All women these days have a collection of designer sarees as a party wear in their wardrobe. Read about the trend of designer sari party wear.

Party Wear Sarees

These days, women don’t have to try too hard to look good and trendy when it comes to a party. Even in traditional attire, women can check out the latest trend and flaunt it confidently. Rest assured, a designer sari for a party wear looks absolutely cool and will make you stand apart in the crowd. Designer sarees for party wear are available in a range of fabrics like georgettes, chiffons, crepes, silks, satins, synthetics, crushed silk, etc. You can choose from a plethora of colors and color combinations that suit your personality or are your favorite. Read on to know more about the trend of designer party wear saris and start your collection to stock up your wardrobe! 
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  • The most popular fabrics for designer wear sarees are georgettes and chiffons. They are lightweight, flowing and drape beautifully around the body. These saris are designed exquisitely with sequins, mirrors, stones, etc. in different styles and patterns. In some, you may find very heavy work on the ‘pallu’ and in some; the borders have a heavy work of stone and sequins.
  • These days, you have saris that come with a totally chic look. More than traditional attire, they look apt for wearing at parties. The latest craze is about a sari that has a ‘butterfly’ pallu. This pallu tapers or narrows at the part that is to be collected or pleated at the shoulders. From there, it again opens up like a fan and beautifully drapes around or can be just left like that.
  • Another popular style is to have Technicolor or abstract prints. The prints are usually in a contrast color. For instance, if the saree is black in color, the prints can be white, red or turquoise blue. The aim here is to create a stunning look with just prints and colors. A popular craze among young girls is to go for animal prints like zebra or tiger prints.
  • Forget the little-black-dress for cocktail parties! Pick up an elegant black saree with a hint of mirror work or sequins or crystals at the borders and the pallu. Go in for flowing silks, crepe, satins, etc. for an ultra-glam look. Nothing is hotter than an Indian woman in a stunning sari at a party!
  • It depends on the kind of party you are going to attend. If it is a traditional party like a wedding or a festival, consider dressing up in a traditional silk saree, along with some gold jewelry. You can get a great collection of silk sarees for traditional occasions in many different colors and borders.

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