Sunday, December 28, 2014

Party Sarees under Rs.5000

This holiday season brings in exciting events, get- togethers and parties for all of us. Christmas, followed by New Year’s Eve and a whole lot of festive soirées in between is sure to tempt us to opt for chic and trendy party wear.  It is not surprising that December is one of the most awaited months in the year for all because of the festivities and excitement that come along with it. Especially for women, this month gives a whole load of excuses to dress up and shop for new clothes.
The colour trends keep changing and women always fall short of the right kind of clothes despite their wardrobe being filled with fancy sarees and party wear this season. Keep your wardrobe worries at bay as Pothys is here to help you with colour suggestions!

The vibrant and bold colour is quite often avoided by many women. But when you know how to match it and accessorize it, there is nothing to worry. A lovely red saree or an anarkali can be paired with a soft beige, which also leaves ample scope for you to choose bold jewellery like big earrings, cocktail ring and a stack of bangles.

A beautiful sari in the shade of blue and a dull gold or copper is a classic colour combination which is definitely a day-to-night hero. Whether you love georgettes, nets or cottons the colour is a fail-safe option whenever you have to step out. Style it in two ways- hair up in a bun with long earrings or leave your hair open and wear small earrings.

No wonder pink is the most romantic shade for any season. The colour is classically ravishing. When you opt for a sari in this colour, be rest assured that is going to be a high-octane party piece. Mix it with black to spice up your look a little bit. Wear it to a friend’s cocktail party with drop earrings and a box clutch.

If you are looking to make a statement with your sari, then embrace the brightest of the bright colours - A sunny yellow. A simple style tip would be to keep your accessories in neutral colours like beige, brown, silver or gold rather than matching it all too much.