The attraction of the saree resides in its rhythm and ethnic elegance for many people. The elegance, grace and femininity of this wear can not be compared to any other Indian clothing, and even the simplicity and sensuality of West clothes compete rigorously. Saree trend, in India and abroad, has arrived in a big way and is here to live. It is not at all surprising that the elegant saree outfit has become a hot, trendy fashion item for centuries.

You can find trendy sarees to appeal to many palettes and requirements, from modern Indian women to international fashionists. The only thing about a saree which enjoys a wide range of clients is that it can be modest and sensual, basic and elaborate, traditional and modern at once. The luxury sarees are often the specific regional varieties that celebrities and fashion designers find and popularize.

These saree trends never go out of style as can be seen in the fact that Kanjeeveram sarees are often moved from generation to generation. The majestic South India Kanjeevaram sarees are a great example, made of the finest silk and gold threads, with stunning zari borders and ethnic patterns. The Banarasi saree, the Paithani saree and the Jamdani saree are other typically popular saree designs.

Regular Sarees

There are a number of ethnic, traditional sarees to discover and pick from, but many new fashion sarees inspired by more western and modern trends can also be found. Over all these years, the saree has not remained static and its growing popularity with international customers led to the development of ‘traditional sarees with more innovative designs and fashionable style.

The recent saree trend is to go for simple-to-wear designs that are much better to wear and drape, even though they look just as elegant and trendy as the regular saree. The pre-stitched saree, for example, is as simple to wear as a skirt and comes in a wide range of designs and colours. Lehenga saree, a half saree, a pant saree and a saree gown are other choices.

Modern Sarees

The use of non-traditional materials such as satin, net, georgette, chiffon and velvet is another modern saree trend. Net and velvet, in particular, are now very fashionable, with various fashion designer sarees using such fabrics to create beautiful layers of adorned materials for pallu and skirt.

Chiffon has also become an integral part of Indian saree trend. Chiffon sarees are often simple and unadorned; this is a deviation from traditional and highly decorated styles, but it does not take away any sensuality or glamour. This increased use of chiffon and net, together with other translucent materials such as chanderi cotton, fine silk, lace, and thin georgetteis all the result of Bollywood and television saree fashions.

The Indian palette of green, red, yellow and blue has also moved from its colors to more bold multi-tone sarees, dual tone and neon sarees. Silver, red and black sarees especially when covered with stones ,sequins and other bright decorations, are considered among the most glamorous party wear choices.

On the other hand, undiscovered work of regional sticking and embellishment is becoming increasingly used by ‘nationalistic’ designers who wish to put Indian craftsmen at the forefront. Thus, the latest sarees often have traditional works such as cutdana, gota patti, zari, resham, aari and booti come with intricately woven regional materials such as brocade, chanderi cotton,khadi, Uppada silk and many more.

Suit it with ideal accessories

Without the correct accessories no elegant saree looks complete or fashionable and there are traditional and modern options are available here. For eg, the latest trend with casual wear sarees is to go good with large, chunky jewelry.

Options such as wooden bangles, terracotta necklace sets and antique metal jewelry add a new fashion saree with printed ocal hand-block prints or tribal designs like Ikat to its funky ethical vibe.

When it comes to evening wear the pattern might rely on the saree and occasion . The latest trend in sarees is to experiment with blouse designs to create a dramatic and bold statement of style. This trend started with daring silhouettes and unexpected cuts and daring silhouettes (for that time). The more classic types such as high neck, neck collar, full sleeves, backless cholis and dori tie ups have been coming back again.

Bollywood Fashion, Malaysia offers an exclusive range of Sarees designed in league with the modern trends. We are specialized in exclusive designer Sarees which add to one’s grace and elegance. Available at all of our three Locations (Brickfields, Klang, Penang)

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