Indian women love their sarees and will never lose an opportunity to wear them. But, what happens when the winter sets in and one is bounded by heaps of clothing? Well, the answer is pretty simple, you can neither flaunt those beautiful designs on your attire nor can you do without those warm clothing…only to end up looking all baggy!
If you are reading this and are able to relate to the above stated fashion woo, then Cbazaar brings you some practical winter fashion tips that will help you attain the right balance between winter clothing and your ethnic style statement in perfect élan.
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The saree has a three part design namely, the border, the main section and the blouse, giving ample space to experiment with colors
Apart from the winter rule of dark colors, you can try light shades of greens, reds, blues and purples to break the monotony
Since its winters, you could also wear long to elbow-length sleeves to the blouse, giving a refined touch to your ensemble
Jacket: you can also choose to wear a jacket and take the pallu on your shoulders or wrap the saree pallu around your neck and bring it in a straight-line down the front. You could also team up your saree with an overcoat which can distinguish your look
Many women are fond of wearing sweaters with their saree. The contrast color works better. Either, you can button yourself right to the top or leave a few buttons open to display the artistic borders of the Saree and the pallu.
For those who love the elegance of shawls, here’s a quick tip. Place the shawl on the other side of the pallu or simply wear it across your shoulder.
The influence of shawls is very evident in some of the prominent celebrities like Sharmila Tagore, Jaya Bachchan, Rekha who epitomize style with such ease. In the link given below, one can clearly see how Tagore has blended the shawl on one side without taking away the charm of the saree.
Hope all these tips come in handy when you wear your favorite saree and enjoy most of the winter with grace and style.Tweetby