Traditional or Modern Ethnic: Elevate Your Fashion Game with a Red Banarasi Sari this Karwachauth!

A quintessential red saree is always a winning choice for Indian festivals! A wedding, a puja, or a traditional festival like Karwachauth, a red saree is handsdown pick for a typical desi saree look. But with the changing Indian fashion scene, a lot of modern Indian women are experimenting with their saree styles. With Karwachauth round the corner, the town will be painted red with gorgeous Indian beauties! While some women love their traditional Indian styles, which are evergreen and classic, some others are taking an experimental route with unconventional drapes and silhouettes. Also, when it comes to styling and draping a saree in different ways, a gorgeous Muga Banarasi is a befitting choice! A muga Banarasi saree is not only traditional but versatile as well, it can be draped easily in many ways because of its softness.

Whether you go for a traditional look or a modern ethnic style, a Muga Banarasi sari will give you that perfect avatar! For a traditional Karwachauth style, get inspired by this beautiful Indian woman clad in a stunning red Muga Benarasi saree! The saree is crafted with antique zari motifs throughout and an antique zari pallu. She has paired it with a contrasting cream embroidered mirror work sleeveless saree blouse. The look is completed with a bindi, open hair and a stunning pair of chandbali earrings. If you want to enhance the traditional vibes, wear a stack of bangles and go for a low-knot bun with roses!

Red Muga Banarasi Saree

For modern ethnic divas, this same sari can be styled with an embroidered golden belt to add that contemporary touch to your traditional saree! Keep your hair open and go for a pair of heavy kundan studs to add that modern edge to your Karwachauth look. Pair it with a golden embellished designer saree blouse for that additional bling and you are all set to celebrate the festivities in style!

Red Muga Banarasi Saree with Embroidered Blouse

An alternate modern-ethnic way to style this red saree is to wear it a dhoti saree and pair with a koti-style embroidered blouse. Go for a statement choker necklace and a top-knot bun and you are set to garner loads of compliment for your edgy festive look!

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Article By : Charu Tyagi

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