Sari has been a popular dress in the cultures of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Burma, and Malaysia. It has changed its styles and designs over the years. It has made its way into the international market and now women in many countries wear a sari on both formal and casual occasions.
In Pakistan, it is considered to be a perfect dress for a formal occasion. Many women love to wear a sari in fashion on the weddings. Different designs and fabrics are used for a sari. Whether it is simple chiffon or a banarasi silk sari; beaded, embroidered or painted; each style and the fabric have their own charm and grace. Even printed saris are also loved by many women for the casual occasions.
Many popular designers of the South Asian market design modern saris with different designs, drape styles; and combinations of colors and fabrics.
– Simple is graceful
A simple and elegant sari looks wonderful for semi-formal occasions. Combined with the right accessories, it looks graceful enhancing the curves and pleats of your designer sari. A plain sari is really eye-catching and looks graceful on a tall and slim woman. A few plain saris would be a great addition to your semi-formal wardrobe.
– Combine the fabrics
You can always combine different kinds of fabrics to give your sari a more elegant and formal look. A velvet blouse with a chiffon or net sari in fashion would do wonderful. You can also make a velvet border with beaded embroidery on it with the net sari. Whatever fabrics you combine, make sure to keep an overall balance in the fall of the drape of your designer sari.
– Make color combinations
You can combine the colors of your choice to make your sari more graceful and stylish. Go beyond your imaginations to design your sari and make the world turn their eyes on you. You can make it as formal as you want by adding beautiful embellishments on it.
– Embellishments on a sari
There is a huge variety of the embellishments that you can add to your sari. Beautiful hand woven borders in thread embroidery, bead work, gota, zardozi work, makaish and tilla work are the most popular ones for making a sari in fashion more formal and beautiful. You can add beautiful laces to a plain sari to make it more economical. Delicate work over the neckline and sleeves of the blouse are also popular around the world.
– Go creative
There are a lot of options for you to choose from while selecting a sari. Different fabrics, color combinations and embellishments can make your designer sari a really amazing piece and will make the people praise it a lot. If you want to add a few saris to your wardrobe while keeping your budget low, then you can even combine more than one designer saris with a single blouse.
Click HERE to read more from Fashion Central.