How to style Saree in Summer season?

How to style Saree in Summer season?

Summer may be difficult for any woman. Selecting outfits that provide some relief from the heat is critical on hot days. But what if there are certain significant occasions on the calendar? It could be a festival, a wedding, or anything else. The most favored option for the typical Indian woman is to wear a Saree. Can it, however, make you fashionable? Yes & No. But, with the appropriate saree, you may appear fashionable even during the hot summers. Although nothing beats a traditional South Indian saree, several unique saree styles may be worn in the summer for optimal comfort and style.

Here are five styling tips on how you can beat the heat and look your best in a summer sarees.

1.Comfort before Style:
When shopping for a summer saree, comfort should take priority over all other considerations. Look for chiffon, georgette, cotton, and linen sarees in lightweight fabrics. Avoid sarees that are heavily embroidered. Choose a breezy cotton saree in any bright summer colors.

2.Accessorize Right: 

Choose simple jewelry and accessories. A colorful, long kundan or temple necklace, studs, and a modest bracelet will suffice. Makeup should be light and natural. Use a sling bag or a trendy red combo bag to amp up your saree style.

3.Choose the Blouse wisely: 

 To give a touch of modern elegance, choose a supportive and structurally designed blouse. Keep the blouse simple in light and sleek fabric like cotton and georgettes to keep the look breathable. To make things more interesting, go for designs like crop tops, capes and jackets, kalamkari blouses, and even blouses with zari, stone, and sequins.

4.Drape it Right: 

The way you drape your saree depends on the design. In case you choose a half-pleated saree, be sure to have contrast-colored pleats lined with the saree. A simple saree has to be draped like a dhoti, with the pleats tucked in the front, and the pallu taken to the back and falling over the designs.

5.Make a Statement: 

Make a statement with your saree. Go for a hand-painted saree or one with heavy yet stylish embroidery. For a classy look, choose a self-designed one or a saree with intricate motifs and embroidery. Fusion sarees are also a great way to combine both comfort and style.

So, this summer, don’t hide indoors due to the heat. Step out in style with the right saree and keep the heat and the fashion police away!


















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