The Best Designer Sarees With Price Below 1000
The saree is an exceptional piece of clothing, in that it suits women of all shapes, ages, and sizes. It is increasingly catching the interest of even non-Indian celebrities across the globe. This is evident from the demand for designer saree by Bollywood and Hollywood actresses for red carpet occasions. Closer to home, there is a high demand for designer sarees with price below 1000. These would be light on the pocket, but fashionable as well. If you’re going for a traditional look without the inconvenience of draping a traditional saree, the designer saree is your answer. You can drape your designer saree numerous ways, but here are a few styling tips that retain the unstitched essence of the garment.
Designer Sarees With Traditional Draping
Nivi draping is a traditional way of draping a saree. Our mothers have worn this style for ages, and we haven’t got bored of it. It is the most simple and identified way for wearing a saree. It involves the saree wrapped around the waist and draped over the shoulder. Tuck one end of the saree on to your waistband. Collect all the pleats and tuck them inside your waistband. Wrap the saree one more time around your waist and drape it across your shoulder. SNH Export’s Embroidered Bollywood Velvet Saree would look great with nivi draping, as it will highlight the velvet on the pallu.
Gujarati Style Draping
It is an efficient way to highlight the gorgeous work on the pallu. Try the Gugaliya Self Design Fashion Art Silk Saree for this draping style. Across the blouse, put the pallu on your right shoulder. Tuck it on to the left side of your blouse and secure it with a safety pink. You can strut the saree across your blouse and look like a diva.
You can wear AJS Embellished Bollywood Art Silk Saree as the quintessential Maharashtrian style designer saree.Hold the saree behind you and put one end of the saree on the right side of your waist. Leave some fabric aside and tie a double knot. Cross the extra fabric between your legs and make small pleats. Tuck the pleats on the back. Repeat the same process on the front. Wrap the saree around your waist and pleat the pallu. You can pin it over your left or right shoulder, whichever side suits you.
Designer Sarees With Contemporary Style
Modern Draping Styles
There are tons of regional and traditional ways to drape a saree. Contemporary options add modern convenience to traditional style. These can be a good choice if you want to emphasize some other part of your outfit. For example, you might want to highlight a blouse design that you love. When you wear the Pari Designer Striped Fashion Cotton Silk Saree, for instance, you can try contemporary styles like the butterfly style, which reveals your midriff. There’s also mermaid draping, which constructs a skirt with the bottom portion of the saree. It is very popular among stylish contemporary women.
If you want to dive headlong into modern styles, there are tremendous ways to style your saree. You can try wearing a jacket over your saree for a chic look. The jacket can have long sleeves, or something like a short waistcoat. A jacket will allow the saree to radiate without making it look tacky. Sarees have gone far on the catwalk. Models now wear sarees with suspenders. You can add an embellished belt to your saree to add a stylish modern touch. You can pair a mirror work jacket with the ever gorgeous Mirchi Fashion Embroidered Fashion Georgette Saree (Green), and the combination would look absolutely stunning. Apart from this saree, Mirchi Fashion has a lot of different sarees available online with price below 1000. Designers have converted the classic drape into a modern piece of attire that is a must-have for all occasions. The best part about a fashion designer saree? There are unlimited options available for sarees below 1000, sarees below 500 and sarees below 300.