Give your Saree a Fun Makeover
A sari is popularly accepted in India and across nations because of its elegance, sustainability and versatility; and this ensemble can make you look vivacious and sexy both at the same time. Draping saree in the different ways every time can be little tricky. Today, we will tell you how to drape saree in the most stylish way.
It is evident how celebrities are experimenting with sarees and styling them up in their best ethnic avatars. Divas like, Sonam Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Deepika Padukone have never shied away from giving a twist to a basic six-yard wonder.
Designer Anu PD suggests some clever and innovative ideas to flaunt a regularly draped saree.
One of the most edgy ways to spice up your sari is by adding Capes in Neutrals and Black that are right on trend, whatever be the season. For an ultimate festive look, go for a classy golden brocade or sheer cape. So, give the right contemporary look and stand out from the crowd and don’t let winter be an excuse for giving up on Indian wear.
Another stylish and easy hack to amp your sari is wearing it with ethnic Shrugs and Jackets. After selection of a sari, team it up with an appropriate jacket blouse. From short or waistcoat-like jackets to peplum, off-shoulder, sleeveless or collared jackets -all these work as wonderful cover-ups for both casual or heavy party look; and you can never go wrong with them. These garments also work well to give an uber boho-chic twist to our traditional wear sarees. Throw them on for an effortless elegance! Add zing and royalty by wearing a long embellished velvet jacket and protect yourself from winter at the same time.
An embellished collar can be adorned with a low-neckline blouse and the collar’s design elements can compensate for any kind of heavy duty neckpiece. Style your simple sarees without embroidery, with the collars which are in brocade or worked upon with 3-D embellishments.
Add instant drama and indo-western look by putting on a Cowl accessory! For the slender bride, an embellished Front Cowl top could enhance the silhouette of the draped saree. This peppy drape can be your statement blouse and worn in a jiffy with pant style sari too. It works well for heavy and not-so heavy bustline.
So this festive season just rock the look by draping saree in the most stylish way.
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