Saree, the beauty symbol of quintessential Indian women, rules the fashion world! Styles of draping Saree may vary from region to region but the feeling of utter grace adorning it, remains the same. So, why not add a touch of glamour to your regular 9 yards? Wondering how? Well, Shilpa Shetty will help you out! Still wondering? Listed below are few styles from Shilpa Shetty’s closet on how to drape your regular saree, adding that extra zing to it. Check out and don’t forget to try!
The Sheer Way
Styled by Manish Manlhotra, Shilpa looks truly elegant. Our Takeaway: Keep your Saree affair minimal and go gorgeous with a sheer embroidered blouse. What say!
The Gown Saree
The gown Saree has been designed by Tarun Tahiliani in bright red. Our Takeaway: Make the best of both worlds by opting for a classic red pleated gown combined with a sheer stole.
Going the Monochrome way
A belt Saree designed by Shantanu Nikhil, Shilpa rocks the monochrome style! Our Takeaway: This simple yet elegant monochrome can be adorned by opting fora balck and white combo Saree, set by a high waist belt. Silver jewelry will add that extra zing to your final look.
That Traditional look
Going the traditional way, Shilpa opted for designer Masaba Gupta. Our Takeaway: Dig deep in to your mother's wardrobe, get a traditional classic Saree and don it with temple earrings and not to forget, that 'Gajra' to complete your look!
Sheer Passion Part -II
Again, a Manish Malhotra designer wear which adds extra oomph in Shilpa's look! Our Takeaway: Sheer never goes out of fashion but you need to style it with perfect accessories to get a complete look!
Peach Mode on!
This subtle yet stylish look has been designed by Shivanand Narresh. Those sparkling ear cuffs beautifies the whole look. Our Takeaway: Go for pastel shades and during the day, peach works the best. Don't forget to style it high with ear cuffs to give your look a contemporary touch.
Ribbon tied Saree
Similar to belt is a ribbon style. Anita Dongre styled this Saree in the most unusual way making the blouse similar to a choli. Our Takeaway: This style works best for a reception party. Easy to adorn, get a choli style blouse and tie the saree with a nice ribbon, zari or lace with chandelier earrings to rock the look!
This Anamika Khanna design, truly steals our heart and Shilpa is looking absolutely gorgeous. Our Takeaway: Get that high drama blouse to make the look gorgeous. Flowery designs are the evergreen ones that never go out of closets.
Neckpiece done right
Shilpa Shetty defines ethinicity to its best. Our Takeaway: Cast a spell by working around with your blouse design. The Saree can be kept plain but the work around the neck reaching the nape, is the key to this look. Danglers or simple gem studds can be used as accessories.
Up for a party?
You don't need to get a dress to go to a cocktail party, your 9 yards can do the magic too. Our Takeaway: Just like Shilpa, pick a plain Saree and drape it the way she did. You can add junk jewelry for the Boho look.
Ganpati Bappa Morya!
This festive look needs no introduction. the charm of the festivities can be reflected on your face, whatever you wear! Our Taleaway: Festivities have their share of joy and excitement. Don't think just take a plunge to enjoy. Traditional Sarees work best during this time.
Yes, Plain Jane works when you have the persona to carry it like our style diva Shilpa does. Our Takeaway: A plain chiffon/georgette/silk any single tone Saree can be combined with a heavily embroidered or gem studded blouse. Go lighter on accessories, a gem stud or a pendant would do justice with this look.
Bright hues for the day
This one comes from Shipa Shetty own Saree venture by the name SSK collection. Our Takeaway: Opt from something in bright hues for the day. Tradition motifs designs on Saree, never go out of fashion.