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12 Different Ways to Style Saree

12 Different Ways to Style Saree

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Saree is a most versatile dress which looks good to any age,  figure, and height.

You can make it traditional as well as modern by draping, blouse style and accessories according to your style.

You can wear it as bridal, formal  and casual wear.

Here in this blog post, we are sharing different types and ways to style saree.

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1:Bridal Saree

Lehnga is 1st choice of every bride on her wedding day but some brides ditch lehenga and wear saree.

Here is a beautiful Sabyasachi bride wearing a plain saree with an embellished blouse.

And this white veil is catching all the limelight.

Her soft make-up and hairstyle are complementing the whole look.


2:Traditional Saree

Whenever we name traditional saree one word that instantly comes to our mind is “Banarasi Saree”.

It is an heirloom piece and every woman should have one Banarasi Saree in her wardrobe.

You can complete a Banarsi saree look with traditional jewelry, a hair bun, and kohled eye make-up.

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3:Floral Saree

This trendy saree offers a fresh and stylish look.

Here are a few ways to style it.

Plain blouse and floral saree

Plain bralette blouse with floral saree and embroidery pallu, style it with a statement choker or big earrings.

Opt for a makeup of your own choice.

Source: Instagram/sabyasachiofficial

Floral blouse and printed saree

This full-sleeved blouse and printed saree is a head-turning dress.

Source: Instagram/sabyasachiofficial

Floral blouse and plain saree

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4:Stripes Saree

Plain blouse and striped saree 

Embroidery comes and goes, but stripes never go out of style.

Here is a lesson to learn from famous Bollywood stylist Rhea Kapoor.

Wear a strip saree with a full-sleeve crop top and drape it in front pallu style.

Saree: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla

Full Stripes

This is one of my favorite styles.

Athiya Shetty is gracefully carrying a whole stripe look.

It is never wrong to wear a stripe over a stripe.

Saree: Abrahmandthakore

Full stripes and tie

Tie is not only for boys, girls can wear it too.

Here Tapsee is acing a strip-tie saree.

Wear a striped saree with a collared shirt and tie.

5:Pant Saree

Pant saree is chic, functional, and comfortable.

You do not need a petticoat for this style.

Take pant saree inspiration from Sonakshi.

Sonakshi Sihna in Anamika Khana’s pant saree.

6:Saree with Long Jacket

Fashion Scientist Sonam Kapoor always introduces new styles.

Here she is wearing an all-red plain saree with a knee-length jacket.

Saree by anavila_m

7:Saree with blazer

Social media fashion queen Komal Panday rocking this style as usual with pallu wrapping around the neck.

This is the best style for working ladies; comfy and practical.

8:Saree with Hijab

Many people don’t wear sarees as they feel it is difficult to cover their heads.

You can wear a saree while wearing a hijab.

Here Uk UK-based blogger Amena Khan in a Sabyasachi saree, style it with a cape and belt.

9:Saree with Belt

Wearing a belt isn’t restricted to Western wear.

It can be used to change the whole look of your saree.

You can use both simple and traditional belts.

Traditional belt

Here Shilpa is wearing this ruffle plain saree.

Ruffle is in trend, just an emerald traditional belt amplifies the whole game of the outfit.

Simple belt

A plain monochrome saree with a simple belt creates magic and makes it more elegant.

10:Unique Blouse Style Sarees

Purnia is giving major blouse and draping goals.

She is wearing a collar blouse with a pleated cape.

Sonam Kapoor in Masaba Gupta saree with bandeau blouse and peasant style sleeve.

11:Shimmery Saree

Sequin/shimmer saree caters to your unabashed love for glitz and glamour.

Natasha Poonawalla in Manish Malhotra shimmery saree with rani har(necklace).

12:Polka Dot Saree

Polka dots are always cute and feminine.

Here Begum of Bollywood Kareena Kapoor wearing a Masaba Gupta polka dot saree with a bralette blouse.

Priyanka Chopra in Sabyasachi saree with small polka dots patterns full sleeves blouse and chunky earrings.

Which saree style is your favorite?