Spice up your Stylish look with Designer Half Saree
The saree is not just another Indian outfit: it represents our country's tradition, culture, and beauty and is suitable for all women. It is also thought that wearing this lovely traditional outfit will give you a flawless Indian look. And what if we told you that this clothing is also found with a distinct western flair? The most obvious example is the half saree. Half sarees are popular in South India, and the trend began with the film Chennai Express, in which Deepika Padukone wore them for the majority of the film. It is also known as Dhavani in South India and is popular due to its simple, attractive, and comfortable skirt, blouse, and dupatta combination style. It is half Lehenga and comes in a variety of hues and work combinations. Mirraw offers a large range of half saree designs for women, from fabric to work options, all at reasonable pricing.
How do you choose the Best Blouses for Half Sarees?
Half sarees or Dhavani are available in a variety of colors and designs, and they bring a burst of newness to ethnic wear. However, it is difficult to wear without a blouse. So, if you're going to acquire this Indian wear for women, consider investing in a designer blouse.
Look for lust-worthy blouses with a fresh and innovative pattern for a Chic pattern.
Choose a golden blouse with Zardosi or sparkling Kundan embroidery to go with a royal design. It will immediately improve your appearance.
Choose a contrasting color blouse with matching work for a modern Dhavani style.
Choose an elbow-length blouse with zari embroidery and dazzling glittery stones for a Traditional pattern.
Combine it with a deep and unique back neck blouse for a youthful look.
A cold shoulder blouse will give a touch of modernity to your classic half sari.
How to Wear Half Saree as a Lehenga?
With a Lehenga: Like a celebrity, combine your half saree with a Lehenga and get a stylish, youthful look.
Like a Lehenga: Wrap your saree over a petticoat in the skirt form with pleats and tuck it around the waistline to make it look like a Lehenga.
Like Lehenga Choli: Drape your sari from right to left direction and make the small pleats near the waistline in front. Don’t do it on the backside and take the pallu and throw it over the right shoulder to the front.
With Lehenga and Dupatta: Wear your sari with Lehenga and dupatta, giving a triangular shape drape to the back.
With two sarees: Take two light-weight silk sarees and drape one like a Lehenga over a petticoat, while the other is draped like a regular sari with pallu pleats.
Tips for Keeping a Half Saree in Good Condition
Silk, cotton, georgette, chiffon, and other fabrics are used to make half saris. Each cloth has its own set of requirements for proper care. However, there are a few things that all half saris have in common: -
Do not wash your half-saree in the machine, especially if it is embellished.
Wash it in soapy water in a bucket.
Never hang a half sari to dry in direct sunlight since the colors will fade.
Washing your half saris too frequently will weaken and damage the garment's fibers.
To avoid moisture-locking, store them in muslin or cotton cloth.
Mirraw: A One-Stop Shop for Half Sarees Online
Half sarees are a must-have for every woman who enjoys experimenting with her style and wants to stand out. These sari types are available in a variety of vibrant colors, details, and fabrics at Mirraw. You can pick the one that best suits your needs and get ready to show off. So go ahead and get your Half Sarees!