Unstoppable Christmas & New Year Saree Draping Ideas: Color Red & Black

So what are your party plans for the Christmas and New Year? Everything has fallen into place, you already have decided on the party place, have decided on the menu, and even on what to wear. If you have chosen a saree to give it an ethnic touch then you are sure about what color to choose and how to accessorize them.

No, you have not chosen anything as such. If your saree color preference is red and black then we have a list of ideas to rock your Christmas and New Year parties this end of the year and in 2024.

Let us just help you sizzle the best in red and black sarees! In this article we will discuss the color RED at first then in the next week, we will narrate what to do if you choose the BLACK color.

Why choose a red color saree for your Christmas or New Year 2024 party?

  • Red is an energetic color. Red is bold. It is a symbol of power, strength, and vitality. A red saree makes you stand out in the crowd and create an everlasting impression.
  • Red goes well with every skin tone and body type making it an adaptable and flattering option for ladies of all ages.
  • A classic partywear for decades, it is a timeless addition to your wardrobe.

Which saree fabric to choose for your Christmas or New Year 2024 party?

  • Red Organzas: Lovely handpainted or embroidered organzas are modern and on top of the lovely timeless classic sarees.
  • Red Chiffon: Gorgeous and sophisticated party wear saree which can come with cutdana work to embroidery is bright and fashionable.
  • Red Sequins: A stunning beauty and can turn heads at any gathering. These are delicate and have a flowy feel which is captivating.

4. Those Vivid Colors

The katan banarasi comes in a wide range of colors, from gold to pastels - even vibrant, electrifying, and gorgeous shades to add dimension to the texture of the fabric - which definitely makes it regal.

5. Silk Marks and High-Quality Varieties

Made with the finest quality silks known for their luster and softness  - crafted by accomplished artisans who take great care to weave them unique and special.

6. Comfort Comes First

Katan banarasi silk saree is known for its versatility and can be worn just not at weddings but also on a variety of other occasions - from formal events to casual gatherings. Comfortable to wear and drape, even lightweight, and can be styled in various ways.

Now that you have set your mind to wear a RED color saree this year for the party, here are my tips to style to the optimal!

Style 1: Choose a Heavy Designed Blouse to Pair Up

If your saree is plain and features a sequin or embroidered border, you can pair it with a heavily embroidered blouse. This will add a balance to your look. You can go for a full-sleeve blouse to make it more attractive.

Style 2: Get a Contemporary Look with Belts

A belt can add a contemporary touch to your saree and draw attention to your waist. To add even more glamour, use a belt that matches your saree. You can choose either metallic or embroidered.

Style 3: Design of Your Blouse Should Be Carefully Chosen

Consider a chic blouse for an appearance that is styled like a celebrity. And to be like a celeb go for a halter-neck, backless, or sleeveless blouse or butterfly sleeves to give your conventional saree a contemporary edge.

Style 4: Consider Heels to Pair Up

Match high heels to your saree for a celeb-inspired style for the Christmas and New Year Party. Pumps, stilettos, or sandals can all heighten and refine your appearance and give you a glam look with a red hot saree.

Style 5: Choose a Stylish Hairdo

Finally what you need to consider in your appearance is a stylish hairdo can improve the way you seem as a whole. You can choose a hairdo that gives your hair volume and style, such as a neat bun, loose curls, or a sloppy style.

Hope these idea, choice of fabrics in Red color saree and the reason to choose the red as your party drape is going to rock you this year - so follow the tips and keep us posted.

About the author

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.