A saree is the most graceful outfit that a woman can choose to wear. Most of all, the versatility of a saree is what leaves everyone so in love with it. Be it any occasion, casual or formal, parties or weddings, one can never go wrong in a saree. But, that’s not all about it. A saree has to be neatly draped and most importantly well accessorized. Accessories not only enhance the beauty of your saree but they also make the Indian ethnic look complete.
Here we show you 6 trendiest and the most essential accessories to team up with sarees to complete your desi look.
1. Statement Earrings
Pairing up your saree with statement earrings is a huge rage and is here to stay for long. Traditional antique jewelry, chandbalis and heavy jhumkas will effortlessly add more grace to your look
2. Statement Necklaces
If you are opting for statement heavy necklaces, skip on the earrings because accessorizing too much will take away the focus from your saree. So when it comes to statement pieces, go by the “less is more” motto.
One red dot can transform the whole look of your saree. Adding a powerful and confident look, the bindi is sure to grab eyeballs.
4. Mogra Flowers
The mogra flowers look gorgeous especially with pure Kanchipuram silks. For festive occasions or weddings, go for a high tied up hair bun and enhance them with the mogras. You will look absolutely stunning!
5. Nose Rings
The nose studs/rings add a WOW factor to your look. All you need is the right amount of confidence to carry it and you are sure to steal the spotlight.
6. Statement Clutches & Potli Bags
Statement clutches and potli bags are one of the best ways to accessorize a saree. They will easily fit in your phone and other basic essentials. They not only add a dressy look to your outfit but also help you carry your essentials at ease.
There are so many ways to accessorize and enhance the beauty of a saree. Waist chains, heavy bangles, maang tikkas and so on. There are endless options to choose from but when it comes to accessorizing with your saree make sure you don’t overdo it because after all it is the saree that deserves to be the highlight!