'The six yard piece of cloth, with no zip or stitch yet oozing pure elegance and femininity, makes a woman look complete.'
When it comes to the wedding day, we all want to look our best from hair to toe, make-up to dress-up, everything just pitch perfect. Mostly all of us can imagine our wedding day attire, a beautifully draped sequined, glittery saree which makes everyone awestruck and your man to drool over you. Though, many of us have an illusion that sarees can’t be revamped and are still struck to old basic style. Knock-knock you are wrong!
We are here to clear your illusion by telling you five looks that can leave everyone’s jaw drop. Scroll down to have a look.
Pair it with Jackets!
A quirky jacket or a shirt instead of a blouse can make your saree look more chic and in-fashion. It will make the crowd go woo over your style. You can also add a more fashionable touch to your saree by pairing it up with a peter-pan collar blouse or a long jacket.
Quirk it up
According to traditions a saree is always, always, and always worn over a petticoat but we advise you to give that old petticoat trend a little rest. Pair your saree over a palazzo, leggings or pants to give a little more modern touch to your bridal wear. To elevate the look you can also team it up with chic blouses, jackets and or even a waistcoat.
Drape it right
Experiment with the old basic saree look and opt for different style of pallus and drapes. Opt for a Bengali drape style for your Punjabi wedding. You can even go for a toga style saree
Touch of little Indo-western
If you are one of those who wants traditional yet a little touch of western look to her attire, go for Saree Gown. Saree Gowns are new in trend which gives you that modern diva touch and hits the right chord. You can carry this look for your cocktail or a reception party. You can even opt for layered lehenga saree, or even a tiered skirt with a saree drape.
Experiment with the blouse
Who doesn’t like experimenting with the blouse. All of us love those sheer net blouses to deep cuts. Style advice – ditch the conventional blouse styles and opt for little peek-a-boos.