn by women in South Asian country, particularly in Bangladesh. A sharee is a long piece of fabric, typically six to nine yards in length, draped around the body and worn with a blouse and petticoat.
A half silk sharee is a type of sharee where the body of the sharee is made of silk and the border and pallu (the end part of the sharee) are made of a different fabric. In the case of a white half silk sharee, the body of the sharee is made of silk and the border and pallu may be made of cotton or other fabrics.
The color white is often associated with purity, innocence, and spirituality, making it a popular choice for special occasions such as weddings and religious ceremonies. A white half silk sharee can be embellished with embroidery, sequins, or beadwork to add a touch of elegance and sophistication.
White half silk sharees can be worn by women of all ages and for a variety of occasions. They are versatile and can be paired with different types of blouses and accessories to create a range of looks, from simple and elegant to bold and dramatic. They are also comfortable to wear and allow for ease of movement, making them a popular choice for long events such as weddings and festivals.