Top 7 Saree Trends on Small Screen

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Top 7 Trends on TV
A saree is very feminine outfit and enhances every ladies appearance. It is one of the attires that is traditional yet has a glamorous look to it. It is appreciated by all communities in the world. Like any other fashion, this too has a changing trend.

We are looking at some of the saree trends from small screen. Our soaps are an instant check points to keep a tab on what’s latest. Alongside the acting, the outfits of the “Super Bahus & Saas” assume an essential part in Indian TV serials. Portraying the on-screen characters in sarees is a stylish methodology embraced by the Indian TV industry to involve the viewers.

Following are some Sarees Trends that have been adopted by acclaimed performing artists on TV screen:

Sakshi Look
Sakshi in Ek Haseena Thi
The designer saree worn by Sakshi Goenka in “Ek Hasina Thi” also depicts a beautiful look. This look is for the most part conveying chiffon sarees in pastel colours with an attractive ribbon dress. This look has got the vintage feel to it. This look illustrates light coloured sarees with negligible jewellery and light cosmetics. The vintage saree fabric is one of a kind in t and shows a complete classy look. This style demonstrates an imperial and modest state of mind. This look is simplicity combined with elegance so never overdo it with fake jewels.

Sandhya Look
Sandhya In Diya Aur Baati Hum
Sarees worn by Sandhya from “Diya Aur Baati Hum” comprises of fancy look which are half and half saree. They add more appeal to the entire outfit. She most often wears different shades like dark pink, blue, green, white purple, yellow and cream. The blouses complementing these sarees are normally short sleeves. As she plays the role of a traditional yet a dutiful police official in the serial, her sarees have rich fabrics like net, velvet, jacquard, tussar silk, pashmina and chiffon. Work like gold and silver zardosi, chikankari and resham are done over the fine fabrics. Special attention is given to the sarees borders as the character has her “ghunghat” on most of the time.

Ishita Look
Ishita in Yeh Hai Mohabbatein
The saree worn by Ishita in “Ye Hai Mohabbatein” are Kanchipuram sarees. The traditional sarees Ishita wears have golden border, little embroidery on the base and beautiful pallu. The look is complete with light gold earrings and chain.Light make up gives a simplistic and sober look as carried out by Indian housewives. Some of her wardrobe has a north India feel to it as she is married into a Punjabi family. Mostly she is seen wearing contrast, short sleeved blouses in the sarees. Often she is also seen in a golden blouse which complements most of the sarees be it golden border of South Indian sarees or embroidery north Indian in her bright coloured sarees. As she portrays a working woman, her sarees have a light feel to it.

Akshara Look
Akshara In Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
This is the look depicted by Akshara in “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai”chanderi or patolalook. You can adopt this look if you want to go all in for traditional look.

Avantika Look
Avantika in Pyar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara
These sarees are worn by Avantika in “PyaarKa Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara”. You can mostly see this saree collection in lovely patterns and borders, each and every saree having elegance with their designs and styles. Each saree has bright colours worn with halter blouses which look awesome. Overall these sarees are perfect for casual wear and party wear. You can wear these seasonally and occasionally. When you wear these sarees, they make your personality fab and give you royal and sophisticated look.

Kumud Look
Kumud In Saraswatichandra
Kumud from “Saraswatichandra” carries this look. The saree has beautiful elements relevant to traditional Gujarat Kutchi embroidery to be used in magnificent styles and concepts. The net concept sarees, in contrasting zari borders and kutchi work added with Gujarati theme of work and embroideries gives a terrific look. The embroideries highlight’s the sleeves and back of the blouse. Kumud brought back Quarter sleeves and the bandhani fabric in fashion. Even the traditional patterns and prints and styles of the traditional Gujarati saree, and gotta borders are major part that forms this look. This look is apt for any family function or festivals. It has a very famine feel to it.

Tapasya Look
Tapasaya In Uttran
Tapasya in “Uttaran” is a confident young lady from a wealthy family. Georgette, crepe and net sarees with traditional look are her mainstream style. The saree’s are extensive and rich which has the overall work of butti, dabs and stones. Her saree’s have wide edge which has work of zari, zardosi and weaving work. She matches her outfit with intense neck line brocade or traditional look.

Author Biography
Neha Keshab Neha Keshab is a student of Masters in Fashion Technology from NIFT and has a flair for writing, so also works as a freelancer. She always has a positive approach towards life and has a creative thinking which makes her understand all dimensions of writing. Besides dancing, she adores singing, going around the globe and has a decent hand on fabric painting.

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