Deemed a staple when it comes to ethnic wear, the saree is the one outfit that features in every woman’s closet. From Mansi’s handwoven take to the traditional silk version worn byJayasudha, women have served us lots of inspiration when it comes to styling this drape.
Jayasudha’s closet is steal-worthy! Pairing a multi-coloured saree with a stop-and-stare diamond necklace, Jayasudha’s ensemble is best suited for attending a wedding. This particular look of the actress-turned-politician is perfect for those who love the traditional silk sarees.
Naga Susheela never fails to make us envious. Her mauve saree was doused in tassels work and handwoven with gold. A simple neckpiece was the ideal finishing touch to her ethnic ensemble.
Ananda’s multi-coloured saree displays how the colour never looks out of place at Indian festivals. Given her blouse’s neckline, Ananda skipped on heavy jewellery and punctuated her orange and pink tone saree with gold jewellery and minimal makeup.
Mansi Mallik knows how to wear a saree with absolute elegance. Worn at a recent event, Mansi’s mauve saree came with a matching blouse and gold border woven with Zari. She styled the six-yard with a matching sling bag, deep taupe tone neckpiece, and minimal makeup.
The timeless combination of red and gold continues to remain resplendent as ever and as shown by This Stunner, can be worn elegantly this festive season. Teaming it with a necklace, rosy cheeks and earrings, she looks no less than a queen!