No ethnic wear compliments the Indian woman's figure better than the classic sari, which has evolved over thousands of years, giving many varieties of designer Indian sarees. Whether draped in a traditional or trendy saree, every Indian bride wants her wedding sari to look elegant, graceful and jaw-droppingly beautiful. These five tips will help you choose the perfect Indian wedding saree.
Embroidered fabrics add timeless beauty to any wedding attire. If you find matching the right material with your body type and the season is challenging, pick a saree material that you are comfortable managing and have worn before the big day. Modern Indian wedding sarees come in a combination of fabrics: Georgette, silk, satin, velvet and raw silk can stand alone with heavy zari work and delicate stones added to prepare the perfect wedding drape. There is something ageless about a handloom embroidered Benarasi silk saree or South silk Kanjivaram sari with gold thread work that makes it a favorite pick for bridal wear. Various embroidered motifs in brocade and gold accessories add bling to the natural sheen of the fabric. Sometimes pearls and gems are also intricately worked into a wedding saree to add even more charm and colour.
There are so many delightful colours to choose from that it may seem confusing. Keeping the colour combination as simple as possible is important in wedding sarees. One easy way to choose is to go with the latest trends and colours that are "in" this season. Fuchsia pink, reds, corals to mustard, ivory, mint green and golden saris are all the rage in the wedding season. It is wise to select a colour that enhances your skin tone and individuality, keeping the time of day in mind. Golden thread work goes well with maroon, reds, corals, mauve, mustard or green and they suit most Indian complexions. However, it is essential to experiment with new colour combinations like Cyan and deep blue saree to stand out at a wedding.
It is true that a saree blouse can make or break your look. After picking the design and colour, getting a really well-tailored blouse with awesome fitting is imperative to complementing a fabulous wedding saree. It should not hang too loose or tight as if to suffocate you. Last minute readymade ones won't do, so take the time get your saree blouse measured close to event. Look dazzling in designer wear by getting it stitched by a branded store or specialized tailor. Remember it is essential to wearing a comfortable bra of the right size while getting measured to get the most accurate fitting. If you want to pick your own material, keep in mind thick blouse material is best for winter and summer needs. Trendy net sarees coupled with net blouse designs are all the rage today, but traditional silks with heavy zari and resham embroidery for your wedding saree will need a brocade and colourful blouse.
Wedding outfits should accompany matching jewellery. It is a precious and personal part of your ethnic outfit , not just adorned to add some bling. Additional accessories, such as a beautiful mehendi design, Potli Bag and demure high heels all enhance the glam quotient. Leave your hair open only if you don't want to draw attention to your jewels. Pulling back your stresses up in a neat knot makes all Indian women, not only the bride, look very classy and chic.
Today it has become easy to buy wedding sarees online from Indian e-stores, sitting anywhere in the world. The convenience of online shopping, in addition to the time it saves, has made it popular for wedding shoppers too. If you buy a wedding saree online, most e-commerce bridal wear stores offer customized fitting and free alterations. Many bridal wear designers, such as Simaaya Fashions have launched their online ventures to allow access to their couture to global buyers. Instead of walking into each and every bridal boutique to check out the latest collection of India's leading fashion designers with just a few clicks.