Latest Fashion Trends For Wedding Sarees

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Top 5 Fashion Trends For Wedding Sarees

  1. Sarees with Golden Border

Brijraj Wedding Sarees: Pink Georgette Embroidered Saree
Inspired by Kerela sarees which are typically made of a golden border, the normal wedding sarees with golden border are trending. Think of any plain saree and a very fancy golden border. It can be embellished with zari work, stones, mirrors or beads.

2. Sarees with Mirror Work

BRIJRAJ wedding Sarees: Maroon Green Party Wear Saree in Art Silk
Honestly, mirror work is THE trend of the season. Sarees with mirror work, lehengas with mirror work and even suits with mirror work are the top picks of every Indian woman who is shopping for Indian wear these days. Celebrities like Anushka Sharma have just boosted the trend with their Indian outfits studded with mirror work.

3. Sarees in Contrast Colors

Wedding Sarees: Pink Yellow Satin Wedding Saree Wedding season is all about jolly colors. Think of festive colors and wedding sarees are adorned in that shade. But wait! It’s not enough. 2017 wedding season is all about sarees in contrast colors. Pleats and pallu portion are of different shades. Combinations like red and navy blue, pink and sky blue, orange and yellow are trending.

4. Designer Sleeves

Wedding sarees: Blue Party Wear Saree in Art Silk
Bonus Tip: This is a trend common with both wedding sarees and suits. Designer sleeves imply some really mesmerizing embroidery on the sleeves, some embellishments like sequins, thread work, and mirror work. Quarter length sleeves and full sleeves are the topmost styles that you should pick. 5. Half Sarees BOLLYWOOD WEDDING SAREES: Cream Green Tissue Brasso Brocade Banarasi Border Saree Lastly, a trend has made a comeback. Half sarees were very popular about 3-4 years ago. Since last 2 years, it had taken a backseat. But now they’re back with a bang. Half sarees are typically like contrast sarees but usually have different fabrics for pleats and pallu. You can safely say that every contrast saree can be a half saree but every half saree isn’t necessarily a contrast saree. Those are the five wedding sarees trends that you must know of this year. We hope you enjoyed reading this and are now equipped to shop fresh & better. Happy Shopping :)]]>

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