How to Give the Traditional Saree Look a Modern Twist


Saree is considered to be the most versatile outfits. It looks delicate and classy. The nine yards potentially makes you look on top of the world. And if you didn’t know the Saree look can be a tweaked a little to create new looks.

Here are stunning ways to style the traditional Saree to give it a modern look.

Cape style

This trending style looks extremely chic and will keep you warm when there are occasions on a chilly night. You can look extremely hot with a plain spaghetti blouse and heavy Saree in a cape style.

Crop top style

The crop is trending highly and a pretty crop shirt style of the blouse with a simply printed Saree will give you the most dapper look. You will totally stand out with this style of Saree look.

The Palazzo style

Palazzos are becoming the next snazzy pieces to wear and the Palazzo sarees are absolutely lovely. It is such a unique piece and fun to wear. Try it out to feel the ultra modern.

Appliqué Style

To look exceptional you don’t always need a heavy saree. An off shoulder Appliqué blouse will work the perfect way and looks sassy as well.

Embroidery style

A very simple plain saree teamed with a heavy embroidered contrast jacket can give you the most debonair look.

Cold shoulder style

A very heavy yet dainty piece of saree paired with a pretty plain cold shoulder blouse is such an eccentric piece. It can be your savior for a big fat cocktail function.

Long cape style


Talk about the most quirky yet gracious looking outfit! Wear a delicate net saree with embellishments and equally heavy cape to give you instant fashionable look.

High low style

Did you imagine that every thing that’s currently trending in the fashion world can be adopted into a saree as well? With extremely different color combinations a high low blouse and cut border saree will be the most flattering look you can go for.

Tassels style

Tasseled blouse with simple contrast color saree is such a brilliant piece to drape. This is all you need to spunk up the traditional saree.

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