Saree Gown Designs : Reinventing the Old with the New

Why settle for old when you can go for something new? The modern woman loves to flaunt a bold yet beautiful look while branching towards hitherto unknown territories. The roots, however, are not forgotten. Drawing upon the ideology of the confident girls of today, the couturiers decided to amalgamate the traditional Indian attire, the six yard saree with the mandatory Western wear for women in all events, the gown. Though the saree style gown originated first in 2013, it has come back with a bang by climbing the popularity charts by retaining the saree’s versatility while eliminating it’s difficulty with a zipped up gown. Excited to incorporate the IT- trend of the year into your wardrobe and wondering how? Let’s take a look at some saree gown designs:

The Fiery Side

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Blood red is the new black! While your female colleagues might be turning up for corporate parties in vest, turn heads with a heady mix of fierce and feminine by wearing the gown style saree with a soft, intricate design on the hem and a touch of the dramatic on the fall or pallu. For the maximum effect, don’t feel afraid to show some skin in a bikini blouse, a large bindi and a statement neckpiece.

Lacing it up!

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A tantalizing mix of sultry and shy is the aura all women want to send off to their men. A romantic date on the cards and can’t decide on what to wear? The laced gown saree gives an unexpected twist to the old tale. Just make sure that you ditch the clichéd red and stick to unconventional colours like black and turquoise to make a statement. No matter what the occasion, if you want to try something new and yet play it safe, the laced up saree evening gown will be your perfect fit.

Asymmetrical Assumptions

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The asymmetrical cuts have established itself as a staple of the regular fashionista’s closet space. When the modern classic blends into the trend of the saree gown dress, the result have to be seen to be believed! Perfect as an evening gown saree for a cocktail party, you can safely bid adieu to your accessories in their entirety and go with a smoky eyed, nude lipped makeup. Though a messy bun would work wonders, girls can also decide to let their hair down in beach waves.

The Jacketed Look

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Winter tends to take a hit at our style dairies at the outset of the year. Who knew you could resort to Indian wear for some consolation before saree gowns took over? An elegant yet stunning look can easily be achieved if you trust in the embellished jacket to see you through the day. Simply pair your deconstructed jacket with the saree inspired gown in pastels for your best friend’s baby shower. Slip into your heirloom pearls, tie your hair in a milkmaid braid and don’t forget that winged eyeliner!

The Tribal Diva

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A saree might be a great choice for a literary meet but how do you fit the saree gown or saree dress into the scheme of things? The Aztec print embroidered saree gowns might be the answer to your dilemma. Rather than letting the pallu drop lopsidedly, drape it around yourself and secure it with a broad leather belt. Oversized accessories and ox blood lipstick might help you in creating in the transcendental tribal look.

The Royal Affair

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Think grand. Think royal. A modern woman would be inspired by the Grecian royalty as well as the Indian to make the most out of a balance between the fluidity and construction of the saree gown with theatrical capes. A look as versatile as it is timeless, the royal saree gown look is for the superwoman princess.

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