Designer sarees images keep on changing from season to season. While some saree trends keep resurfacing every other season, there are some fresh designer sarees images which become trends that we get to see in the new collections. This season, we have seen a change in prints, the colour palettes have become more muted and the embellishments have received a makeover.
With the finest of the fabrics, stitches and an array of vibrant colours, these sarees have found their way into the 'must-have' list for the wedding wardrobe. Perfect for every wedding function, these regal designs are surely going to make heads turn in awe. Celebrating the elegance of a nine-yard saree, we present to you a list of designer sarees images from the freshest collections of ace fashion designers of India.
1. Floral Summer Saree
Such designer sarees images are perfect for brides who seek simplicity in their wedding wardrobe. Anita Dongre’s designs are a celebration of vibrant colours and that is exactly what we get to witness on this saree design as well.
If the summer yellow tone of the saree was not enough, we have floral motifs embroidered in shades of blue, green and pink across the border; making this nine-yard perfect party wear. Style this saree with a pair of oversized sunnies, a silver hand-clutch and a pair of white or silver peep toes for that 80’s vibe.
2. Multi-Coloured Organdy Saree
Image courtesy: Sabyasachi on Instagram
The simplicity of the pearl white organdy saree contrasts well with the multi-coloured embroidered saree blouse that Sabyasachi has put much emphasis on. The highlight of such designer sarees images are the Sabyasachi blouses that he recommends along with them. A trend wherein a simple saree is teamed up with a statement blouse style is quite a favourite of the Indian brides.
There is no denying the fact that this Sabyasachi’s signature 70s-80s era organdy saree style is an evergreen trendsetter. Accessorise this saree with a timeless wristwatch, a choker necklace and brown shades to amplify the retro vibe of the look.
3. Mirror Work Saree Style
You know you will become an obvious star of the evening when you will adorn this mirror-work saree, designed by Bollywood’s favourite designer, Suneet Varma! Such designer sarees design is a true match when you are throwing a glamorous cocktail or Sangeet party for your wedding guests.
Don’t stop flaunting the bling right there. Find an all diamonds necklace to go with this saree style and make sure that you pull your hair back in a twisted bun to let the twinkles shine brighter.
4. 14 Yard Shalu Saree
Image courtesy: House of Neeta Lulla
Customised designer sarees images are a big hit among brides-to-be. Take into account this gorgeous, whooping 14 yards long Maharashtrian, wedding Shalu (saree), designed by the veteran designer Neeta Lulla. The saree consists of embroidery in silver threadwork across and colourful embroidery on the border.
Maintaining the traditional craftsmanship of Maharashtra, this 14 yards saree also consists of a Banarasi Paithani drape which has been handwoven in finest of the Indian silk. Go all out matching this custom saree with a statement wedding jewellery set complete with Guchhedar Nath nosering and an Ambada hairpin.
5. Fairytale Saree Style
Image courtesy: Archana Rao on Instagram
If Disney ever decides on launching a fairytale version of sarees, this design is how it would look like! Archana Rao has taken her couture genius up a notch, presenting an array of designer sarees images that are breezy, fairytale-like and glamorous enough to be worn for a wedding function.
The powder blue colour against stark white lace embroidery and floral blouse is a combination a bride cannot resist for a destination afternoon function. You can add a flair of sophistication to this look by wrapping Archana's signature bow-belt around the waistline.
With all these designer sarees design launched this season, brides-to-be can be seen overlooking a regular Anarkali or Lehenga style for these nine yards. These drapes also require the right kind of styling, so make sure that you invest ample time in understanding what these designer sarees design want in terms of accessories.
A waist belt, for instance, is a great way to gather around the drapes, giving you a slim fit and hassle-free mobility upon wear. As mentioned before, choker necklaces are the hottest accessory at the moment, that you can style your saree with. But in case you are not a fan of the fitted choker, you can opt for a Maang Tikka instead, to match with the designer sarees you've chosen from these designer sarees images. But the truth be told, a saree will always compliment the wearer no matter how you drape it or accessorise it!
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