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Designer Sarees & Gowns Which Are In Trend On 2017

One can always expect an ensemble of prestigious reel world guests when someone like Vikas Bahl, a famous filmmaker and producer, throws a bash. But who would expect that in a party full of stars like Karan Johar and Sonakshi Sinha, a lone trendsetter will steal the show. Not even the lovebirds, Alia and Siddharth were able to dominate her presence. Yes, we’re talking about none other than Sonam Kapoor. So what was so unique about her?

Sonam Kapoor showed up in a saree which was made of used denim. Yes denim! That too used one! Now if someone asks you to wear a denim saree what will you say? Nah, right? But, Sonam pulled it off quite well. And it wasn’t even a normal saree. What made it unique was its pant style and crop top. Clearly, the message was loud and clear. Sarees are not going to be the same in 2017.

Now this masterpiece was designed by Masaba Gupta. But that’s not the only direction the sarees or other traditional attires like long kurtis, wrap-around skirts or salwars will evolve into. Here are a few more trends that will dominate the industry:

Heavy borders will make their way : While Aarti Gupta shows how a heavy border can complement the simplicity, Tarun Tahiliani gave us a magnificent combination of tassels and fringes. And this is just a beginning. Who knows what more will we see with heavy borders in 2017.

The handloom resurrection : Have handloom sarees become a grandmother’s attire? Famous designer Rakesh Thakore says ‘no’. Fashion sarees, influenced by western culture, outdated the traditional handloom. But with A&T already working on it, handloom will soon become a fashion itself. The return of handloom surely looks certain.

Experimental drape styles : Be it a pallu brought from the back and hanging by the side or tied around the waist in a lehenga style, sarees have now become a subject to unceasing experiments. And experiments never stop.

Royal touch of velvet : It’s warm, it’s classy, it’s a regal splendor and it’s Priyanka Chopra’s favorite. Of course we can expect a lot more of velvet in 2017.

Adieu saree blouses : The experiments are not only limited to drapes. They very well extend to the blouses as well. In fact, many of the designers have completely done away with the concept of a blouse. Soltee by Sulakshana Monga has hit the market with a bang. The introduction of waistcoats in place of blouses, not only revolutionizes the traditional approach but also gives a fusion that leaves a lasting impression.

The trends have already made their way to the ramps and stores. With distinguished designs like Manish Malhotra’s on display, it won’t take much time before the world recognizes the newness. And if you’re someone who likes to stay ahead of the crowd, better hit your browsers now.

Buying Indian sarees online in USA isn’t that difficult. But getting something here and delivering it to India is a whole new thing. Now our catalog mushrooms as the trends go. Not only with sarees but also other attires like gowns which are getting funkier day by day. So when you hit your browsers, you know where to go.

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