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9 Stunning Mirror Work Sarees That Would Make Heads Turn

Cocktail, Mehndi or Shaadi...light up every occasion with the glitz of mirrors! Check out these saree images if you're particularly a fan of mirror work sarees.

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Indian weddings are synonymous to colours, lights and a whole lot of sparkle. And when we talk about sparkle, we just can't get enough of that from our bridal attires! From a vibrant Nauvari saree to heavy embroidered chiffon; from a rich Kanjivaram silk with golden Zari work to an Assamese Mekhela Chador...every kind of bridal dress gives us fresh rays of brightness! Today we're here to talk about mirror work sarees that are adored by brides across the country.

This gorgeous mirror work art that originated from Gujarat and Rajasthan has now spread and blended into many traditional sarees all over India. So check out some stunning images and get inspired!

White linen saree

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A white linen saree is one of the most popular saree fabric choices in India. Ideal for summer wedding events, subtle mirror work sarees in soft linen and white colour would only enhance the elegance factor. To add a little punch, pair it up with a multicolour blouse with long sleeves with flares. This kind of mirror work would be a perfect choice for your Mehndi or Haldi ceremony

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Wear silver oxidised jewellery or contrasting red stone jewellery with this saree. Go with open straight hair or open hair with soft curls.

Off-white chiffon saree

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While looking for mirror work sarees, take a look at this suave combination of a chiffon saree with beautiful mirror work all over it. The fine fabric makes it very comfortable to wear, even for a summer wedding. Pair this stunning drape with a blouse with some mirror work on the neck area. You can easily wear this on your pre-wedding shoot, Engagement or Reception party,

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Large dangler silver earrings with red stones. Make a bun with puff hair or go for loose cascading hair.

Black net saree

Image Courtesy: Ritu Kumar

This Ritu Kumar saree is one of the most brilliant mirror work sarees you'll see today. The choice of the net as the fabric accentuates the chicness to a great level. Furthermore, the use of tiny mirrors looking like mirror dust all over the black saree gives you a dreamy look that would be perfect for a Sangeet or Cocktail party. You can experiment with different blouse neck designs like halter neck, spaghetti strap, off-shoulder or plunging neck with sleeveless to go with this saree.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Diamond ring, stud or dangler earrings and a diamond bracelet would look perfect. Leave your hair open with beach curls. Else you could go with a French bun.

Cream georgette saree

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To add some drama to your mirror work sarees, pick a brown or deep beige saree in georgette! The bold round mirror work with light floral embroidery instantly makes this saree the first choice for your Mehndi function. You could also get some rocking couple photos clicked in your pre-wedding shoot in this drape. Go with a matching brown blouse.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Messy bun or open straight hair. Oxidised golden necklace with matching Jhumka earrings and bangles. You can also check out some payal designs to sport with this saree.

Blood red silk saree

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Now here's a saree that has grandeur written all over it! the rich silk saree with extensive mirror work makes this outfit the first choice for your big day. Red silk is also a popular choice as far as mirror work sarees go. The sheer combination of a red saree, silk fabric and the elaborate mirror work would steal hearts for sure!

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Neat bun hairstyle with mid-parting and floral gajra. A rustic golden Kada, golden choker necklace and large dangling golden earrings would be just perfect.

Baby pink chiffon saree

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This one is for brides who love mirror work sarees but also want to keep it light and playful! A baby pink saree in chiffon with light mirror work would add the perfect amount of dpeth and drama to the otherwise soft soothing colour. The gorgeous mirror work along the borders and the net blouse with full sleeves makes it the ideal outfit for a Cocktail night or a Sangeet.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Ponytail with puff hair or open hair with soft curls. Pink stone teardrop earrings and a small maang tikka.

Midnight blue raw silk saree

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Rock your reception night in this Satya Paul saree in raw silk. The dazzling midnight blue colour and the rich fabric with subtle mirror work doesn't need anything else to make a statement. Go with a sleeveless or a  3/4 sleeve blouse to go with your drape.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Messy bun hairstyle or a neat bun with mid-parting. Stone earrings in blue and golden and a golden Kada.

Teal & silver silk saree

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Powerful colours and exquisite work- this is one of the mirror work sarees that says a lot without using too many words! The bright teal and silver combination itself gets half the work done and the bold mirror work all at the right places further enhances the personality of the saree.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Neat bun or soft step curls with mid-parting. Large Chandbali earrings, golden Kada with stones, heavy Kundan necklace and a Maang tikka.

Silver grey saree with a tulle blouse

Tarun Tahiliani, Vasant Kunj

Go overboard with mirror work if that's what defines your style! Drape a silver-grey saree with extensive mirror work all over the body. The highlight of these kinds of mirror work sarees is the elaborate work, so no other colour combination is required. Pair it up with a full sleeve tulle blouse.

Jewellery & Hair Tip: Make a neat loose bun. Broad Kundan choker or collar necklace and Kundan earrings.

Add an extra dose of sparkle to the whole occasion and light up the whole wedding venue with the gleam of your mirror work sarees. Consult with your designer on the colour options and what fabric would work best for you. Also, keep in mind the time and season to avoid any sort of discomfort. Mirror work on sarees or lehengas always represents merriness and cheer. So glam up your event with some glitz and glow!

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