Organza saris are going to reign in season as they have an elegant and polished look. These go well with any occasion from formal to casual, work well with prints, appliqus and embellishments. Go for an organza saree with floral embroidery. With sequin and silk work, it can add a chic look to the donor. The two or three color organza sari is soothing to the eye as the colors can vary from vibrant to pastel and can be styled as an idea sari if properly paired with accessories, belts and minimal jewelry. Pairing silk blouses with brocade can make it vintage and contemporary with sharp blouses.
Bandhani and leheria, colorful and light weight flow sari, will be trending this season as always as it comes with comfortable and vibrant summer colors to carry. These never go out of trend and do not mark the royalty of the culture of Rajasthan. In addition to the hand embroidered borders and traditional red, one can choose aqua, cerulian, green and blues and lime to give that traditional piece a pop up look while maintaining the tradition. Choose pastel binding with statement jewelry for a muted look.
Kota will take a new seat this season with vibrant colored flowers, with tissues and lace in pastels for crisp and formal occasions. Lightweight, airy and timeless hand woven and now experimenting with printing, Kota Doria sari is a good choice this season. Lots of new motifs make them more attractive. Even the application of Paithani Par or Patola makes it even more festive.
Rangkat Benarsi Sari is one for summer if one wants to play royal look. A happy transition that has taken place with summer in mind is that it has now arrived at Organza Benaresi – perfect for that summer wedding. The color blocking in pastel shades makes it colorful but it is excellent because it involves lace which maintains the bluing factor of the occasion. The new pattern in color and the combination of colors is making sari lovers more satisfied.
After all, modal, light silk and satin, crepe and georgette pencil saris can always be worn in a variety of styles with its elaborate hand-painted motifs and a cultural presentation that looks from traditional to chic to modern. It can be worn as a full pencil or a pencil fringe sari. Now with the intervention of design, it is possible to design pens with different crafts of the country. For example, a pen body with a kanjivaram or a paithani fringe. Even a two-pattern pencil sari where the distinctive yet related design of the pallu (pallu) and skirt is really enticing.