No matter what the occasion or season, if you are an Indian women who loves to wear sarees, there are bound to be times when you want to look effortlessly unique even in the familiar folds and drape of the nine yard wonder. Who wouldn't want to look trendy? However finding a fresh look in this age old silhouette can sometimes be a challenge.
So if you are one of those Indian Ethnic fashion lovers who are constantly on the look out for new ways to flaunt the saree we have the latest Indian Ethnic style inspiration to help you flaunt the trendiest, freshest looks. Coming right from our Bollywood fashionistas' style files, here are five hot new saree looks from March 2020 to inspire you for a new spin on your season's new saree collection.
Ethnic Diva: We are absolutely crushing on Malaika Arora's modish spin on this rich patola saree. Styled with a minimal round neck black blouse this look is a winner for its utter vibrance balanced with simplicity. The solid black, no frills style of the blouse allows the saree to take centre stage and balances the large motifs on the Patola pattarns. The colorful silver jewelery is a perfect match and the minimal make up and simple hairdo adorned with flowers keep the look sufficienly traditional without going OTT. Kudos again Malaika Arora !!
Tip: Going by this look you can pair your brightly colored sarees with neutral solid blouses. When you want to go traditional without seeming too dolled up this styling is perfect to allow your heavily patterned sarees to come out of the wardrobe even for a low-key occassion.
Indian missus: Well, on the contrary if you are going for a out and out festive look, try giving a chance to bold stripes. This beautiful magenta number with bold zaree stripes on the pallu, donned by an equally beautiful Shilpa Shetty Kundra is a perfect outfit to attend a big event like a wedding reception or even a festive occassion or a pooja. The key to the balance in this look? The bold color and the zaree stripes are perfectly balanced here with a solid blouse in a coordinated shade. The leggy lady gets full marks for picking a pair of statement jhumkas and a traditional kangan. It helps keep the look coordinated and not overloaded with gold accessories.
Tip:When you go for a bold zaree pattern banarasi saree like this make sure the jewelery is not too big and pick one or two key pieces only. This will keep the attention on your saree and its lovely zaree work. Less is more.
Gamine beauty: The simple white saree is given a sophisticated spin by Sonam Kapoor Ahuja. The look is simple but not dull thanks to the beautiful statement jewellery coordinated with the outfit. The neat low hairdo and We love how she has added a mini statement bag to her look for a modish-vintage feel. This is a perfect look for those formal dinners when you might not think of donning a saree. Think again !
Tip: White and other neutral sarees with little or no detailing are ideal to nail this look. All you have to do is to have a neat hairdo and elegant jewellery to complete the look.
Boss Lady: Need to attend an formal event but not appear too dressy? Go for this stylish modern look donned by Neena Gupta. This saree with a postage stamp inspired look is a perfect foil for a casual but bold saree outing. The modern styling of the hair and the simple beaded necklace adds grace and elegance to the look.
Tip: Nail this look with a printed saree by keeping the accessories minimal and modern. Add a smart watch and you are good to go.
Cool and casual: Doing casual in a saree gets a new spin from Tapsee Pannu. She has styled her embroidered cotton saree with a western blouse featuring a waist tie up. The frilly sleeves on the blouse add a casual touch and her no jewellery look with hair worn down is perfect for a casual outing.
Tip: Want to style your saree the street-wear way? Take a western top with billowy sleeves and you are good to go !
So there, we have shown you every way you can style a saree with a fresh spin for any ocassion... which one is your pick today?
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Article By : Bhavna R