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5 Ways to Flaunt Your Red Sarees and Stand Out on Any Occasion

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A red saree, wow! Something that we all drool over and want to own because of its beauty and charm. Of course, the recent red song sequence from Rocky and Rani Ki Prem Kahani also gave us primary fashion goals and cues on this. But simply owning a red saree isn’t enough. We think styling it accurately is what you need to make yourself stand out on any occasion. For example, we watched Sushmita Sen and Amrita Rao wear red sarees in the Main Hoon Na movie’s Gori Gori song. Still, both flaunted them differently, looking sexy and cute simultaneously. This proves that the talent is to confidently carry yourself and style it. So, here are the much-needed tips to make people drool over your red saree and look wherever you go!

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Red Saree With A Statement Jewelry 

A piece of jewellery can either enhance your look or dull your presence. To flaunt a red saree uniquely, carefully pick a statement necklace or a lovely jhumka (oxidized is most preferred). However, even silver, kundan, or gold jewellery would look magnificent on your red saree, giving it a royal touch. Wear a tiny nose ring or matching bangles and bracelets for added effects. This red saree look is perfect for parties, weddings, and festivals. 

Red Saree And A Heavy Worked Blouse 

Another magnificent way to style a red saree for different occasions is wearing it with a beautiful reworked blouse. The work on your blouse should contrast with the regular, like silver, gold, black, or dark blue, for that matter. The result would be a very attractive-looking saree that suits parties, formal events, and festivals well. You can go for the same work on your studies Pallu as well.

Red Saree With An Iconic Belt 

Styling your red sarees with a statement belt
Styling your red sarees with a statement belt

A fascinating-looking belt can be a perfect add-on to uplift any attire. Even with a red saree, opt for an iconic belt if you are looking for something stunning to make you look elegant and stylish. This can be a heavily studded diamond belt or a plain black or leather belt. It looks perfect over a saree as long as it fits around your waist and emphasizes your curves. You can wear this red sari with a belt to your regular work, meetings, parties, and even festivals.

Red Saree With A Golden Pant 

You can ditch your regular dress or skirt below your sari for a more celebrated look and replace it with golden pants or leggings. As far as we think, this will make your saree look extremely Royal and sophisticated. Remember the stylish persona that you will display in this attire. Go for loose hair and a Lightweight sling bag over this saree for that beautiful appearance at a party or an event.

Red Saree In Different Drape Styles 

Style you red sarees by draping it in different ways
Style you red sarees by draping it in different ways

If you want to stand out in a red saree on the next occasion, try draping it differently. You can opt for the butterfly drapes that make you look more iconic. Even draping it in the Gujarati style and keeping the Pallu in the front is a significantly trending way to style it. You can even wear your Pallu in a dupatta style and Wear it uniquely for your parties and festivals. Otherwise, a thin string of Pallu over your shoulders looks sexy and adorable on a red saree. 

These ways to style your red sarees make you look more stunning and classic. Try them and thank us later! 

(2) Comments

  1. Judy, I wanted to express my heartfelt gratitude for your recent blog post on “5 Ways to Flaunt Your Red Sarees and Stand Out on Any Occasion.” It was not only a captivating read but also immensely informative. Your insights and styling tips were truly inspiring and will undoubtedly help my wife and many others make a lasting impression in red sarees. Thank you for sharing your expertise. Keep up the fantastic work!

  2. Absolutely, Judy! Red sarees are simply stunning, and I love the idea of trying different draping styles. The butterfly drape sounds so unique and stylish. I’m also intrigued by the idea of adding a belt to the saree for an iconic look. Can’t wait to experiment with this style and make a statement on the next occasion! Thanks for the fantastic tips.

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