Not A Saree To Be Called Traditional…

The journey of traditional sarees taking the contemporary route has seen a pleasant headway over time which indeed has swarmed the fashion screens and markets alive. The 1950s were the defining years for this beloved Indian garment, with stars like Nutan, Mumtaz, and many more flashing never-seen-before draping styles as well as fabrics. Since then it has been tweaked to fit each decade with Amrut that will give you chills these days.

 This victorian-meets-Indian style is perfect for an evening party when you are in the mood for the Indo-western style, you can wear this look and get some heads turning.

Pinning a complimentary embroidered dupatta on a sheer solid saree with an off-shoulder blouse is just one way to do it. A unique and elegant blend of wearing a saree for the young hearts or women of any age. Wear this style with a pair of studded danglers.

Stylish blouses have gained a cult following lately with women of all walks of life donning them with various necklines and patterns. Picking a saree with patterns that incline towards the contemporary palette would keep you on-trend.

If traditional is what you want to retain, drape this saree the conventional way and wear it with an off-shoulder, or fit-n-flair top. When wearing a cold shoulder, you can pull out your pallu from the cutout for a dramatic look.

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Published by Amrut Attire Guru

Staying alone in a big city, I am writing for all those women who struggle to balance their responsibilities at work and at home.

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