Sarees to Sizzle this Summer Weddings

One can never go wrong with a saree when it comes to Indian weddings. Let’s get you the most stunning and gorgeous looking drapes to make you sizzle in the hot season…

Summer is here, and so is the season for Indian weddings. But planning outfit for summer can be infamously tricky. What’s better to wear during the hot summer time than a saree! This traditional wear not only reflects the epitome of Indian tradition and heritage with grace and elegance but also allows a lot of ventilation.

Despite scorching heat, we understand that you want to look at your splendid best at the next wedding. Although there is an unlimited option in sarees, light weight and fuss free drapes like chiffon, net, handloom silk and organza perfectly complements the summer season. We have handpicked some fabulous collection of sarees to help you sizzle during the summer weddings without compromising on your look and comfort:

Organza Saree

Is there anything more sophisticated and festive than an organza saree? An eye-catching organza saree is the most preferred and trending drape to wear during summer, which is sure to elevate your appeal during the wedding season. This elegant drape is a breathable and lightweight a type of silk fabric that falls seamlessly on the body. This show-stopping drape will always manage to keep your style modest, pleasant and appealing. No doubt why organza sarees are widely popular among young women across India and are perfect for all types of wedding ceremonies.

Net Saree

Another option in the line is net sarees. Its sensuous, light weight and will keep the heat at bay. Net sarees look incredibly amazing on any wedding occasion, be it a pre-wedding party, sangeet or reception. Net sarees come in different varieties that will never fail to make you look impressive during weddings. Get ready to enhance your look any time with designer net saree.

Handloom Saree

Handoom sarees have a subtle charm about them and have always held a special place in the hearts of Indian women, irrespective of their age and style. If you are looking for something that is elegant but not as pricey as silk, handloom sarees are perfect for you. These days, you will be able to find exquisite handloom print saree options in light fabrics like georgette, chiffon and silk. You may also opt for handloom silk saree and pair them up with silver jewellery to create a chic look which is trending nowadays.

Patola Saree

Patola is a century-old double-ended Ikat weave. Known by many names like patakulla, patolu and patola, this saree originated in the city of Patan (Gujarat). Its a highly prized and valued heirloom in Gujarati culture. The rich embroidery on the patola saree makes the saree stand out. It’s the intricate pattern and motifs on the saree which have been done with sheer precision which makes them one of the most valued types of sarees. Patola sarees stand out because of their vibrant colours.  It’s time to look stunning in the timeless beauty of patola sarees.

Chiffon Saree

When the weather out there is humid and you really need a fabric that is easy to carry then chiffon sarees is the answer. An epitome of elegance and style, chiffon saree has a fluid fall, which makes pleating of the saree easy and also allows you to experiment with different draping styles. Opt for a chiffon saree with elegant embellishment at the border and pallu for that classic look. Pair it with diamond jewellery for a statement of class. Chiffon sarees have been ruling fashion world for years. These sarees are breathable, easy to carry and possess great strength. Even a plain chiffon sarees have matchless charm. Faint-shimmer and rich texture of the saree makes it perfect for all occasions. Be it traditional heavy designed or light work party wear, you can pick different types of chiffon sarees to pair up during summer wedding.

Georgette Saree

Sheer, light-weight, fine texture and extremely comfortable to wear, these are a few keywords that define georgette sarees. Pure georgette sarees are produced from silk and are made with highly-crumpled yarns. It has an edge over others and offers unmatched grace and opulence. Georgette sarees are breathable, lighter than silk, easy to carry and will give you respite from the heat during the wedding season. The georgette sarees along with zari work makes them look alluring, offering brides and bridesmaid with the perfect combination of elegance and royalty — a perfect wear for summer wedding.

Tissue Saree

Tissue sarees are unbeatable in both style and elegance. When it comes to summer time saree options, tissue this is one of the most well-known and sought-after drape. These sarees have a golden gloss tone to it, thereby offering a shiny and lustrous look, which makes it perfect for brides and bridesmaid. The free flow and lightweight nature of these sarees makes it one of the best sarees for summer wedding. Since this saree looks expensive and classy, it is apt for traditional wedding function as well as a great fit for cocktail parties. Tissue sarees are among the most fragile and feminine saree styles available.

So, what is it that is stopping you from choosing the best saree to flaunt this summer wedding season.


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