The new bride is always under the scanner. There's always some attention on her wardrobe. To be at your stylish best, you have been flipping through magazines and scrolling through Instagram for the latest trends. However, just because the wedding ceremonies are traditional, don't compromise on your love for edgy fashion trends. We say, move away from the same old traditional drapes, go bold, take a chance to experiment. Give that traditional drape a miss and be a hatke bride. We list out eight new ways of styling a saree that will come handy for every new bride. Take a look.
A pristine white embellished saree paired with a full sleeves matching embroidered blouse with a plunging neckline is already a hit. Add to that a long train-like saree pallu, just like Deepika did. Let go the traditional open pallu styles but you have to be a little extra careful while you walk.
Cold shoulder embellished blouse teamed with a pastel solid ruffled saree with pleats in the front is what we are crushing on currently. If you have a thing for solid colours and want to give your regular saree an edgy twist, give this ruffled styling a try.
When it comes to saree draping and giving it an edgy tweak no one does it better than Shilpa Shetty. Get your saree game on point just like Shilpa by draping your pallu in a criss-cross style around your arms and look no less than a celebrity.
Need we remind you how dhoti sarees are a rage among Bollywood divas and fashion bloggers. We need to thank the designers who came up with this carefree saree style like never before. If you are confident enough to carry this boss lady style, then go grab it already.
For those who are not much into experimenting with their saree game, we say stick to the basics. Keep it simple and yet classy in the most traditional and subtle way like Kareena Kapoor Khan. And trust us, you will never feel yellow and pink to be done to death.
Umm... you must be wondering how? Take a look at Rhea Kapoor who teamed her solid red ruffled saree with a black blazer and looked like a million bucks. Quite an inspiration for the new working brides we say.