Contemporary Saree Trends
March 22, 2019

We can all relate to a time in our childhood when we admired and looked longingly as our mothers tried to choose from the many traditional and contemporary sarees hanging in their wardrobes. Some of us may have caught ourselves in a seemingly never-ending loop as we tried to get a hold of the pallu while trying to tie a saree for the first time.

We may have even let slip a swear word or two when we almost tripped over. A lucky few may have conquered the whole nine yards in style, and then there are some who carry a bunch of safety pins at the ready every time they wear a saree. Love it or struggle with it, what none of us can ignore is the undeniable charms of the saree.

The elegant and classy saree has wowed women for centuries and is still a fierce competition to its Western counterparts. A unique feature of the saree is that different regions have their own saree draping styles. But this versatile attire lets you add your personal touch to it as well.

Today, there are numerous contemporary saree styles that you can experiment with, and some of them won’t even require any safety pins!

Pant Style

Pant Style

The pant style saree walked off the runway and entered the showrooms of high street brands in 2018, and is one of the trending saree designs. With the lower half designed like a pair of palazzo pants or dhoti with a pleated pallu attached to it, this saree style is effortless to wear and offers a glamorous appearance.

The highlight though, is that some of them come with pockets! It is best suited for cocktail parties and wedding receptions where you can pair it with a high neck blouse and a pair of danglers to keep it simple yet classy.

Easy Drape

Easy Drape

This is one of the most popular contemporary saree draping styles. It looks gorgeous with trending sarees like silk, light-weight sarees and georgette as these have the right texture to emphasise the drapes. To get this look, merely pin up one side of the pallu to the blouse and let fall into place.

Belted Style

Belted Style

A hit among celebrities, this has become a sought after look with contemporary sarees. This style is similar to wearing a traditional waist chain around the saree. Use a thin belt with a metallic buckle or a wide cloth belt to add an edge to your look.

This style looks iconic with trending saree designs like a printed saree or a plain saree with an embroidered pallu. This sophisticated look is ideal for work wear and family functions.

The Half Saree

Half Saree

Similar to the lehenga, half sarees were once the most fashionable attire among young women. Today, the style is back to becoming a coveted look thanks to the wide variety of designs, styles, textures, and colours that they now come it.

To get this look, team a lehenga or skirt with your favourite silk saree and blouse. Simply pleat the saree and drape it over the skirt.

A Denim Twist

A denim Twist


What if you could combine the ease of wearing a pair of jeans with the elegant look of the saree? Add a denim twist to your look and take it up a notch by draping a saree over a pair of jeans. Rock this look with a cropped top, a set of colourful bangles, and sneakers.

Whether you’re looking for contemporary sarees, blouses, accessories, or trending saree designs, Shopper’s Stop is the place to head to for all your fashion needs. Step into our stores or shop online now!

You can now shop from our store anytime and from anywhere, just download our mobile app and get started –
Android Users Download App HERE
iOS Users Download App HERE

Click here to

Gradiant-Button-CONTINUE-SHOPPING revised


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *