The craftsmanship on Indian sarees is art at its best! Intricate designs created with zardozi, dabka, sequin, thread, pearls, and zari is like a beautiful painting created on a piece of cloth. The detailing is so fine that it is difficult to take your eyes off them.
Black is no new color to the world of Indian sarees. The color which can turn a woman into a classic, glamorous and timeless vision! Silk saree, cotton sari, Banarasi saree or any other type of saree shines brightest in black color; it takes traditional Indian style to a different level. But when classic black color meets plush velvet fabric what you get is sheer richness!
Wedding season is all about traditions, vibrant colors and designer outfits! When we talk of the Indian wedding fashion, Bollywood is one driving force behind all the stunning bridal and guest wedding styles. In India, if we think of ethnic fashion, women always turn pages to take inspiration from Bollywood divas.
It is often believed bright and vibrant colors like pink, red, orange, green, yellow are for young people and muted or neutral colors like beige, cream, white, off-white are meant for old people. This case becomes more obvious if a young woman chooses to wear a soft muted color saree or an ensemble at big occasions like a wedding.
Anarkali fashion has stood the test of time and is holding strong since almost two decades. It started with traditional mid-length Anarkali suits and went on to floor-length and short-length Anarkali suits. Today, we can see various fashionable takes on this traditional attire which has made it a more wearable outfit.