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Stunning Summer Saree Trends

Saree surely remains one of the most popular clothing choices among women. But when it comes to summer season, many women prefer to stay away from sarees due to summer heat. If you want to stay comfortable in a saree during the summer season, you must go for summer friendly fabrics that are soft and lightweight. Breathable saree fabrics like cotton, linen, sheer, khadi, silk and chambray are the best fabric choices in summers. While synthetic, nylon, and polyester sarees should be avoided. Let’s look at some of the astounding saree trends this summer 2019.

Delicate Light Yellow Foil Printed Georgette Saree Exclusive Cotton Chanderi Lightweight Floral Printed Saree Off-White Self Textured Silk Saree with Embroidered Border


Designer Anita Dongre's floral printed sarees and Shivan and Naresh's fringed numbers were a hit at the Lakmé fashion show. Undeniably, sarees not only make for a prototypical piece of clothing in every woman's wardrobe, but it is considered as must have heirloom that is being passed down from mother to daughter.

The designers tried their hand in playfully tweaking with the blouse to a give unique and innovative look to the wearer. Designers mostly played with the embroidery work on blouse along with sleeve and the length of it.

Renowned designer Anushree Reddy not just experimented with the blouse, her designed Sarees carried all the extravagant details like tassels and ruffles. The popular summer colours spotted were soft pastels of green, ivory, pink while she intelligently played with the floral prints.

Designer Anita Dongre could be seen presenting eco-friendly collection that comprised lightweight saris in most prominent vibrant prints. While celebrity fashion and veteran designer, Rohit Bal opted for the darker side of the colour palette with floral printed saris in black. These sarees were seen layered with a rose-embroidered cape.

Another most praised collection was of Anushree Reddy's dark blue number featured coral pink and green flowers with intricate embroidered borders. Floral printed sarees for spring may not be anything new or ground breaking; but the way flowers were used on sarees by designers brought a fresh and new spin to the popular motif.

Handloom sarees were seen in equal limelight on the runway as designers showcased traditional weaves that are certainly going to serve as a standard piece in every millennia's ethnic wardrobe. Mellow yellow colour was spotted in Anushree Reddy's collection. Details like pearls and tassels were catchy decoration trends in her collection.


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  • Designers used everything ranging from printed belts to studded belts to upgrade their look.
  • Saree blouses saw plethora of options for instance structured shirts and statement sleeve blouses inspired by crop tops that saw military influences.
  • Sarees with strappy embellishments also made huge impact on audiences. Embellishment-free sarees in natural bright colours as well as dyes caught our eyes for lazy summer brunches.
  • Ruffle tiered saris were also a big hit that threw a feminine touch with their magical hues of candy floss pink showcased by Shehlaa Khan.
  • Designer Nikhil and Shantanu showed a modern range for girls who often struggle with draping sarees by introducing a trouser-style sari.


Summer 2019 Colour Trends


Banarasi Cotton Silk Yellow Saree with Multicolor Resham Floral Zaal & Zari Border Thread Embroidered Pista Green Georgette Saree with Stone Embellishment Thread Embroidered Ice Blue Georgette Saree with Stone Embellishment


The most perfect of the summer 2019 runway colours is yellow, of course, that came out in the form of Pastel Yellow, Aspen Gold, Turmeric, and Lemon Verbena. Yellow is a unisex colour that was seen warming up the summer runways.

The other colour families that were found winning hearts included different shades of pink particularly loud magenta colour of Pink Peacock. Also, some gorgeous blue colours were seen in the form airy Clearwater Blue, dark eclipse and royal Princess Blue.


The Bottom Line

Sarees have been a staple dress in every Indian woman's wardrobe. Whether you opt to dress it up or tone it down, you can never go wrong with a saree. 2019 summers are surely going to be exciting year for sarees with new designs, prints, patterns, colours, cuts and silhouettes. So, get experimenting with your saree choices!

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