Red is the fashion code for all seasons. Red makes a strong visual impression on the collections of designer and fashionistas. Impactful and exciting, it can make a statement without doing anything. The hue complements almost all skin tones.
When you wear the colour red it empowers you gives you all attention that you might never want, that’s the beauty of the colour red love it or hate it but is bold and daring and is full of drama.
Red is a showstopper colour. Various hues of crimson have the utmost influence in the fashion world. Going head-on strong, red is making its way into the runways of Tommy Hilfiger, Marc, Gucci, Balenciaga and many more brands.
A model with a white lehenga with a red and golden border, and matching red accessories can own the ramp. On the way to the season’s boldest trend, hues of vermillion, scarlet, cherry, and crimson can pack a wallop of modernity to one’s style statement.
Blouse Combination for Red Saree
With the red saree, my go-to sequences are red and gold. If you are looking for in contrast combination the go for white and green. Who could have thought white will look so good with a red saree. If you ask me I would always have one gold and black blouse in my wardrobe all the time so i can mix and match with any saree. You can also get a gold or black crop top with a red saree.
Matching Border for Red Saree
The go-to border for the red saree that I would choose is gold it looks royalty and most desirable for every occasion at all the time. Choosing with material I would prefer like this on silk saree gold border, on cotton saree with deeper tones choose black or dark blue. You can also go with different embroidery and embellishments with different fabrics and have joy with your red saree.
What Jewellery goes with Red saree?
Right now the trends for jewellery are long-styled Rani Haar.
Rani haar is a style of necklace which is usually long and can either be single-stringed or more than that. Due to its long length, this style also gives a royal look to the whole wedding attire.
Nath is the traditional wedding jewellery that adds an extra charm to your entire look. Accessorize better with this beautiful nose ring for a complete makeover. Not everybody is comfortable wearing one but if you want to go for extra glam do that accessory to your bridal look.
Special occasions to wear Red saree
Indian brides most commonly wear Red Sarees. A traditional Indian bride looks stunning wearing red since the colour highlights any kind of complexion and enhances your beauty and charm. Red is always the first choice for brides as the colour assures that you are going to look your best on the big day.
Red sarees are extremely popular in recent times, as they introduce a new level of dignity, elegance and independence in the modern Indian bride. Red sarees stand as the essence of tradition and make the bride look both beautiful and ethereal.
Matching footwear for Red saree
Juttis are the go-to choice for comfort and on point for the red saree combination. While walking around in saree or lehenga choli the whole day can be exhausting but this type of juttis can give you style and comfort at once.
Celebrity in Red Sarees
Look how Lovely Alia Bhatt seem in a red saree simply gorgeous she is looking ravishing in red at the News18 Reel Movie Awards 2019 held at JW Marriott in Mumbai. Alia Bhatt Photos in red traditional designer sleeveless Indian Saree, by Sabyasachi.
A gold and white kundan choker necklace with pearls, bangles, jhumka earrings and a maang tikka were her bridal jewellery of choice.
Latest Trends in Red Saree
When you think of Valentine’s day fashion, you envision slinky cocktail gowns and rouge dresses. But did you ever think sarees would fit the bill? We didn’t either but that was until Shilpa Shetty came along and changed our minds.
The Bollywood actress was spotted in Mumbai for a shoot and her outfit of choice couldn’t have been a coincidence, what with Valentine’s Day 2021 right around the corner.
Shilpa, always a saree stylish, didn’t miss the opportunity to wear a ruffled red saree that featured billowy sleeves and embroidered details with a waist chain. A maang tikka and decorative necklace completed Shilpa’s ethnic look that gave a fashionable desi touch to Valentine’s Day fashion.
For the wedding ceremony, Dia wore a red brocade silk Raw Mango saree featuring gold buta detailing and broad borders. A gold and white kundan choker necklace with pearls, bangles, jhumka earrings and a maang tikka were her bridal jewellery of choice.
Red saree matching lipstick
With a red saree, a deep red lipstick is a showstopper and for nude loving girls wear more nude-toned lipstick but in the red family colour.
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