5 Type of Sarees That Makes You Summer Ready
So summer is here and in this scorching heat all you want is something comfortable, breezy, and light as air to try on. With the lockdown lifted and soon to be withdrawn mode of work from home, coming to an end, you will be looking for drapes that are classy yet light to try. We do not want anything itchy and too jerky to start our daily chores outside the home with something heavy.
Here is my list of the fabrics that you can actually try on summer and without feeling the extra heat. Take my words you won’t go wrong with them!!
Oh, the elegant Miss Muffet like beauty is promised by the Dhakai Jamdanis. Classic, novel, and traditional comes with resham work or thousand buti design and weaving - an ideal drape for the summers.
May or may not be the obvious choice for many, but orange has gained a huge momentum this year as the summer color. Runways and celebrities and street style stars as well as back up on this. Burnt orange is one of the trending colors - a tricky color but I know you will pull up with the drapes we have in this shade.
Alabaster Color Handloom Saree
Bring on the bright and bold version of this shade - since my list won't be complete without this color. The color of the sun, the most happy color and it screams of summer year after year. It instantly boosts our mind simply by bringing smiles on your face.
The sheer fabric and makes a great choice for the summer and can be used in many different ways to splash elegance amidst the summer heat.
This silk is loosely woven it can be used to create gorgeously light garments that offer a touch of elegance that outweighs their inherent fragility, while also keeping you cool in the process.
This is my amazing list. SO get ahead to decor yourself in the right and beautiful tone this summer season and let people appreciate more about you. Get, set free...oops drape and fly freely!
Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.
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