Make a fashion statement in a saree – the most traditional apparel worn by women in India of age-old Indian culture.
With thousands of years of Indian tradition woven into the beautiful fabric, along with the designers’ potential and freedom to explore the saree, sarees have tied a special bond between all Indian women across the world that they remain everlasting and inseparable. The continuous adaptation with new styles in traditional Indian sarees is known to define a woman’s elegance for over centuries.
With wedding season right around the corner, traditional Indian sarees- especially bridal sarees, are no more confined to standard red silk or brocade. The unique artistic ideas of new age designers brings change into Indian fashion, especially bridal trends: they flawlessly combine traditional elements with modern techniques. Through their artistic influence, all brides-to-be have a plethora of options to choose from for their wedding day. These designers use fabrics to create one-of-a-kind sarees that make the bride the belle of the ball.
Embellished Chiffon and Georgette Sarees
Glamorous georgette and chiffon sarees along with excellent embellishments make it the most popular trend among modern Indian brides. The vibrant colours of these sarees add charm, poise and that royal look to the bride-to-be on her wedding day.
The modern Indian woman can drape the saree in a number of ways on her wedding day, and team it up with kundan or diamond jewelry to look akin to Bollywood divas.
Traditional sarees with a modern twist
Silk and cotton sarees may not necessarily be conventional and boring. Indian designers are mixing up modern designs with traditional silk or cotton in order to meet the demands of the modern bride and modern women who want to look gorgeous and stylish on various occasions.
Modern Indian designers and women are keen in experimenting with sarees that are crafted to become the talk of the town. Hence, brides choose from contemporary motifs on traditional sarees to stand out among the crowd.
For example, traditional silk sarees are styled with a bateau neckline and quarter sleeve blouse. Accessories are kept to the bare minimum, and a waist belt can sometimes be the focus of the outfit.
Lace sarees have made a recent come back into fashion and are slowly gathering popularity among bridal wear designers. Lace, though timeless for traditional wardrobes, is modern and classic at the same time. Epitomizing elegance, the bride can carry it extremely well during her wedding and at other occasions. Furthermore, it can be later kept inside the wardrobe to be worn several times over since these sarees never go out of fashion and create a fashion statement for brides and brides-to-be!
For the modern Indian bride looking for bridal sarees that are out of the ordinary, we just have one thing to say – get inventive and don’t be afraid to experiment because there are a million options out there for sarees with a twist!