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8 Designer Gota Patti Saree Designs Perfect for Summer Weddings

Asymmetrical hemlines, to classic styles and traditional weaves, a gota patti saree will serve you well whether you are the bride or the bridesmaid.

Anushree Reddy

Gota Patti sarees are now a staple in Indian ethnic wardrobes. The centuries-old handicraft which was once worn exclusively by royal families is now a beloved textile in commonplace too. Known for its uniqueness and versatility, an authentic Gota Patti saree appeals to the millennial dresser and classic lovers alike.

From lightweight designs to heavily embellished ones, couture pieces by designers like Pallavi Jaipur to Anita Dongre, there are endless designs featuring Gota Patti work available online and in traditional markets. A lot of Bollywood celebrities' festive wardrobes are about Gota Patti detailing, be it on a saree or their favourite festive kurtas. Find the best styles with the below-listed designer Gota Patti sarees that you can add to your own wardrobes. 

Black mirror work ruffled saree 

Vvani By Vani Vats

Ruffled sarees are a fresh take on the age-old nine yards and are the latest fad on the ramps too! Pick yourself a black mirror work ruffled saree with tastefully done gota embroidery to instantly amp up your festive look. The ruffled pallu will give your outfit the much-needed drama while a deep-set blouse like this one will let you experiment with the jewellery you pick out. 

If you are looking for an outfit to wear to your friend’s Sangeet night and want to pick something in black and gold, a ruffled saree like this one can make you look quite the stunner!

Panelled Blue net saree 

Image Courtesy: Pallavi Jaipur

An electric blue net saree with panelled Gota Patti floral embroidery is a must-have for the upcoming summer weddings. Given that Classic blue is the official colour of the year, one can make the best use of it by investing in a designer Gota Patti saree like this one. 

Go for a strappy blouse or one with simple cut-sleeves, along with an open pallu to add to the all-over look of the saree. For jewellery, pick a traditional choker and pair it with a long necklace design. You can skip the earrings altogether or go for something subtle in order to balance out the saree. 

Red silk satin saree with extensive Gota work 

Anita Dongre

If you are the bride-to-be on a hunt for perfect heavy work sarees that can double up as your post shaadi go-to, an intricately embroidered red Gota Patti saree like this one will look regal on you. The saree in the above picture is a creation by Anita Dongre. You can get yourself one just like this, or a similar one in a different colour.

We suggest an off-white blouse, Chaandbaalis, and embroidered mojris to finish off your post bridal look.

Pristine white shimmering saree

Image Courtesy: Good Earth

Pick a pristine white saree with gold detailing and shimmering Gota Patti work to stun at any wedding. Take Sonam Kapoor’s look for example; The white saree from Good Earth’s couture collection is a visual treat. From gold embellishments all across the saree to the Gota Patti border and embellished pallu, the saree has the right amount of shimmer.

You can style a similar saree with heavy Kundan jewellery, matching Kada bangles and a Potli bag. Go for minimal makeup and eyeliner to balance off the look.

A classic black & gold saree 

Image Courtesy: Baise Gaba, Jaipur

If ruffled sarees are not your thing, pick a simple black and gold number and style it up with a winner hair-do! Gota Patti stripes like these will give your saree a millennial appeal. Balance modern silhouettes with the old-world charm of Gota Patti in a saree like this one.

Go for heavy jewellery and a stunning hair-do for a winner style statement. We suggest you go for a neat eyeliner with soft nude lips and flushed cheeks! 

Red Chanderi saree with all-over printed motifs  

Image Courtesy: House of Masaba

The best part about Gota Patti is the fact that the high-shine work instantly picks up any ethnic outfit. Take a look at this Chanderi saree by House of Masaba. We love how the metallic leaf motifs are liberally done up across the length and breadth of the saree. You can pick yourself a saree just like this and pair it with a simple white blouse with minimal detailing to charm up your look. 

To replicate a look like this, go for Gota Patti work on a Chanderi base. Pick a crepe blouse and team it up with fine jewellery, Gajra, and strappy heels to create a look to die for! 

Sunshine yellow ruffle saree with a scallop border

Bhumika Sharma

Pick a summer colour with a yellow saree to brighten up your festive wardrobe. Like we said ruffle sarees are in vogue; what’s better than adding a contemporary twist to a ruffle saree with an embellished belt?

Time and again brides have opted for sarees for their Haldi functions, take cues from this stunning Bhumika Sharma number and get yourself one in a similar style!

Which gota patti saree appealed to you the most? Let us know in the comments below!