If you are looking for an attire that will fill you with royalty and elegance from top to toe, nothing can match the extravagance of a banarasi saree. Just a second. Are you bothered about the aunty-like look in a banarasi saree? Well, gone are those days when a banarasi saree would make you feel like an oldie.
Today, you can rock the party in a banarasi saree only if you know how to style it properly. Need some help about styling wedding silk sarees? No worries. If you are eyeing some of the best banarasi sarees, here are some styling tips that suggest how you can pair a banarasi to look like a diva at the party.
- Shirt with banarasi skirt/lehngha
If you want to maintain a balance between fashion and tradition, pair a shirt with a banarasi skirt/lehngha. To enhance your look, you can roll up the sleeves of the shirt and complete your look with the perfect piece of statement jewelry and other accessories.
- Floor-length Anarkali with contrasting dupatta
This is surely a classic! If you find an old banarasi saree of your mother lying desolated at any corner of your wardrobe, do not throw it. Instead, grab it and reuse it as an Anarkali. If you want, you can keep the length of the Anarkali till your calf or extend it to the floor. For the dupatta, you can cut out the pallu of the banarasi or get a contrasting one from any fabric store.
- Long sleeveless top with a skirt
Being a purely Indian wedding saree, banarasi sarees are no more restricted only for the brides. Designers today are creating some amazing banarasi outfits that are sure to make one look young, trendy and fashionable. In fact, the way you can mix and match colors while wearing a banarasi skirt with a sleeveless top is enough to make you stand out from the crowd.
- Off-shoulder top with banarasi skirt
Needless to say, off-shoulder tops are trending in the fashion industry these days. How about pairing an off-shoulder top with a banarasi skirt? Wouldn’t it highlight an ethnic style? Well, it’s sure to! Whether it is monotoned or contrasted, when an ethnic touch is brought to fusion wear, it is sure to grab the eyes of many.
- Collared shirt saree
If you are a fashionista and aspire to wear something unconventional, then banarasi with a collared shirt-type blouse is apt for you. Not only does it look stylish, but also maintains the heritage of the fabric.
- Lehenga with a contrasting blouse or dupatta
Although a very common method of wearing a banarasi, this is still in trend. When you pair your banarasi lehenga with a contrasting blouse or dupatta, the colour of the banarasi automatically pops out.
What’s going to be your next party outfit? Haven’t decided yet? Pick any from the above-mentioned styles of banarasi outfit. After all, tradition combined with contemporary can never go out of fashion.