Sari is one of the most elegant and evergreen clothing items. You can experiment a lot with a sari. Be it the type of cloth or print or detailing, you can always try something new when it comes to sari.
Nothing speaks louder than having modern forms to traditional textiles which makes life more comfortable. Adapting to changing trends and lifestyle and still being able to wear what represents where you come from is just a marvelous innovation.
Tie-dye sequinned sheet saris are perfect for millennials brides. Anyone looking for the slightest quirk in their wedding looks can easily wear it on their bachelorette or Haldi night.
Conventional silk saris are beyond the bounds of fashion and trends. They are always going to be wardrobe-essentials. Wearing this silk attire with its colourful pallu left loose on the arm is never going to stop looking striking. The most popular types of silk saris are Kanjivaram or Kanchipuram, Banarasi and Bandhani. These luxurious pure silk attires are known for their unrivalled selection of designs and vibrant colours.
Traditionally they were adorned by Indian brides, particularly Banarasi silk saris.
If 2019 was the year of high necked blouses then 2020 will be the year of puffy bouffant sleeved blouses.
Made with rich fabrics embellished with cuffs and frills, these blouses can be paired with any sari from printed to silk saris. In fact, a bouffant blouse can bring drama and character to a sari. Modern prints such as that of pineapples, dream catchers, and windmills instead of regular floral prints are only getting popular. With the potential inclusion of quirky foil prints, word engravings, geometric prints and abstract art, saris are going to be an à la mode in the summer of 2020.
2019 gave us an array of stunning saris to make us feel like true fashionistas. Similarly, 2020 will not fail to impress from exquisite designs to mesmerising drapes. While there is a sari for everyone; you just have to discover the one for you.