The Fashionable 9 Yards: A Perfect Party Wear Sarees
The intrinsic beauty within each woman shines best when she adorns the 9 yards. Sarees are fantastic fusions of class and appeal. They have a peerless panache that is meant to scintillate.
Bollywood divas have flaunted the 9 yards on many occasions, be it on ceremonies or IIFA, sarees have never failed to shower them with their much deserved limelight.
We have enlisted some outstanding combinations that will garner all the attention and confer you with elegance and grace on a soiree.’p>
Cape blouses with Chiffon Sarees:- Do you remember the red chiffon of Sushmita Sen from ‘Mai Hoon Na’? Oh boy, she looked divine! Now imagine an added cape blouse with that plain chiffon saree. Gorgeous right?
Raw Silk Saree with Kutch Blouse:- Raw silks have a tendency to fold into beautiful pleats that have both volume and a touch of softness. Combine raw silk with a heavily embroidered Kutch blouse and let the magic of the entire ensemble unfold.
Jute Saree with Halter Neck Blouse:- Jute sarees are very classy in appearance. They have an endearing texture to them that takes them to the next level. An addition of a chic halter-neck blouse to a jute saree will make you look like a diva in 9 yards.
Tulle Saree with High-Neck Blouse:-Tulles are sensuous fabrics, and green has always breathed a fresh charm to whatever it has ever adorned. A green tulle that has a fine blend of applique and sequins if combined with a high-neck floral print blouse is unsurpassed.
Black Chiffon with A Sheer Black & Gold Blouse:- The best thing about simple monochrome sarees is that they can be revamped in numerous ways. The combination of a magnetic monochrome black saree with a sheer blouse in black & gold is simply splendorous. This style statement is a sure-shot way to steal all the limelight that there is.
Off- White Cotton Saree with Full-Sleeve Black Blouse with Embroidery:- Simplicity has its own grandeur. The class of an off-white cotton saree with a tawny or taupe border, when combined with a black blouse with embroidery is peerless. This combination has been flaunted by many a Bollywood diva at posh events.
Georgette Saree in Royal Blue with Velvet Blouse with Sheer Sleeves:- A Royal blue saree with embellishments and blouse with intricate designs and lace sleeves will be the perfect party pick. If you want to look nothing less than a starlet, adorn this combination and step into a party to get eyes bolted onto you.
Net Saree in Nude with Orange Blouse:- Nude is perhaps the most versatile colour, and that is one reason it is the hot favourite of the top designers of India. A net saree with the right amount of embellishment combined with an orange blouse is always a hit. It creates a classy countenance that reflects aesthetic taste.
You can pick any party style from the above and rule and evening with the aura of a queen!
How to select your party wear sarees?
Choose a saree based on what type of party you are going to attend.
While selecting keep your draping style in mind.
The next important thing is that you keep the fabric in mind while choosing a saree.
Select according to Designs and Prints on the Saree.
Make sure you choose a saree while keeping in mind the border of the saree.
What are the best saree ideas for an office party?
Choosing an ideal saree for an office party depends on what kind of party it is. If there is a formal or business formal party then choose from silk, cotton silk, khadi or any heavy material saree. If there is a casual or cocktail party then selects a light fabric like crepe or Georgette etc and also in light colors. Make sure that your blouse is well fitted and not exposing one.
How to drape party wear sarees?
Wearing a saree is an easy task if you know what type of drape you want.
Make sure your petticoat or underskirt matches the color of your saree.
Begin tucking saree into the petticoat.
When you are done with tucking start making plates using your thumb and forefinger and then pint it.
Take rest of your saree twist it around your waist again from left to right. When the saree is in front make plates of your pallu and make sure that the size of the pallu reaches the back of your knee. You can also leave your pallu flowing if you want.