India’s nine yards of grace, more like nine yards of style, has become the globe’s style fix and also the easiest identification of Indian traditional wear. Owing to its growing popularity, the indian saree as an outfit defines understated glamor and muted elegance without unnecessary bling or in your face accessories. It is by far the simplest style resulting in maximum impact and is often a preferred choice for most brides wishing to go the traditional way.
Exemplifying the beauty and pride of our Indian culture and an obviously perfect choice to connect to our prestigious roots, the saree style manages to top the list of bridal picks this season and with good reason. Slightly modified to reflect the dynamics of style over the years, the saree has also gone through its fair share of modifications for those who wish to redefine tradition in their own way, but there are also some who resonate the ‘old is gold’ philosophy and go by the thumb rule of classics are best. Take a look at some designs that will make you want to drape your way to the next big fat Indian wedding, whether as the bride’s family or friends.
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This version of our saree style flaunts a beautiful peach shade in crepe satin in a  dhoti variant for a fusion glam look! Designed with ready draped pleats and a pre stitched pleated pallo with cut dana embroidered border, this one is a winner all the way!
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Razzle Dazzle and more , because black is here to stay. A Chantilly lace net saree with floral cord and zari embroidered butti is a great pick to go traditional with the colour that epitomises bold, but beautiful!
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As traditional as it could get, powder pinkis a colour that never gets old, no matter what and this net indian saree with embroidered butti lends feminine poise while floral motifs add graceful dimensions to an otherwise simplistic construction.
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This list of classic meets tradition equals saree wouldn’t be complete without the fiery red creation taking over. A tomato red georgette saree in abstract embroidery embellished with cut dana work on the lower half and pallo, red hot and super feisty equates this design with a matching unstitched cut dana embroidery blouse.
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Last but not the least, this classic ivory white number is a perfect choice for anyone looking to dress to impress. A half and half saree featuring in net and georgette with lucknowi work, the floral cord jaal work really stands out with sequins and cut dana embroidery!
Draped from the front or behind, the indian saree is a perfect wedding dress personifying indian fashion and is perfect for the upcoming summer season too.