Fresh trend of printed, light weight printed saree with rare on embroidery work

Sarees are a perfect wear for ladies especially when you can’t decide what to wear on an occasion. The sarees come in various style statements but the trends keep on changing extensively. Earlier ladies used to wear heavy embroidered sarees in bright colors. But these days the trend of light weight printed saree is buzzing up the fashion industry. These printed sarees are designed with little or rare work of embroidery on them and are quite light weighted that suits the present generation’s woman who love to be ethnic but at the same time urges for some freedom from traditional approach.

Amy Jackson Style Saree At Lakme Fashion Week

Saree is the most basic & trendier traditional attire for ladies and has gone under several changes over last many decades as the fashion gurus are experimenting with it to make it as trendier as possible. Every decade holds a style statement of its own for sarees. Moreover celebrities opting for sarees on majority of national & international events, even for international platforms have buzzed up the saree trend over last two decades.

Karishma Kapoor Designer Cream Saree

These days the heavy work sarees are getting off the track while the light weight printed sarees with little embroidery (or no embroidery) work on it is getting immense admiration. Reasons – first being light weight these can be worn on family functions as well as for some professional events & local occasions too. Secondly the prints are heavily in trend this year making these a perfect choice and third these provide a comfort to ladies with professional independent approach to carry them easily & fashionably due to their low embroidery & light weight.

Madhuri Dixit Beige Saree in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa

The designers like Ritu Kumar, Masaba Gupta, Satya Paul and more big guns of fashion industry have provided a new approach to these printed sarees. Masaba Gupta has mixed vibrant pastel colors with small prints and very little embroidery making these sarees look elegant yet stylish while preserving the traditional Indian touch in the complete attire.

Ritu Kumar has blended dark colors with some wide prints providing all new sexy look to saree. Designer Satya Pual has make use of bright colors to mix with unique prints. Such sarees can be worn by ladies & girls of all ages as well as body types since these make you look quite elegant and slim. The prints & rare embroidery cuts down the extra curves from vision and make wearer look sleek, vibrant and suave.


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