When it comes to building a bridal trousseau, most brides usually add a saree or two, owing to its femininity and grace and the sheer craftsmanship that is involved in creating a bespoke saree. The traditional saree is a bridal go-to but there is no limit to the many styles this garment can be worn in. With a fun mix of patterns and pleats, you can easily elevate your saree style. We rounded up our favorite celeb-approved saree looks, that strike the perfect balance between traditional and chic.
Coconut hand embroidered saree set, Arpita Mehta
If you want go for a traditional saree silhouette but don't enjoy the hassle of draping one, opt for a pre-stitched saree. With a statement blouse and metallic detailing, this tiered saree look is a wedding favourite.
Ivory and gold Chikankari saree set, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla
To take your saree game up a notch, pair a heavily embroidered dupatta with your bridal saree and style it like a veil to achieve a royal look. Take inspiration from this ivory and gold saree donned by Deepika Padukone during her wedding celebrations.
Mustard yellow dhoti saree, Kynah
Dhoti pants paired with a one-shoulder blouse and a pre-stitched dupatta is enough to make a fashion statement with a saree illusion. Create a focal point around your waist to give this uber-cool saree a structured look. It makes for the perfect offbeat outfit for your haldi ceremony.
White Saree Set, Anamika Khanna
Contrast capes add a layer of extravagance to your saree. It makes for a modern boho-chic ensemble and can be styled for any wedding ceremony effortlessly.
Maya pre-drape double pallu saree, Affroz
With the goodness of two, you can have a delicate pleat-heavy saree look with the help of two separate sarees. This will create a chic blend of two patterns with an edgy touch for your mehendi ceremony or even a cocktail party.
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