Red Saree With Golden Blouse
Red is a colour that is liked by most women. Whether a traditional party attire to festive wear. Red saree when worn with golden blouse adds grace and glamour. It is such a magical colour that it looks good on women of all age. It not reflects the fierce and strong personality but also symbolizes Indian tradition in auspicious occasions. Apart from being the color of Indian bridal trousseau, it can be worn for party and casual occasions as well.
Red sarees are made in many fabrics and styles, depending upon the geographical area from where they are coming from. LimeRoad has a variety of red saree with golden blouse, some of the famous ones are:
Banarasi: these are made in a famous city called Banaras and amongst the fines sarees of India. These are known for their zari work and intricate embroidery over silk fabric. These are traditional Indian bridal trousseau, and worn on many other occasion. Many celebrities has been spotted in a red Banarasi saree look at various events.
Bandhani: these are made in Rajasthan. A technique of tie-dye designs and patterns made as small dots all over the saree is the distinctive feature of bandhani, majorly done on cotton, silk, and their blends.
Bhagalpuri: They come from the silk city of India, Bhagalpur. These sarees are found in a variety of beautiful colours and designs.
Baluchari: These are the famous silk sarees of West Bengal. It is a handmade saree with richly dyed silk, intricate ethnic designs are woven all over its pallu depicting Indian mythology.
Kanjeevaram: It is a type of silk saree made in the Kanchipuram region of Tamil Nadu. These are usually worn as bridal or for special occasions. Designs depict Pallava temples, palaces and paintings, which makes it distinctive from other silk sarees.
Maheshwari: These are famous for its narrow border, embellished with many varied designs on them. They are woven with silk and cotton together, common designs are checks, striped or small floral motifs all over the body with different border.
Patola: These are famous sarees of Gujarat, if you are looking for color little hint of other colors on your red saree, this is the best option. Usually these are made with silk and velvet which makes them a popular and costly affair. They are handwoven double ikat sarees, common designs are floral, geometric, striped, checked, which are complex to made, hence looks royal.
Chanderi: These are famous saree from Madhya Pradesh. Red chanderi saree is woven with silk and cotton yarns, with butta motifs all over the saree woven with fine zari.
Material And Pattern
Apart from the tradition red saree they are available in all variety of fabrics possible to wear.. LimeRoad has an exquisite collection in various fabrics like raw silk, Tussar silk, Mysore silk, matka silk, kora silk, linen, chiffon, crepe, georgette, net and their blends. When worn with golden blouse gives an eye catching style to any women.
A red colour saree always looks gorgeous with designs like embroidery or embellishments over the body or its border. A plain saree with sequin border is a timeless outfit for any occasion. A red saree complements any shade of embroidery and embellishments, which widens the design collection that can be found, such as printed, floral, geometric, stripes, abstract, checks, paisley, shibori, ethnic motifs. Madhubani, graphic, digital print, jacquard.
Style Red Saree With Golden Blouse
This saree can be worn by any women, of any age, therefore your wardrobe is incomplete with a red saree in your saree collection. Go with a red saree with golden blouse when in doubt, it will never make you look dull in any occasion.
Wear this beauty with traditional or modern golden or kundan jewelry like necklace, chain, jhumka, bangle, or diamond embedded on gold, but never wear all silver when teaming up with golden blouse. Keep the design of the blouse as per the occasion and the look you want to achieve. Carry a matching potli bag or clutch to complete the look.