This Saurashtra Katt drape between the legs is worn by the Saurashtra communities who migrated from Gujarat to weave for their sponsors in Tamilnadu. This sari is woven in Thanjavur, Tamilnadu.
This Odishi wearing style was originally worn by dancers between the legs and was widely prevalent before the stitched costume gained popular appeal in the 1970s and 80s. This is an Ek Phulia Sari woven in Sonepur, Odisha.
This was a style originally worn by Mohiniattam Dancers in Kerala. The fan which is formed on the hip or front is what the stitched Mohiniattam and Bharatnatyam costume has imbibed and retained in the wearing style prevalent today. This Ganga Jamuna sari or double color borders is woven with Organic local cotton in Andhra Pradesh today.