Wondering How to Quirk up Your Silk Saree? Here Are 5 Ways to Style Your Silk sarees!

Sarees are the ultimate piece of clothing that oozes elegance and class at the same time. Be it any occasion, weddings, parties or even a formal event, sarees are the best fashion pick. While sarees are available in a slew of fabrics, silk sarees are the ideal pick because of the comfort they offer.

Not just that, silk sarees look really pretty when worn on any occasion. Also, any other material won’t guarantee you a crease-free life such as silk, which is why you should pick these sarees over any other fabric if you want a bump-free ride throughout the event.

The kind of colours and prints available in silk sarees are so versatile that we bet you can’t just have enough of them. On days when you wish to glam up your look and yet stick to the traditional side, silk sarees should be your pick. Now that we’ve given you enough reasons why you should be purchasing silk sarees, let us show you the different ways to style them other than the old school way.

Versatile Silk Sarees
Versatile Silk Sarees

How to Quirk up Silk Sarees

1. Add a belt to your look

Now that you’ve worn your saree in a regular way, it’s time to tweak your look to a more modernised one with just one accessory- a belt. A golden statement belt worn around your waist will bring the right amount of style to your traditional look. You can also use a Kamar bandh to create a similar look.

2. Opt for the pant style drape

While draping the saree in its usual way is old school, the pant style drape offers much more comfort and is chic and functional too. To get this look, you’ll have to wear matching pants under your saree and drape the saree over one leg while leaving the other side of the pants visible. This is a celeb-approved look which you can flaunt at any wedding reception or a cocktail party.

Silk Sarees are elegant wear
Silk Sarees are elegant wear

3. Wear it as your lehenga

Why invest in an expensive lehenga when your saree can work wonders for you? This look is perfect for weddings when you want to make a style statement and look apart from the crowd. You just need to keep pleating the complete saree and leave some of it for the pallu to ace your look.

4. Add oomph with a jacket blouse

Since everyone will be wearing their sarees with blouses, you can set yourself apart from the people by opting for a jacket blouse. A silk blouse designed like a jacket in a contrasting colour to your saree will bring oomph to your look.

5. Style it with your kurta

If you want to hide your curves in a flattering way, ditch your blouse for a kurta to pair your saree with. To ace, this looks you can mix and match your plain silk saree with a heavily embroidered matching kurta or vica versa. It’s crucial that you choose short kurtas as they will give you a classy look.

Accessorize your Saree look

Last but not the least, you can accessorise your look with heavy chandbali earrings or statement headpieces. Heels or traditional flats and an elegant hairdo such as a bun or waves will work wonders for your look. Remember, Silk sarees are apt for every occasion. Wear them and make your style statement:)

14 Comments Add yours

  1. alpanadeo says:

    I often wear my silk sarees as lehenge. And it is hard to make out that its a spree worn in lehenga style. Never tried any other way that your have mentioned in your post.

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  2. shreemayeesdiary.com says:

    These are some fantastic ways to style sarees. I’ve once tried lehenga style and also with kurta. Will try others in the wedding reception next month. Thanks for the post.

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  3. Sandy N Vyjay says:

    Silk sarees are so ethnic and great for celebrations and other festivals. These suggestions really take the elegance and style of silk sarees a notch or two.

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  4. Sindhu Vinod Narayan says:

    These are absolutely stylish ways to flaunt sarees.
    I’m definitely gonna try a few from your suggestions.
    Especially the belt and pant drape

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  5. Gurjeet chhabra says:

    saree look beautiful and elegant on every woman. I really love your innovative styling tips, adding belt or jacket on saree.

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  6. forbabynmommy says:

    Thank you for sharing so many options of wearing silk sari I would surely try some of them during my next festival

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  7. forbabynmommy says:

    Thank you for sharing so many ways to style with Silk saree I’m surely going to try some of them during the next festival season

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  8. Varsh says:

    I wore a belt on my silk saree recently and it does look great. Jacket blouse sounds like a good idea. As a lehenga it’s look is elevated to another level.

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  9. Gunjan Upadhyay says:

    That’s wonderful to see so many comfortable yet stylish options of wearing a saree. i often wear a coat style/jacket during winters to keep warm yet stylish. Would try pant style and lenghaga too soon for some formal event.thank you for this!

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  10. Neha says:

    I loved your ideas. I am going to try the pant style . The south Indians usually have a gold belt when they drape silks at weddings, would love to try that too..

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  11. Imagemakeover says:

    These are some wonderful ways to add that X Factor needed to look different and stylish in draping Saree. Would love to try them all.

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  12. rakshanagaraj says:

    Wow so many ways and beautiful ways to wear a saree. Each one of them is lovely and classy. Thanks, will try out these next time.

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  13. freemindtree says:

    Silk sarees certainly are my all time favourite. Plus I have plenty of them. Thanks to you now I got many ideas to make it more chic. Belt addition is one thing I am surely trying

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  14. Ruchie says:

    Saree draping is an art, and I just loved the simple ideas you have shared to style sarees for any occasion.

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