New Party Wear Indian Saree Culture 2021
A party wear saree in today’s culture doesn’t need to have all that weave and embroidery to showcase a traditional look. Sarees today are worn in all sorts of patterns and stitch designs to add more femininity with sheer fabrics and lighter weight embroideries in dominant concepts. We just love that the new saree culture is equally popular with all ages and is customized in terms of styling as per their own personal style.
Let’s see some of the different party sarees that are top modern choices by women today and the new look of a saree from ages ago to the elements it has evolved through. For more collections of sarees visit G3+ Fashion.
How can we not put this so stylish pattern of saree, the ruffle sari being extremely accepted by all ladies today? No matter how simple you want to look, a ruffle saree in just a bib ruffle or layered with 3 ruffles will add that extra oomph to your simple saree look. Without any effort, you will look simple modern, and stylish. These ruffle sarees in flowy lightweight fabrics come in chiffon, georgette, satin, or even organza fabrics.
Dhoti Style Saree
We just love this stylish way to don a saree, with dhoti pants draping a half saree or wearing a saree in a dhoti style. But this is not the only way to add an undo western saree look, you can buy readymade dhoti sarees that are easy to wear and carry without the worry of draping it correctly. This gives a nice young and quirky look to your outfit look, choosing any colors but mostly in the plain with borders are the right dhoti style sarees that trend today.
Half and half embroidered Saree
A Half and Half saree is a simple one that has two different looks in skirt pleats and on pallu section. These two pieces may be in contrast in colors or different fabrics, one in lower embroidery and the pallu with a working border. This gives a look of wearing a lehenga saree with just a simple saree drape. These are more popular with sheer sarees in lower drapes with embroidery and scattered embroidery on pallu or top drape section. We saw many half and half saree styles from Sabyasachi in work concepts that still trend today.
Printed Party Sarees
Prints are not only worn for casual days today, but prints in Indian art and classic pattern of stripes or florals are also top choices for occasional wear. A stripe print saree in monochromatic or in contrasts is simply elegant with a beautiful border of embroidery. Choosing a floral print semi-sheer saree for parties is also something that is a designer’s choice of spreading the fashion for summer springs. Floral saree in organza fabric or a silk striped saree in horizontal stripes are the choice of women today for parties.
We have always seen the elegant trend of sheer fabric trend, now these always rings a bell of a chiffon saree. The trend was set by Sridevi, a solid chiffon sari still is a choice for a sexy and glam appearance today. Adding a stylish blouse and belt would add a new modern twist. Georgette saree in plain or prints in retro, like polka dots, stripes, florals, or Indian art like kalamkari are what also trends high for semi-casual events. Embroidered georgette in chikankarisaree is always what trends very much for a party wear saree look.
Net Saree for Party
ANet saree so far is something which has always been a great choice in sheer sarees for parties. A cocktail party outfit can never go wrong with a sequins embroidered net saree. Today designers have chosen to make new designs on net embroidered sarees in self colors of the same fabric base. Embroideries in Gresham, thread, beads, and sequins adding a look of jacquard to a simple net saree is what trends today.
Bollywood Designer Sarees
Now, these are simply top trending sarees worn by Bollywood celebrities which give all the above sarees a new trend in a single design themselves. For example, a heavy embroidered saree in the net fabric is a perfect trend set by Sabyasachi, celebrities who wear these sarees make them a special style on demand.
The Striped #Saree was a trend set by Karishma Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, while the ruffle saree wore by #Shilpa Shetty was a great trend set by her for the season. Sarees in big Floral Prints worn by Katrina Kaif and Malaika Arora are equally in trend for these celeb looks. So today the saree is no longer a heavy piece of weaving and embroidery but it’s in patterns and designs to styling concepts.