We love wearing sarees but besides a beautiful saree the focus lies on the blouse as well. Either you wear a really simple blouse or you get different necklines and styles made. This time, we have come up with an idea of wearing our everyday tops with sarees. Although many do it but it is not that popular yet. Here are some options which we hope will help you jazz up your ethnic looks.
Like women of Haryana do, this style looks kick ass! Just pick a collar shirt which is fitted and wear it with your saree. It will stand out, make you look classy and will also make a statement at a social gathering with your colleagues. Many Bollywood celebs also have been experimenting with this look off late. Buy Keiraa Women Blouse Long Sleeve Office Lady Shirt Women Tops for Rs 549 to 599, here.
Sport a corset top with your saree and all the fashion oozes out even if you wear the simplest of sarees. In the image above, we have Shilpa Shetty sporting them with her sarees and she looks hot! If you think her figure is such that she looks amazing in whatever she wears... well that is true but corsets look hot on anyone!
Have you seen bodysuits in shops lately? You can wear those as well with your saree! They look nice on anyone no matter how much of that love handle is there. They are available in many styles, colours, cuts, backless, prim and proper... the list goes on. Buy Miss Chase Women's Navy Blue Plain Bodysuit for Rs 489, here.
Pair your simple t-shirts with a saree and voila! Wear statement necklaces along with it, accessorise it in whichever way, they will look uber cool. Buy Jockey Women's Plain T-Shirt here for Rs 337.00 to 499.00 depending on your size.
Bandeaus, crop tops and brassieres look amazing with sarees as well. It completely depends on your attitude. If you are too conscience then it will show it on your face. So walk with elan because you look hot lady!
Jaipuri Flared Kurta
This one is really cool. Take out all those Jaipuri short Angrakha kurtas and pair them with your saree. This is your statement piece, you need no jewellery if the entire look is printed but if you are going plin with either the saree or the blouse then a big neckpiece, with a long drop down would look amazing.
I am not saying that wear with just a camisole as the material is more like that of in an innerwear but strappy tops would look really great with a saree... It is like an Angrakha but with a less 'ghera' and with a strap.
You have to step out of the box and you will realise there are many ways in which you can team your saree. We will be sharing many ideas with you and we hope you will give us your feedbacks.