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Give Your Wardrobe a New-age Update With Geometric Sarees

Get ready to stand out from the crowd in new age geometric sarees that you can add to your post-wedding or casual ethnic wardrobes.

Image Courtesy: House of Masaba

As much as heritage weaves and hand-me-downs are an irreplaceable part of every woman’s wardrobe, new-age contemporary sarees are a must-have too! While bold motifs, traditional arts, and culture-specific designs have been a collection staple, modern-day designers have been experimenting with symmetrical, geometric motifs to give an eclectic edge to the nine-yards. 

A Bollywood favourite, geometric sarees feature all sorts of patterns from circles and checks, to stripes, triangles, and chevron. One can expect a lot of stunning contemporary designs without taking away the grace and elegance of the age-old saree. If you are someone who is looking for breezy chiffon and organza sarees, or a bride-to-be looking to add sarees to their bridal trousseau, you can go for geometric designs on Kanjeevaram silk, Banarasi sarees, Patola sarees and more. 

Are you looking out for the latest trends in sarees? Get ready to bookmark these designer sarees that your favourite lifestyle bloggers and Bollywood stars have flaunted in recent times! We will give you 7 such prints to take inspiration from!

Multi-hued chevron striped saree

Image Courtesy: Anavila

The leheriya print is such a versatile print, whether it is on heavy bridal sarees or casual chiffon ones. This Anavila designed saree with chevron print all over is a perfect pick for when you want to pick something light and breezy for an office event or a meeting! Choose to go with a blouse in a similar shade or one with embroidery just like in the picture. 

Black and white edgy geometric saree 

Image Courtesy: Masoom Minawala

If you are looking out for an edgy geometric saree, take cues from Masoom Minawala’s black and white geometric saree with a matching balloon sleeve blouse and belt by Vedika M. This style can be worn to your BFF’s glam cocktail or sangeet night. Pair it with strappy heels in black and slicked back hair to add up to the glam quotient. 

Blue striped Chanderi saree 

Image Courtesy: Mishru

Lifestyle blogger Juhi Godambe gives a lesson in style with a dreamy striped Chanderi saree! Minimalists are going to love the idea of a blue striped saree like this one. Not only is it ideal for an anniversary date, but can also be worn to your BFF’s pre-wedding ceremonies. On casual days, you can style it up with silver jewellery and let your confidence do the talking! 

Sunny yellow Benarasi saree with gold stripes

Nikasha, Okhla Phase 2

Taking the print-on-print a notch higher is Bebo’s choice in geometric sarees. This sunny yellow Banarasi silk saree has gold horizontal stripes, polka dots, and a chevron-striped border, with a matching blouse. While Kareena wore the saree to Arman Jain’s wedding, one can wear it to puja at home, or a festive get-together too!

Multi-coloured striped georgette saree 

Image Courtesy: Sabyasachi

If you want a rather colourful saree to wear to your friend’s sangeet, a multi-hued saree like the one Alia Bhatt wore to an award function could be an ideal pick. With multi-colour stripes all over, sequin, and a thick embroidered lace border, a geometric saree like this one is an ideal choice for the modern-day wardrobe. 

Blue and white vintage gingham saree 

Image Courtesy: House of Masaba

If you want to experiment with bolder, gender-fluid prints, pick out a saree like this one styled by Masaba! The blue geometric chequered patterns through the length and breadth of the saree, paired with a matching full sleeve blouse with a plunging neckline, can be a match made in heaven for someone who is looking to quirk up their ethnic wardrobe. 

Monochrome silk striped saree with a gold border

Image Courtesy: Raw Mango

We absolutely love this Raw Mango saree as seen on Dia Mirza, who styled it with minimal gold studs and a matching cuff bracelet. A monochrome saree like this one is an absolute must-have in your wardrobe. Given the monochrome striped look and a delicate gold border, it can be worn to so many occasions, both festive and otherwise. A saree style like this is also great for your board meetings!

These symmetrical pattern sarees are not only stylish but also extremely versatile. If you want to stand out from the crowd, consider geometric sarees to give a new-age spin to your sartorial choices. While Indo-western ensembles will give you a comfortable, hands-free experience, if you are willing to take your style game up, a saree would be your best-placed bet. Geometric sarees are slowly getting the attention they deserve; You could also hop on the wagon and get yourself an off-beat geometric saree, in the fabric of your choice. 

Play with accessories, go for quirky blouse styles, or choose print-on-print to turn heads wherever you go! These sarees won’t wear you down and will define your personality better. Whether you go for stripes, chequered prints, or chevron style prints, be assured to be a trend-setter!

Would you consider introducing geometric sarees in your wardrobe? Let us know your thoughts on this 2020 saree trend!