Top 10 B-Town Celeb Inspired Trendiest Sarees That Will Make You Drool Over

As everyone knows, Bollywood has heavily influenced the iconic trends down the ages.The relationship between Bollywood and fashion is kinda deep, intertwined and both go hand in hand. Due to that it’s not strange for the reel lifestyles to upturn into all encompassing trends that alter the course of the fashion curve. Indian fashion industry has always been related to cinema with different glamorous outfits adorned by Bollywood actors and actresses in any hit movie given as examples to tailors in India to procreate and hence, instantly becomes a sensational sartorial trend for us. Some outfits or designs are even named after film character names such as ‘Anarkali’ suits, ‘Bobby’ print, ‘Mumtaz’ saree, Masakali etc.

Bollywood style is also about practicalities. By acquiring a signature look for themselves, many actors and actresses set iconic trends. Bollywood has introduced some paramount fashion trends over generations through quite a few films as well.

Bollywood industry is acknowledged for its classy glamour with a ideal combination of Indian culture and tradition enriched with a modern touch. Fashion and Bollywood are both inseparable from each other and when they added, a new era of vogue starts wheeling in the market. Similarly, fashion and the craze for sarees have always been two peas in a pod and it never seems to go out of fashion. Owning the fact that sarees have always booked a place of grace and class for all of us. Even though sarees are mostly worn on parties and traditional occasions, still it has made its way into popular and high fashion trends.

Bollywood over time has reproduced gorgeous sarees in bulk that lead to some iconic trends following by the crowd religiously. To make you believe us, has a curated a list of top 10 super-genteel and fancy saree looks from your fave celebrities, who have been favouring this vintage garb lately and putting a whole new twist to it and can give us some major #FashionGoals! Just check them out here at!

alia bhatt look in ruffle saree

#1 Alia Bhatt’s Printed Ruffle Saree– Alia Bhatt is undeniably the ruling queen of B-Town and of fashion as well. She definitely stole our hearts with her amazing performances in movies. Along with that she always grab a chance to flaunt her fashion sense. Just like her brilliant acting skills Alia Bhatt looks beautiful wearing printed and multi-coloured ruffle saris, glossy sequin sarees and evergreen silk. Recently, she spotted in paisley printed ruffle saree at Sabyasachi’s 20th anniversary event . The flowy, tier contemporary ruffle saree avatar paired with beautiful pearl kundan studded crescent shaped chandbalisa and matching yellow gold one shoulder blouse was looking fabulous on her. Her look was finished with the fresh, nude makeup, a signature gold Sabyasachi belt, and the cute ponytail.

Jacqueline Fernandez's Yellow Sequin Saree

#2 Jacqueline Fernandez’s Yellow Sequin Saree– Jacqueline Fernandez knows well to keep her fashion game flawlessly unique and simultaneously electrifying. Recently, she was seen fashioning a gorgeously bright yellow sequinned saree and draped it in lehenga style such that her pallu was giving the illusion of a dupatta. She paired it with a silver sequin blouse which had a singlet-sleeve design for a photoshoot and it is the perfect bridal bunches ensemble. The diva glammed her ethnic look a bit with dewy makeup, minimal accessories like a pair of golden floral earrings, a silver embellished plunging neckline bralette and tieing her hair into a ponytail with a puffed section for this one.

Priyanka Chopra in Rose Pink Sabyasachi Saree

#3 Priyanka Chopra in Rose Pink Sabyasachi Saree– Playing up sophisticated floral work, Priyanka Chopra adorned a powder pink sari by Sabyasachi with a matching pink blouse presenting a plunging neckline for Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’s wedding in Sarrians, France. She kept rest of her look neutral by wearing dewy makeup. Except that PeeCee rounded her gorgeous attire off with her lock tied back in a bun added with a perfectly matching pink rose there, kohled eyes, a pair of nude heels, diamond drop earrings and pink lips, all made her beautiful look for the evening. If you love wearing pink, you should definitely go for Priyanka Chopra’s latest look.

Kareena Kapoor's Peach Pink Saree

#4 Kareena Kapoor’s Peach Pink Saree– Kareena lately appeared in Manish Malhotra’s designed elegant hue, wearing the peach coloured sequin saree accompanied by a pink metallic blouse and a metallic bralette of the shade in one of the episodes of the reality show ‘Dance India Dance’ which she co-judges. She wore this with complementing brown eye makeup by keeping her eyebrows sharp and thick, an uncut pearl finish necklace, ruffled open hair and deep neck satin blouse.You CANNOT just miss her dazzling saree and pink satin blouse with plunging neckline in which she was looking drop-dead-gorgeous.

Kriti Sanon In Ivory White Saree

#5  Kriti Sanon In Ivory White Saree– Kriti attended Ambani’s Ganesh puja celebrations in this fantabulous Baadla saree. She looked beautiful in Manish Malhotra’s warm white sequin/ivory badla work saree paired with matching backless halter neck blouse showing off her bareback, a pair of super big statement gold earrings by Tyaani jewellery also called polki chandbalis with emerald drop at the end of her jhumkas. Just like Kapoor sisters, she accessorised the look with a center parted low bun rounded out  gajra and minimal makeup. If white is the theme of this wedding season then this saree would surely be classy pick and your go-to for the wedding!

Deepika Padukone's Colourful Floral Saree

#6 Deepika Padukone’s Colourful Floral Saree– Deepika Padukone always succeeds in impressing us with her unmatched saree skills. She recently opted for enthralling Sabyasachi drape on the sets of a reality television show for Chhapaak promotions. She was looking stunning in the pops of colours from floral red to bright yellow statement piece with a contrasting shimmery blue blouse and pulled back locks in a bun paired with astonishing studded earrings. She showed us again that her choice of sarees is incomparable and how we can carry the nine yards elegantly and literally play with colours on any occasions!

Shilpa Shetty's Polka Dotted Saree

#7 Shilpa Shetty’s Polka Dotted Saree – Shilpa Shetty always leaves her fans spellbound with her sartorial picks. Best known for fashion sense and for her awe-inspiring saree looks and half saree draping style statement. She is undoubtedly a classy saree trendsetter in Indian Fashion and is in love with ruffles and shimmers. She appeared in a beautiful white and black polka-dotted saree by Monika Nidhi for a photoshoot. Draped in a black saree, which had big, white polka-dots all over, this diva bring yet another modern take to the saree by notchin it up a bit with a quirky twist.

Kangna Ranaut's Blue Raw Mango Saree

#8 Kangna Ranaut’s Blue Raw Mango Saree– Kangana Ranaut again opted for a beautiful silk saree as her promotional appearance. This time also, she decided to go desi and worn Raw Mango’s pastel blue Chanderi silk saree paired with contrast dark or midnight blue V-neck elbow length sleeves blouse on the sets of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ to promote the her film Panga. She further accessorised her look with a dash of grey-blue eye makeup, statement choker neckpiece and a matching pair of earrings by Anmol jewellery, smokey eyes, nude lips and had her hair tied in a sleek middle-parted bun. She looked radiant and every bit of this silk saree is too gorgeous for us to take our eyes off!

Tara Sutaria's Silver Cocktail Party Saree

#9 Tara Sutaria’s Silver Cocktail Party Saree– After many B-Town divas, Tara Sutaria has recently made a major fashion statement by opting from Manish Malhotra’s signature sequin saree collection, a charming grey georgette saree finished with satin and lycra as the fall and rich sequins work paired with a metallic silver satin blouse which was quite akin to what Kareena Kapoor wore. She styled her look with a golden shimmery clutch bag and a statement diamond string necklace. If you’re planning a breathtaking look for the Cocktail party, then this glamorous grey saree would be an absolutely perfect pick!

Kajol's Brisk Blue Saree- Kajol

#10  Kajol’s Brisk Blue Saree- Kajol– was recently seen in signature sequin saree by Manish Malhotra that has already worn by many actresses so far. Kajol choosed a shade darker of the royal blue of Sabyasachi earlier worn by Deepika Padukone. She draped this beautiful blue saree over a plain, bold, black velvet sleeveless blouse styling with a statement stacked up neckpiece in white. To finish her glam she enhanced her looks with light makeup, blended smokey eyes, flawless base, and pink glossy lips. Her done her hair parted in the centre and styled in a blind-poker way, topping off her look and keeping it simple.

While all the B-Town actresses looked phenomenal in their absolutely stunning sarees and we are swooning over on all the saree collection, it does pose the question – which saree aced the look and the most perfect to pack in your closet? We would like to know about saree trend you liked the most. Make sure to tell us in the comments below. Stay tuned with for more!

Try Out These 14 Gorgeous Traditional Sarees of Different States

Being a glorious epicentre of heritage fashion, elegance, and colorfulness, India is largely recognized for its diversity in various things and also as an epitome of unity in just the most inclusive of ways that leave people spellbound all over the world.

India’s everlasting ethnic clothing styles are crafted in multiple layers of fabrics, handwork, prints, accessories, embroidery, embellishments, wearing styles, beauty which have sustained through many decades and are just among those stuffs that differentiate parts of India from each other as every part is knotted through a particular way of life.

Needless to say, Indian fashion industry has definitely gone through a number of transformations and it is a perfect blend of dynamic conventions bringing out the subtlety and aesthetic beauty and has become more coeval as per with the global scenario of fashion.

But one thing that never goes out of trend though it’s the oldest form of garment, still it binds us all through threads of sheer beauty, elegance, tradition and sophistication is the always enchanting, integral and cardinal outfit ‘Saree’ and our enormous love for it. In case of saree no state lags behind and it almost typifies every women, allures their attention and displays the vast religious and cultural diversity of India as a whole. In saree you can throw glamour all around with it’s unparalleled delegacy, grace and charm without seeing age as a barrier, hence, it is rightfully a cherished heirloom for you carrying culture and deep emotions within its fold. has gathered for you a list of 14 regional traditional sarees that you would love to wear and that absolutely must be in your closet.

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Here is a rundown of the various evergreen, omnipresent sarees found in different Indian states that add up charm to the Indian cultural heritage. Make sure you take a sneak-peek here.

1) Tant Saree– Tant means ‘Made on the Loom’ so, these are traditional Bengali style saree used as daily outfits made by the weavers. Their specialty is the light fabric, that’s why they are comfortable and easiest to carry in the hot summers. This is also referred as Bengal cotton and is a true Bengali masterpiece highlighted by the thick, dark border and attractive prints make it a must worn attire.

Tant Saree

2) Banarasi Saree– As the name suggests Banarasi Sarees are made in the adorable city of Varanasi. These are one of the finest sarees in India and made of finely woven silk and especially known for their spectacular gold and silver zari embroidery or motifs on pure silk. These sarees show their intricate detailing in royalty, richness and splendor. So, they must be in your wardrobe to dazzle it up.

Banarasi saree

3) Kanjeevaram Saree– Kanjeevaram Saree basically originated from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. These are purely hand woven from fine mulberry silk thread, made by the classic weavers of Kancheepuram. These sarees popular bridal ensemble in southern India and has been recognized for its rich zari work, vibrant colors and excellent temple pattern borders, gold borders, traditional designs, and dense fabric in contrast colors. When you are looking for a classy ethnic option, these are the perfect outfit choice.

Kanjeevaram saree

4) Chikankari Saree– One of the most popular and best-known textile decoration styles, Lucknow’s Chikankari is a traditional embroidery style in which sarees are adorned with sophisticated and beautiful thread work. Chikankari is especially done on lighter fabrics to highlight designs/patterns of the embroidery made with silk and colored threads. This saree is truly looks miraculous on every woman.

Chikankari saree

5) Gota Saree– Gota Patti Sarees originally came from Rajasthan. Gota work is a type of Indian metal embroidery in which the applique technique is used where on fabric, tiny pieces of zari ribbon are applied with the edges sewn down to create intricate and elaborate patterns of Gota Patti.These are extensively used in wedding and as formal clothes and shows royalty and glorious heritage of Rajasthan.

Gota Saree

6) Bandhani Saree– Bandhani sarees are made from a tie dye textile process where it is tied in knots first then the bright and vibrant colors are filled either by hand and with natural colors which gives it a unique look and the colour, technique,variety used in these are highly decorated. Bandhani Sarees are generally made from different fabrics like chiffon, crepe, cotton, silk, and georgette and being sold all over India especially during the festive and summers as they’re very light and perfect.

Bandhani Saree

7) Kalamkari Saree– Kalamkari Saree, produced mainly different South Indian regions, is one of the most ancient artistic creation made entirely by pen (kalam) on fabric using natural dyes, and so the name has derived. Srikalahasti style and the Machilipatnam style are two different styles of kalamkari art in India. Highly Inspired by Hindu mythology, ancient caves, and sculptures, Kalamkari sarees are recognizable for their hand-painted designs, specific drawing styles and now for their printed colourful and eclectic patterns. It just looks beautiful on you.


8) Phulkari Saree– Phulkari literally translates to ‘flower work’ which further means thread work in bright hues in the shape of flowers so, it is an embroidery technique from Punjab and mostly used during festivals and marriages. The most favoured colour of this embroidery method is red and its shades and is usually done on either cotton blends or khadi fabrics. It made its first debut in the legendary Heer-Ranjha story and has been there ever since atleast in the popular form of dupattas.

Kalamkari Saree

9) Sambalpuri Saree– Sambalpuri Saree is Orissa’s famous traditional handloom sarees, produced mainly in Sambalpur. Generally crafted with coarser cotton or silk yarn, it is created with the tie-dye method as yarns are tied and dyed before weaving to achieve enchanting patterns and reflects an original style of craft made from handloom woven fabric which has a typical Ikhat weave. These complex weave sarees do not easily wrinkle, hence, they are great for all weather and look amazing on women of all ages.

Sambalpuri Saree

10) Kasavu Saree– Kasavu Saree, a traditional clothing from Kerala, consists of two pieces of cloth. It is an extension from the mundu saree made in off-white or cream colour with a solid color and golden zari border, especially worn during the festival of Onam and wedding seasons in the state. These saree is now famous worldwide and is renowned for its minimalistic beauty, simplicity and elegance.

Kasavu Saree

11) Paithani Saree– Paithani Sarees are handwoven fine silk originated from Paithan town in Aurangabad. These sarees are recognised among the richest sarees in India as they are grandeur and elegant. Its zari border, peacock design, fine crafts and motifs distinguish it from other sarees.

Paithani Saree

12) Leheriya Saree– Leheriya means ‘wave-like’ and it’s almost same as Bandhani as this is also made with a simple tie-and-dye technique, but follows a slightly different style. The cloth is tied in a different way while going through the dyeing process and that’s how the lehariya pattern is formed and goes diagonally along the edges of the saree. It represents the uniqueness and richness of Rajasthan.

Leheriya Saree

13) Chanderi Saree– Chanderi Saree belongs to Chanderi town of Madhya Pradesh made from pure silk, chanderi cotton and golden and silver zari woven together which gives it lighter than a feather kind of lustrous fabric known as silk cotton. It is popular for its gold and silver brocade which makes it a royal sheen and elegant looking. It’s light, extra soft fabric makes it easy to wear and an art in itself.

chanderi saree

14) Georgette Saree– Georgette Sarees are made from sheer, crepe fabric named Georgette which has originally came from France.These are highly durable, versatile and quite light attire that support almost every print, colour and design.These are made from semitransparent net silk, involves a special twist of the thread to give supreme strength. These sarees also allow heavy embroidery, making them ideal for party, weddings and occasional wear in which women choose heavily embellished versions.

Georgette Saree

We hope now you know some famous types of sarees, their fabrics, and the latest trends from various states. I said ‘some’ as many more kinds of sarees, designs, crafts and work are there, which is impossible to cover the vast cultural richness in one go. So, now don’t you want to wear all of them? How many of the above one do you actually own? And which saree is going to make a place on your first? Don’t forget to let us know by commenting below!

Dazzle yourself up with these B-Town celebs trendy outfits this festive season

When it comes to celebrating festivals, based on different vibrant cultures, religions, communities, and states, with all gusto and zest, India holds the lead position. There’s a ample mix of festivals celebrated in a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. And so, here, every day seems like a grand-new celebration. Just like any other festival is celebrated in India, Diwali is one of those majestic fest that holds a lot of religious, sentimental and cultural value in all its glory and breaks through all boundaries of diversity.

Every year when the festive fervour starts taking over, Diwali comes up with five days full of jazz and radiance, you can get ample occasions to give splendid display of your taste of fashion especially if you love putting on traditional attire, accessories and attending get-together in the most stunning look.

In the blooming season of festivities, it’s almost the official time to decorate and light up your houses with shimmering lights, bright colours and to refresh your closet or dazzle up your wardrobe with the collection of trendy ethnic outfits!

And for women, the most exciting part of this grand and culturally significant occasion is shopping to choose the right outfit and getting all set for the fantabulous look in gorgeous attire. Everyone wants to look and feel amazing and carry outfits that will quirk up their fashion game and can make them look super chic while posing for Instagram selfies this season.

So, you must dress your latest best look at your picture-perfect best on the fashion and cultural gala this time. We know it well that when so many outfit options are present, it becomes quite tough to pick the one perfect to your fashion sense and if you’re still unsure about what to wear then you don’t have to worry as is here for you to help you out!

Just stick around and follow the ideas of being ‘The Fashion Diva’ of your locality.

Here is some of the best style and the trendiest Diwali outfits ideas for you by taking inspiration from beautiful B-Town celebrities.

1)The Gorgeous Sarees:- The amazing thing about Saree is it never gets obsolete and is always in trend. Every year tons of new trends and designs are emerging up. Saree is the most beautiful attire you could ever wear. Once you know how to carry, It’s easy to style and you’ll look absolutely astonishing in any Saree whether it’s old or new. Just a plain cotton saree also looks sleek. You can even try the Saree Gown to give a contemporary twist to your wardrobe. Whether it’s traditional or modern, or fusion or bohemian, a handloom weave or a silk sarees like Kanchipuram saree and Banarasi saree with brocade is the great attire for this glorious festival. Sarees give you a rich, gracious and ethnic look. Silk sarees with no blouse sleeves and long Jumkas and only a Maang Tikka without wearing a necklace are trends in women’s wear this season. It’s the best outfit which give you a simple but attractive look. So, be ready to style it as Alia Bhatt!

2) The Indo-Western Fusion:- Fusion is the new ethnic-style that mirrors the fashion creativeness if new generation Indian women. Sonam Kapoor taught us to wear a saree with a jacket style blouse shirt. From Priyanka Chopra we learned to wear dhoti pants with an ethnic jacket. Now it’s not necessary to carry the jacket with palazzos only. Wear something different, wear something new. Apart from the stunning attire, a pair of beautiful and heavy earrings with a clutch bag will complement your look for the grand socializing. You can buy a lot of Indian ethnic fusion wear online on So, be ready to grab this elegant look!

3) Kurti with Skirt – New Trend:- Kurti with long skirts are gradually being in trend Indian fashion. This season, if you don’t want to take a completely traditional route then wear a simple Kurti, shirt or crop top with a flared skirt. Kurtis is so stylish, comfortable and very ethnic these days. They look absolutely beautiful with the skirts,  unique and they suit any body type. The stereotypical look in traditional lehenga choli, no more enamours us. There must be a twist in vague! If you want to attain, Aditi Rao Haidari and Kiara Advani’s look don’t forget to wear a high-waisted beautiful lehenga with a crop top and a heavy choker necklace, it goes well with the simple kurti. You’ll surely get obsessed with the combo. You can buy designer crop tops and skirt here on

4) The evergreen Lehengas:- Lehengas play an vital role Indian fashion significant ancient and contemporary Indian trend. They include so many varieties and colours and so you get many options to choose from. You can go for flared lehengas, floral lehengas  or if you want to opt simple and sober look, you can choose A-line lehengas. Also the trendiest neck blouse in form V looks awesome. They look absolutely stunning when worn. Lightweight lehengas are in trend too and you can wear it with oxidized earrings or a funky necklace and Mojris. Floral lehengas are also good as they are easy to carry, available in vivid colours can be worn for any occasion. Many B-Town celebs like Katrina Kaif, Kareena Kapoor Khan love to wear this marvellous attire in festive season.

Simple Long Kurtis and Dresses

5) Simple Long Kurtis and Dresses:- Long Kurtis and Maxi dresses are the most popular among women as they are available in different prints and sizes and look beautiful and elegant. For Diwali, a dress with a traditional print would be a very good option styled with a simple bun with flowers would be a great and comfort-friendly choice. You can choose the fabrics like georgette or cotton or you can go with your favourite type of silk. It’s very versatile and are available in both simple and heavy designs. If you wear properly, they feel very comfy too and look very graceful. Along with that you can go for the tassel earrings, juttis/sandals and colorful designs, and different hair add-ons.

There’re so many things do for the upcoming festivities. So dear Womaniya, it’s your time to shine bright and enjoy the festival of lights to the fullest. Go and get your Diwali wardrobe sorted to have some of the most versatile and funky look in this fashionable season. Hope you got all these fantastic wardrobe ideas to get a gorgeous appearance!

5 Amazing outfit ideas to look stylish in dhoti pants

Dhoti pants not only play a vital role in men’s wardrobe but also gain equal fame among fashionable women. This bottom wear is comfortable because it is draped loosely on to the lower body. It is the main reason why dhoti pants are also loved by many famous personalities in Bollywood industry. With an impressive range of features, they appear as a perfect alternative for your denim. Most significantly, they are light enough for letting the skin breathe.

It is wonderful news for everyone that they come in different lengths, designs, patterns, and materials.  Most of the dhoti pants are crafted by using soft fabrics such as georgette, crepes, muslin and soft cotton. The unique fabric selection makes them ideal summer wear. You can wear them as casual wear, semi-formal wear or travel wear.

How to style a dhoti pant?

#1. Pair them with jacket

Both embroidered and fancy jackets are always having their own style statement. You can elevate your dhoti pants by styling them with an attractive jacket. If you want to acquire better focus, it is advised to pair this combination with long stunning earrings. This wonderful combo will make an excellent wedding outfit.

#2. Consider cape tops

Everyone knows that cape is taking over the entire fashion world. It is generally paired with all kinds of bottom wears. Apart from that, it will improve your overall look. Capes with dhotis are an outstanding outfit.  You can pair your dhoti pants with an impressive cape top to achieve the desired look.

#3. Pair it with Anarkali

When it comes to Anarkali, it is a highly preferred outfit available in the wardrobe of almost every stylish woman. If you want to look unique with your old Anarkali, you can pair it with your dhoti pant. It is because this stylish combo will bring you a completely new look. The Anarkali with dhoti pants will bring you a matchless look. If you want to finish the appearance in style, you can add an extremely nice dupatta.

#4. Consider Peplum Top

It appears as an exceptional combination because of its blend of the traditional and modern fashion. You can wear only pretty earrings while choosing this combination.

#5. Choose kurta

If you are getting bored with the same kurta look, so you can style it with dhoti pants. It brings you can improve and the new version. You can finish the look by wearing silver jewelry.

Other tips to style the dhoti pants

  • It is highly recommended to select the outfit based on the body type
  • Women who have a banana shape body style the dhoti pants with blouses that have volume
  • Even though dhoti pants are ideal for every woman but they look great on the female with the hourglass figure
  • Dhoti pant with extremely bright color tunics or tops like purple, black and red are suitable for a female with apple shape body
  • It is helpful to accessorize based on your outfit because this outfit will look great with accessories
  • They are worn with heels

You can wear big and bold accessories with your dhoti pants

Soaking in the colours of tradition!

As they say, India is a land of varied culture, and each one of them has its own customs and traditions. This variety is often depicted on different occasions, be it festivals or special celebrations. Besides this, another instance which represents this diversity is their weddings, and their brides to be precise.

Well, traditional Indian brides surely look beautiful in every colour they don and each culture is colour specific when it comes to the bridal wear. However, each culture has its own “bridal norms” with its own meaning.

Standing distinguished from all other cultures, Indian-Christian bride takes her wedding oath in a beautiful white gown symbolising her gentle and kind spirit. A net veil along with a beautiful Tiara on her head and a flower bouquet in her hand, she epitomises a soul of praise. For jewellery, she usually chooses sophisticated pieces from silver or diamond collection. Sikh brides are known for their vibrant and peppy avatar. The most crucial elements of a Sikh bride are her choodas and kalire. While dressing up for her Anand Karaj ceremony, she chooses either a light coloured lehnga or an Anarkali suit pairing it with heavy jewellery. When it comes to Tamilan weddings, the most outstanding thing about Tamilian bride is her jewellery. She is decorated with heavy gold jewellery worn with bright and woven Kanjeevaram sarees. Her hair is usually braided or tied up in one of the most beautiful styles, along with the graceful Gajras.  

Indian-Christian bride

Somehow, Punjabi brides have been witnessed in many Bollywood movies and television soaps. She dresses up in the brightest way possible for her special day. Usually seen in a heavy lehenga from the red-pink colour family, she is covered with heavy jewellery, from head-to-toe. The nose ring and the henna being are essential to her bridal look. Going by the Assamese custom, the bride necessarily has to wear mekhla chadar, acream or off-white silk saree with gold work. She mostly goes with light makeup and is usually low on her jewellery, that too only traditional ones. Their Mang tika is considered to be the most auspicious jewellery piece and that is surely one distinctive ornament worn by the Assamese brides.

Punjabi bride- Heavy lehenga

With every state speaking about their colours and cultures, Bengal sings its own traditional tune. A traditional Bengali bride wears a bright red banarasi silk saree or a lehenga with zari work on her wedding. What’s most important is the Alta that is applied to her palms and feet. It’s considered to be the most auspicious part of the bridal attire that adds to her divinity. Like every other culture, Islamic weddings have evolved too over time. A traditional Muslim bride is seen dressed in green during her wedding. One thing which a Muslim bride is known for is her jewellery, especially the headgear called the jhoomar. Her face is covered with the veil and is shown only after the Nikah is completed. Moving towards the west of India, Gujarat is known for its colours! And a Gujarati wedding is no less vibrant. Gujarati brides typically wear a georgette saree with heavy embroidery and sequence work, with the palla in front. In fact, there are two types of wedding saris; one is the Panetar which is a white sari with a red Bandhini border and the other is the Gharchola which is a red Bhandini sari with gold checks running across it and Bhandini motifs.

Gujarati bride

India topping the list in diversity, soaked in traditions, every state and their culture hold great prominence. With a splash of colour in their attires, each bride is significant and it’s the colour of joy and elegance that covers her face truly shunning the beauty of everything else!

While preparing for your wedding, immerse yourself in the colours of your tradition and pick the most brilliant piece from the Sareez huge array of the collection!

Alia Bhatt – Redefining the Modern Ethnicity

When we talk about classy fashion and impeccable sense of style, Alia Bhatt is one name we all will agree on. Be it her movie promotions, award shows or her BFF’s wedding functions, we have been fortunate to see her exquisite traditional looks and the last few months are hard to not to remember. She has laid hands on ethnic masterpieces and we can’t help but announce her as the ethnic trendsetter. She has been effortlessly donning glamorous lehengas, indo-western outfits, suits and more, all decked up as a traditional diva.

In fact, let me show you some of those looks which have compelled me to write this article dedicated to her ethnic fashion choices:

1. The one in shiny golden

I’m sure you’ll very well recall this look of Alia when she stepped in for Shloka and Akash Ambani’s pre-wedding engagement party. The actress wore a glittery golden lehenga-choli by a famous designer. She allowed her dress to do the talking while she chose to keep her makeup and hair light ─ simply perfect!

Alia in shiny golden lehenga-choli

2. The one in bright green

Alia’s look for Sonam Kapoor’s reception will undoubtedly be remembered for all the right reasons. Carrying the neon green with such class, she made us all nostalgic of the long forgotten colour. She paired the Sabyasachi lehenga with diamond jewellery, keeping her hair and makeup light, ideally presenting a beautiful combination of simplicity and brightness.

Alia’s look for Sonam Kapoor’s reception in bright green

3. The one in classic white

Ah! The royal and classic woman in white. She wore this famous designer’s embroidered ivory piece at the IIFA red carpet leaving us all stunned of the classiness she brought up with this look. Not to mention, we all loved her light makeup paired with a high bun, taking the standards of elegance to the stratosphere.

4. The one in shimmering grey

Another ‘Alia-in-ethnic’ look which we loved was this shimmery and sequenced grey saree from our favourite wardrobe collection. Unlike the usual, this time she went for smokey eyes along with a little bindi (quite a combination, isn’t it?) giving us major goals for bridesmaid look, she truly made our eyes go glit glit glittery.

Alia-in-ethnic, shimmering grey

5. The one in shiny yellow

This floor-length Anarkali piece made yellow the colour of the season for us. For a day event, we couldn’t think of any better colour than this. Alia truly mesmerized us with the brightness she had, both on her face and dress, making a complete justice to this brightening outfit from Manish Malhotra collection.

Alia in shiny yellow floor-length Anarkali piece

6. The one in pink

Alia look which we adored was this pink and white saree designed by her favourite designer. The embroidered saree with golden prints looked absolutely stunning when paired with heavy jhumkas and gajra (who wouldn’t like that?) The actress carried the conventional traditional look with such poise, making us fall in love with sarees and gajra all over again.

Alia in pink and white saree.

7. The one in orange

Undoubtedly, Alia looked drop-dead gorgeous in this pretty Anarkali. But, what caught our attention most was the green earrings she paired well with a low bun. Well! Only she could have dared to pair green with orange and white, and look so breathtaking!

Alia looked drop-dead gorgeous in  pretty Anarkali

P.S. Which Alia look did you like the most and when are you wearing a similar one? Get some of these stunning pieces from the Sareez online store and make a mark. While Alia continues to turn heads with her mesmerizing outfits, you can do it as well providing what outfits your purchase and from where! It’s time to shine! Shine on…

A walk down wedding lane of Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh, one of the most promising superstars has been very instrumental in promoting men’s fashion sense across India. He was nicknamed atrangi for his appearances in all the events and was known for being quirky with respect to his fashion choices.

Ranveer Singh got married to Deepika Padukone in November-2018 and the true sense of his fashion “atranginess” was visible in the way he was dressed for the occasion:

Wedding in Lake Como

Deepika and Ranveer tied knots in Italy – away from the hustle bustle of the Indian cities. As much as Deepika looked stunning in a bridal look, Ranveer stole the limelight with his south Indian attire perfecting the theme of the wedding. What he wore reflected the true being of a man highly respecting the culture of his to-be-wife in the traditional Kannadiga look that completely matched Deepika’s outlook and her sari complementing his mundavalya avatar.

He accentuated the look with the South Indian appearance in a Sabyasachi custom made ivory white silk kurta with a perfect silk dhoti traditional to the Southern weddings in India.

Ranveer with white silk kurta with a perfect silk dhoti.

At the same time, for the Sindhi ceremony – he completely transformed into a groom who was celebrating his love and converting happiness in the form of long flowing sherwani with the colour of the season – red.

He looked dashing in the red Kanjeevaram sherwani – a cross of south Indian fabric styling for a north style wedding by Sabyasachi again – a true fashion genius; jewelry that is reminiscent of the occasion – layered with emeralds, diamonds & garnets something overshadowing his bride and both the parties had the best footwear that went with the colour red to celebrate the reunion – customized well-crafted juttis from Christian Louboutin: popular French Brand.

Red Kanjeevaram Sherwani

Receptions at Bengaluru & Mumbai

Ensuring that no favourite person from the list is left out, wedding receptions were held in Bengaluru & Mumbai –

For the Bengaluru Reception, Ranveer looked magical in Black Sherwani which was a great combination to the golden saree chosen for the occasion by the bride. This matching technique from him has always won accolades with his industry friends as a fashion trendsetter and many designers have seen him as an inspiration for their future works.

He chose the best matching embroidered customized shoes that went well with the dress and won accolades from the guests for his fashion sense. 

Ranveer Singh in Black Sherwani

Mumbai saw 2 receptions from the couple and Oh! Boy – The Skirt look from the man himself had all the eyeballs catching in the Instagram pages of all his followers. The skirt teamed up with the gold and white creation did set the event on fire and well taken to match up the beauty of the bride standing next to her.

He looked like a regal man in the Sherwani in Ivory intricately weaved in gold colour thread work and matching dupatta that has been a signature accomplishment for his fashion trendy outfit.

Giving the finishing touches to his feet in a white & gold jutti – thus completing the royal look that really matched the bride and reminding people of their love stories made in heaven but created in Earth.

Mumbai Reception, Ranveer in the Sherwani

Black Tuxedo Look that matched up with the traditional red shirt & bow tie did give the gully boy a great outlook to match up with the red-hot lass Deepika who as a couple were stunning and as colour matching“Red & Black” did create a magic killer stunning presentation.

The tuxedo was designed by in such a way that understood his DNA thoroughly and gave a fitting that is bewitched in the eyes of the beholder with intricately visible black buttons on the white Shirt, black shining shoes that added the glitter to the look of Ranveer Singh.

Matching the red colour of Deepika was the addition of the red kerchief in the top of the tuxedo pocket perfectly folded to get that charm where no man has reached to get the fashion outlook.

While you bask in the beauty of the attires, Sareez has housed a trendy range of wedding outfits for men & women alike to build up a craze that stays in the mind of people for long.

Ranveer and Deepika's, Red & Black Match

Overall, this fairytale wedding from Lake Como to India had different feathers of fashion that have really inspired Indian men to take up newer fashion trends & scale-up the designers thinking insights into a great masterpiece. This fashion event and the gala surrounding it was a real adventure for the couple and also the onlookers to learn and adopt new colours, trends & combinational aspects to carve out their dream wedding outfits as per their fit and budgets.

Salwar Kameez At Work – For a Professional & Demure Look

“You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it”, is rightly said by the fashion legend Edith Head. This stands extremely true because if you dress appropriately at events and carry yourself with confidence, anything can be accomplished with ease.

We have often heard people gossip – “Looks like she has come for a party and not for a meeting!” or “why does she wear the same boring old-fashioned clothes to the office every day?”. Well, being judged for your attire is inescapable, since every individual has his own notion of what is cool and stylish. So, why not choose something curated with sheer love, which expresses your personality and shuns the haters away?

Toss away those everyday tight jeans or body-hugging shirts and collaborate with us in crafting these looks with the elegance of Salwaar Kameez for your office which has the right amount of style, comfort, and oomph!

Palazzos with long kurti:

If you truly wish to rock the casual chick look at the office, ditch your tight leggings or pants for a breezy pair of palazzos and wear it with a colour coordinated kurti for an oh-so-stylish look. We all have loved Deepika Padukone in this look in the movie Piku. You can team this look with a bindi and a messy ponytail to replicate her gorgeousness. For a little laid by look, don’t wear a dupatta, and that’s it! How effortlessly stylish this look is.

Palazzo Pant Salwar Kameez

Salwaar kameez with collar:

Collars have always been a favourite of men and women alike in shirts. A kurti with a collar is the latest which is going to stand you out in an interview or a meeting. It looks formal and is much more comfortable than shirts! You can experiment with fabrics like cotton or silk for a put together look. You can enhance this look by carrying a formal dupatta. Trust us, this comfortable yet formal look is a complete win-win.

Salwar Kameez with Collar Style

Salwaar Kameez with long shrug or jacket:

Who doesn’t love layering a beautiful long shrug or a short ethnic jacket over kurti?

It suddenly makes the whole outfit look really classy. The whole world starts to look better too! Depending on the occasion and your mood, you can pair your Kurti with a light shrug for a more formal look, or a designer ethnic jacket for special events at your office. Accessorize this look with subtle jewellery and light makeup and there you are, good to go!

Salwar Kameez with Jacket

Straight cut Salwaar Kameez:

There are some cost-friendly ways as well to adorn a beautiful style at work. A simple straight cut Kurta with cigarette pants will take you a long way. This has proved to be amongst the favourites of ladies and each one of them shelves it. This particular style can be styled in diverse ways, to give an exquisite look. Pick a kurta in pastel colours with subtle work, add some accessories like a choker necklace and classic heels and you would turn heads at any corporate event!

Straight-cut Salwar Kameez

Experimental styles:

If your style is boho and you are not afraid to stand out, add a personal taste to your salwar kameez by wearing an angarkha style kurti or dhoti style pants. If your kurti is loud, make sure to pair it with subtle bottoms and vice-a-versa. You can even wear a simple long Anarkali like a kurti dress, or a long shirt-style kurti and just play around with different styles of carrying a dupatta and scarfs.

We have listed the latest trends when it comes to wearing a salwar kameez at work. Whatever be your personal favourite among these, wear it with confidence and a smile and be ready to change the world!

Indian Wedding Sarees Online Store

As a bride, the wedding is once in a lifetime event and choosing to look at your best is a built up pressure. Amidst such chaos and hurly-burly, shopping for a wedding is a complicated task when you don’t know what to really wear. Now when we talk about wedding apparels, saree is an evergreen choice that tops the chart. While selecting sarees for wedding occasions, you need to take into consideration some basic factors such as your body structure, weight, skin colour, and so on. Keeping these factors in mind, you can hone your beauty gracefully without feeling uncomfortable.

Silk Saree

Indian sarees have come a long way. Since time immemorial, different kinds of sarees adhering to different states and events have been worn unperturbed. As a most expressive form of Indian clothing, it displays a woman’s femininity from head to toe making her look extremely modest and elegant. As much as Indian sarees maintain their popularity in India, it is widely accepted overseas as well. When started out, it made it easier for women abroad to buy wedding sarees online suitable to their tastes and preferences. The colours, styles and materials were widely appreciated and bought in large. It has seen a remarkable spurt in the sale of sarees on its platform from international buyers who have now become the trendsetters in their communities. This also reveals the huge craze for bridal sarees that women have all over the world.

When it comes to designer wedding sarees, it is a common choice today. Women are looking for designs that will set them apart, give a unique touch and speak about their personality in the crowd. houses spectacular designs put together by our eminent craftsmen who work on each day and night. Be it the fine quality fabrics, patterns or hand-works, our collection stands out in the market. We tailor make wedding sarees according to the seasons as well. One can actually trace good options with us as per spring collection, winter collection, and summer collection. Each year we unveil the latest designs to give you more options to choose from.

Sareez houses all that you are looking for –colour, material and styles under one
roof to give you a seamless experience. Whether you are the bride or the mother or sister of the bride or the bride’s best friend, Sareez host collection for everyone! The materials we use to create this beautiful piece is hand-picked and woven by trained karigars and thread smiths. If you are a starter and trying saree for the first time, we have a heap of varieties in this domain for you too! While it is not a one-time thing, sarees can be worn multiple times for different occasions leaving you with a good return on investment. Wedding season is on. Pick your favourite from our catalogue and get stunned by the magic that follows.

Ranveer & Deepika’s Post-Marriage Look In Salwar & Bandgala From Sabyasachi Couture

ld5ji1o_deepika-ndtv_625x300_20_november_18Cherish the pristine look of the newlywed couples, our ever favorite Deepika & Ranveer. Again coordinated in white purity both are looking stunning on their way to the airport for Bengaluru. Sabyasachi couture being their wedding and all post-wedding celebration has patched up an awesome collection.

article-l-2018113235574521465000Deepika in a cream or off-white hued salwar kammez design and a self-worked dupatta is elegantly complementing the mangalsutra and chandbali in traditional heft. The bright choodas in red and Sindur was poping up her bright look. Since after she landed back from Italy, we are seeing her in salwar suit with coordinated color with hubby. The mangalsutra is looking ethereal on her. Any idea what it cost? Rs 20 lakhs!

Do you want to know what was inscribed throughout her wedding dupatta

1c2d1eca-e94f-11e8-9b97-bd22f81a225cOnce again Sabyasachi’s Indian dress salwar kameez and wedding attire stunned us with Deepika & Ranveer. The aari-taari dupatta in chowki design had Devnagari inscription of “Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava”. The lehenga cost Rs 8.9 lakhs. It was in red intricate with a hand-embroidery work in Tilla.

UntitledWhenever it is about being ethnic we have often found Deepika comfortable in salwar suit. Patching up with her style her fans and followers have also started reinventing their wardrobe. The post-marriage Day 1 Mumbai look on Airport, Deepika was looking gorgeous in straight cream salwar suit with close neck embedded by a heavily worked dupatta. And the second day looks in Anarkali salwar was also gorgeous.

Let’s check out some of the predominant salwar designs that is best fit for this season

peach-color-designer-anarkali-suit-celebrity4105a_1Anarkali is best for wedding or party wear. It has a lot to flaunt in a simple yet elegant makeover. If your body type is hour-glass or you are tall then it has the best match in Anarkali. This salwar kamez design has taken over a mass market share in Middle East and Asian countries sales graph.

zfsu1435A-line floor length salwar is also much on demand. A line high low salwar kammez design is good for regular wear or party wear as well. With cigarette pant or churidar it looks great. Being ethnic it accompanies a smarty look with aesthetic and elegance.

4bc5799838c1b3a8916f6c1597b7bcd7Silted salwar suit! Inclining to the western makeover it portrays an ethnic look. Side slit or two front slit is the pulse of this season.  Flaunt it with palazzo or petals pant is good to go. The tie and knot with latkan flaunted at side add to the exuberance.

Replacing the salwar, customized pant has taken away the market

153494092191464949-rayon-printed-salwarkameez-palazzoPalazzo is ruling the market for last three years. Flairs and flaunts has entrenched its exuberance. For regular wear or party wear, it has no parallel. Not just young age group, the elderly women folk have replaced their saree or salwar rack with palazzo and kurti breed. Catching the market pulse it is on height.

Short leggings, petal pants, cigarette pant are comfortable and gorgeous too. Harem, Afghani pant, sharara, skirt and lot more has altered the concept of salwar kammez but yet adheres to the root.

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