Women’s unconditional love for saree is famous in India. With the emerging fashion trends in India, you will find a plenty of saree designs available. Sarees being the hot favorite traditional attires in India emerged with versatile designs, fabrics and styles. The half and half sarees have brought a modern approach of draping a saree. The concept of a half saree has basically inspired the South Indian saree draping style. This three piece traditional garment is easy to wear and a perfect ethnic attire to steal the look at weddings or special occasions.
Here are some gorgeous half saree designs ideal for every traditional event.
Traditional south Indian half saree:
In South India, an ethnic skirt and blouse worn with a gorgeous dupatta bear a resemblance to the half saree. So, a half saree is basically inspired from the teenage costume skirt and blouse in South India. Instead of wearing a saree, a dupatta can be draped like a saree over a set of traditional skirt and blouse. So, here comes teenage pavadai inspired half saree for adults. This plain blue skirt with golden blouse and pink dupatta truly signifies the traditional South Indian style.
Three piece half saree style:
Another famous style of wearing a half saree is off a draping the dupatta in a saree style over a lehenga choli. You can choose bright colours like maroon, red, green, gold and more on special events. A flared lehenga and designer blouse beautify your aura with a classic dupatta covering up the upper portion. This yellow net flared lehenga, designer sea green blouse and baby pink net dupatta is perfectly designed for wearing a lehenga in a half saree style.
Wedding style half saree design:
Pulling off half sarees on a wedding can be unconventional if you go for the right combination. You can go for bright colour combinations and heavy, intricate work when it comes to choosing a bridal half saree. This red and black half saree with a designer green dupatta entirely complements the bridal look.
These elegant lehenga saree ideas will definitely lead you to make an unconventional ethnic fashion statement at the next wedding or traditional function. Be classy and traditional simultaneously.