Want to Look Your Best in All Your Party Photographs? Wear Any of These 10 Vibrant Coloured Sarees to the Next Event and Watch All Eyes Turn to You!

Want to Look Your Best in All Your Party Photographs? Wear Any of These 10 Vibrant Coloured Sarees to the Next Event and Watch All Eyes Turn to You!

Sarees are not a pain to wear. There are countless lightweight different coloured saree options available and it all rests on your hand to pick the one that not only makes you look beautiful but also make you feel comfortable. We hope our saree collections would give you an idea of the colour of saree that look best on you - that you need to keep an eye on if you want to invest in sarees. Now take a look at their designs and do reach them out if you want to buy one.

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Choosing Saree Colour Based on Your Body Type

Saree is a gorgeous outfit worn by women of Indian origin. As per Etymology, it means “strip of cloth”. Sanskrit Literature mentions it as Sattika which was originally used to describe women’s attire. Saree like drapes dates back to Indus Valley Civilization. Those days’ saree draping clothes were made of cotton and with dyes like indigo, lac, turmeric, etc. Slowly around the 2450 BC and 2000 BC silk came into the picture and then it was no looking back. The 2nd century to 6th century saw the evolution of the saree as more stylish ethnic wear than just a need.

Women slowly started adopting regional handloom saree of different fabrics like silk, cotton, embroidered and tie-dye styles. Different colours were slowly recognized with pastels, lighter shades and other modern colours.

Larger Prints And Bolder Colours for Tall And Slender Women

While choosing the right saree, you need to be a hundred per cent sure of the prints which suits your style. If you are quite tall and slender, choosing larger prints and bolder colours would definitely be a yes yes. Floral prints, block prints are some of them. Craftsvilla brings a yellow printed designer saree for all the tall women in the house. The linen saree has a beautiful red floral pattern all across. The ethnic piece is a perfect fit for festive, party or even offices. This readymade saree can be teamed up with a quarter sleeved blouse. The dress can be bought at a modest price of Rs. 727.

Silk, Shimmer, Georgette for the Shorter Women

When you are shorter it is important that you create an illusion of length. So while choosing your next drape, make sure to go ahead with light coloured prints and shorter borders. Even plain saree with no borders could be a great fit. Silk, Shimmery choices are the ideal choice of women with shorter heights. So you are looking for the next party wear, The embroidered lycra Shimmer Saree is the perfect ethnic wear. The saree is extremely gorgeous because of the enhanced zari, bead, dori and patch border work. It is available with a beige crafted blouse in round neck and short sleeves. It is a perfect dress for every wedding occasion or social gathering. The contemporary design can be availed at a price of Rs. 4,647.

Dark Shades for the Chubby Ones

We all feel frustrated when are a little overweight and there is no dress which can suit you. Well, saree is a perfect attire to suit these body types. Preferably the dark colors and bolder prints will surely hide those bulges and make you look slender and beautiful. But avoid saree with heavier borders they will surely not do you any good. A black saree is a perfect choice for the social evenings. With an embroidered gota patti border Taboody Empire Black And Beige Georgette Saree is the perfect and ideal choice for obese women. This ethnic piece of wear can be easily availed at a price of Rs. 1,428.

Best Bridal Saree Colours This Wedding Season

Spring is believed to be the season of flowers and colours. The beauty of springs brings the amazing parade of weddings with it. The town sees the most beautiful brides in the most beautiful colours and designs this season. We bring you some of the best saree colours to choose for your bridal ceremonies. For the long list of wedding ceremonies, you need to be wise enough to choose the perfect colours which are trendy yet subtle.

Swirl with Blue

Blue is one of the subtle colours and a natural choice when it comes to bridal shopping. The colour is bold and the right design will surely enhance your evening. The classic royal blue pedding georgette embroidered saree is the obvious choice. This dress is suitable for your cocktail party and mehendi ceremonies. The Georgette Hand Work Saree and its embroidery will be the talk of the party. The 5.5-meter saree is beautifully crafted with intricate embroidery which can be teamed up with a Gordy golden patterned blouse to match up. The ethnic wear should be definitely a part of your bridal shopping. The exquisite piece can be availed at a modest range of Rs. 1,890.

Cherry Tomato

We all know the love we Indian women have for red and its nearby allies. Cherry tomato is the colour of the season. The bold colour does make heads turn and is the evening catch for your wedding ceremonies. While looking for a casual morning ceremony you could carefully don the tomato red saree with green borders. This traditional saree has a beautiful golden border with an abroad green border. The Tomato Red Saree is the perfect fit for a newly wedded bride or soon to be. This colour will surely agree with most body types and just merges classily with the Indian tone. You could experiment with the blouse using mandarin collars or flat collars. The traditional ethic drape could be yours at a modest range of Rs. 2,499.

Salmon Rose

Silk has always been a classy choice of Indian women. Our mothers, grandmothers love wearing silk and so do we. When it comes to a wedding, what better than a beautifully handcrafted Kota silk saree to start the beautiful life. Salmon rose colour is the love of every girl and making it in a curious high demand. The hand-woven handicraft saree is an ideal choice for women with serene taste. The Saree can be availed at a modest price of Rs. 2,520. This saree can be worn during any pre-festivities of your marriage. The subtle silk saree is one gorgeous piece of clothing everyone will be drooling over.

Lavender Pink Sarees

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Banarasi Sarees are elegant, royal and a perfect fabric for all your festivities. Why not for your marriage ceremonies? Lavender color brings the richness of Indian weaves and culture. The Banarasi Purple Silk Saree is lightweight and can be pleated in beautiful different styles. The woven designs and patola prints gives the glimpse of a pure and rich traditional look. It can be stylized in different ways . The lavender-pink saree will be a perfect addition to your wardrobe. As this is a classy choice it can wore on multiple occasions even after years of your wedding festivities. There are chances that you might be gifting the saree to your next generation too. The purple patola print can be paired with a gorgeous blouse and wearing it with tassel earrings or oxidized jewellery would add to your beauty. The saree can be yours at a modest price of Rs. 3,320.

Champagne Gold Sarees

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Golden Coloured Sarees have the capacity to charm us away. They are the classy royal choices when it comes to weddings. The best of fashion designer stay true to their roots by designing multiple classy outfits in golden silk. The glowing golden colored party wear silk is just what you need if you want to dazzle. This is a dress which will surely stay in the family for generations. The party wear choice can be used as a n attire in multiple function starting from Diwali celebrations to your wedding cocktail party. This traditional ethnicity can be yours at a price of Rs. 1,792. This is the right kind of Bangalore silk embedded in the most fashionable embroidered borders. The mix speaks of elegance and contemporary at the same time.

Subtle Ivory

Ivory silk is the trending classy design this summer. The hand-woven piece with its own unique irregularities adds a unique charm to the fabric. This intricate piece has beautiful striped pallu and a contrasting shade of border to add. The raw silk fabric makes it a done deal for many women. Pairing it up with a dazzle earrings and a shimmery golden sleeveless blouse will be ideal. The dori work on the borders of the saree is inspired from the simple ancient roots of Indian culture we have. Lightweight, classy, trendy fabric and a classy merge of subtle and modern this is the Saree which should a part of every women’s wardrobe. The saree could easily be your attire for a humble evening gathering during your ceremonies. The ethnic Jaypore clothing can be yours at a modest range of Rs. 4,440. Chitansh Kutir Udyog brings the right blend of contemporary with this Ivory Raw silk Hand weaved design.

Shining Silver

We all went crazy when we saw our Indian beauty pageant and Bollywood style icon wearing that shimmery silver saree. We all know who it is. Priyanka Chopra. Let’s take a moment from her fashion dairy. The saree was a modern-day trendy design draped in the form of ethnic Indian clothing. So if you drool over the thought of silver drapes, the engrossing grey coloured Karwa Chauth special saree is the festive choice you would never regret. This beautiful saree has soft silk fabric with the looks of classy designer wear. The Saree has a silk fabric blouse to team up with. It is perfect for occasions with subtle appearances. Pair it up with a classy junk jewelry to enhance our dress. The saree can be bought at a price of Rs. 1,499. For your wedding occasion, choose this dress for the perfect evening gathering for your wedding ceremony.

Pastel Green

Those days are far gone when brides were recognized from the red colour. With the millennial generation taking over the trend, newer colours have got a new place. We have seen brides in their newlywed avatars in pastel shades. Believe us we have never seen anything better. 2019 is all about representing the new era, so let’s do it with the new ranges of Pastel Green Colours. To make yourself the contemporary queen mix your style with a banarasi in a pastel shade. Nothing would make you look better. The georgette handcrafted golden zari saree is a masterpiece of our artisans. The handloom georgette, the royal banarasi and the elegant zari work on the pallu together make a desirable design. This handcrafted product is lightweight making it a comfortable and cost-effective dress. This hand-painted saree with golden zari and floral buta in pastel green is worth every penny you spend. The dress can be availed at a modest range of Rs. 19,799. Well, nothing quality comes cheap.

Lime Punch

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Well let’s make something clear, this is not a healthy recipe or a beverage we are talking about. Lime Punch is the subtle and classy colour of the season. With fashion gurus going gaga over this colour it has indeed become one of the most popular among the Indian Brides. So why not try this amazing colour with the handloom Women’s pure silk saree. The material is handwoven banarasi silk making the whole thing even more royal. For all the women wanting to dress up in a royal elegant style with roots from her ancient souls, nothing could beat this piece of clothing. Avail this dress at a range of Rs. 7,200.

Cream Or Off White : The Perfect Royal Colour

We have talked about red, pastels, blues and silver which help you make the real fashion statement. But you want to create an elegant ambience with your presence. No bold colour can help you achieve this. You need to go back to the original classic colours. Cream or off White is your colour gal pals. Manyavar brings a dark cream saree with an intricate border of peach. This saree is elegant and contemporary. A wise choice for your wardrobe, this exquisite piece of clothing can be bought at a Rs. 3,499. The Saree can be teamed up with a simple cream blouse or a designer blouse to make it special.

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The Bare Essentials for Saree

You only need two important accessories to drape a saree, which have the potential to make or break the look. These are the blouse and petticoats. However, women don’t even pay half as much attention to them as they do to their jewellery or footwear. A petticoat should be the matching shade of the saree. A contrast in colour will strike as a see-through and would look really odd. A fishtail petticoat goes well with lighter fabrics such as chiffon, georgette and net. However, with traditional and heavier fabrics such as Kanjivaram and Banarasi, stick to cotton petticoat as cotton is breathable and skin-friendly. The cotton would let your skin stay sweat-free under those heavy layers of silk and zari work. Similarly, opt for traditional blouse designs to pair with classic zardosi sarees.