With the market flooded with florals, animal prints, embroidered fabrics and heavy maggam work sarees, one really gets a feeling to break the monotony! Plain sarees are now backing in vogue with many women choosing a minimal look for all events.

Significance of Plain Sarees

Plain sarees are the most versatile types of sarees, which can be worn for any occasion. They can be styled as per your requirement and only sky is the limit when it comes to choosing the blouse. You can either opt for a heavy work blouse or keep it plain and simple. Either ways work amazing with plain sarees. The best part of them is that they are great for work wear also! You don’t have to think twice about wearing a saree to your office!

Features of Plain Sarees

Plain sarees as the name indicates come without prints or work. They display the following features:

Plain sarees come in either solid colors or even multi hues blending into each other.

They are embellished with a border or even kept plain to suit the occasion.

These sarees can be styled in whichever way you want, by simply changing the jewellery and the blouse.

Most plain sarees are light weight and are easy to maintain and you don’t have to worry about stones and other stuff falling off your saree.

Suitable Fabrics for Plain Sarees

The optimal fabrics for plain sarees are those which have a fluid structure like georgette, chiffon, crepe, net and even Organza. These varieties have a simple and minimalistic look, without making you look over the top. However, if you are planning for a plain saree on a wedding, choose models like Mysore Silk sarees and plain Kanjeevarams to look like a Diva!

A lot of women prefer the beauty of the blouse more than the saree and that is why they invest their money and emotion the blouses a lot more compared to the original saree. The designer blouses with the plain sarees is a weird but really smart and popular combination. This particular idea if so famous that even the models walk on the ramp to showcase the beauty of the blouses specifically.

 

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