It’s the season of the weddings and every bride is looking out for something unusual and unique to make her day extraordinary. It’s customary in India for brides to wear a lehenga on their marriage, but with the trend continuously revolutionizing now, it’s only fair to say the brides want to wear anything ethnic but a lehenga. This season the focus is on the very graceful nine yards of sarees. And with a few brides setting the bar it’s becoming a dream attire for every other to be bride to take the inspiration as well.
Sarees are easy to pull off on any body type and gives an extravagant and graceful panache when draped properly. To make your life a little bit easier and to put a standstill on your quest for the perfect idea of a glamorous saree look, I have laid down few of the latest Brides who have dazzled in their glamorous attire.
Wedding in Sarees for Brides
It is a chilli red Kanjivaram silk bridal saree with a gold border. The puffed sleeves in the blouse along with the neat pleats and pallu gives an elegant look.This style of draping is extremely popular for the south brides but with the gold ‘kamarbandh’ and the neck piece it gives an overall Indian appearance. This saree and drape is an inspirational Indian attire for any bride.
Next, is a breathtakingly beautiful bronze glittered saree. It’s a Sabyasachi original and it has miniature adornments throughout which contributes a royal expression to it. The nine yards of sheer beauty gives it a dual look of a saree and a gown given the way it flows at the bottom. The heavy embroidery on the saree would go well with light jewellery.
This was the look of the year. Though, it was not Anushka Sharma’s marriage attire but her reception saree held equal attention. The traditional tomato red and gold banarasi saree, by none other than Sabyasachi with a heavy brocade weave is extremely regal.
4.Banarasi Saree with border
This one is a soothing blend of different shades of pink. The blouse is designed with kundan work to give it a dense expression. It has a heavy banarasi golden border at the bottom and is styled with profound rusty ornaments to enhance its appearance. This bride looks nothing less than a dream in this attire.
5.Chiffon- Georgette saree
If as a bride to be, you are looking for a sassy kick ass look, this ought to be your pick. A very subtle chiffon-georgette blend with kundan bead work on the side borders and broad golden border at the bottom. This saree is a striking balance of simplicity and effortlessness. The highlight of this attire is the classy and heavily hand embroidered jacket, which is what makes it unparalleled.
6.Golden silk saree
Next up is the bride in golden silk woven saree with Mughal boota embroidery designed by Abu Jaani Sandeep Khosla couture. It is complemented with dreamy silver jewellery well suited to give a divine look.You can keep the make up minimum given the shiny golden radiance of the saree compensating for it.
7.Maharashrtrian Saree style
This is yet another regional attire famous for its immaculate draping style. Bright red saree with oxidised silver jewellery and a hefty embroidery on the blouse .If you are not too high on heavy outfits, you can always opt for this type of monochromic chiffon melange and minimalistic jewels combination. This is how Sagarika Ghatge chose it to be and I am sure you will rock it too.
8.Bong style saree
When you talk about sarees you just can’t not mention the evergreen Bengali sarees. This style is famous for its unique ‘pallu’ draping and colour combination. This bride chose the conventional white and red Bengali silk saree and the customary red henna in hands along with a red bindi as her style statement for the marriage and you just cannot deny how radiant she looks in this attire.
Sarees are indeed the most elegant fashion and ethnic wear to carry. So this time you must give your gut feel a chance to prove itself right and go with one of these amazing and graceful types of saree at your D day.