The wedding season is upon us and we obviously cannot wait to bring out our pretty ethnic outfits. Weddings and sarees go hand-in-hand with each other. Now we’ve all got our own flaunt worthy saree collections, but only a few that are chic. How about adding some latest saree trends 2020 to that and upping your fashion game?
Latest Saree Trends 2020
Over a period of time, our ethnic staple has evolved and been played around with. From dhoti sarees to dramatic blouses, from adding statement belts and ruffles to suiting up your saree, we’ve seen a lot of contemporary sarees around. So, here is your season’s guide to some of the best and quirkiest latest saree trends 2020.
Ruffles and Sarees
Who doesn’t love them some ruffles? They are feminine, breezy and dreamy! Sarees with ruffled borders and hemlines have been trending for a while now. Pair them up with a simple spaghetti strap blouse or a sleeveless crop top. You can get these in stripes, prints and solids. Designer Arpita Mehta’s ruffled sarees are to die for. Don’t forget to check them out!
Latest Saree Trends 2020 – Belt it Up
Styling is the key here. You can add fancy, chic belts to your otherwise dreary sarees and comfortably make them edgy. A printed belt to a solid drape or vice versa, it works both ways! With our legendary fashion-maker Sabyasachi Mukherjee designing those signature statement belts, we have every reason to own one.
All Things Shiny
Our party favorite shiny sequins is making a comeback. We have been seeing celebrities dazzle in these tonal sequin embellished sarees. Sequin sarees shout for attention, so keeping the accessories and makeup minimal works wonders for this attire. Designers Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Manish Malhotra are mainly making these designs.
Pants and Sarees
Tripping in sarees is a pretty common thing, but what if that could be fixed and improvised in one go ? Oh yes! dhoti sarees and pant sarees are here to stay. These are definitely making saree-lovers life easier. Add a pair of stilettos and statement earrings, finish this look with some tonal makeup. Our Quirk-Queen Masaba Gupta and designers Arpita Mehta’s, Anamika Khanna’s collections have these classy numbers.
Blouses bring in a lot of added charm with them. Our generation sure loves to experiment with these styles. Let it be our good old leg-o-mutton sleeves or the sensuous off shoulder puff sleeves, huge bows, we are loving them. Keeping the drape basic and going all out with blouse patterns, makes it interesting.
Now that you know, add some of these interesting contemporary pieces to your wardrobe collection or just style your existing ones smartly.