5 ways to say YES to a saree in winters

5 ways to say YES to a saree in winters

If you are the queen who loves wearing sarees as much as we do, read on for tips on how to style them in chilling winters. While wearing sarees gives us no challenges during sunny summers, most of us don't consider them as an option during cold weathers. But hey, we can't say no to sarees just because it's winters now. And wearing a saree with a cozy woolen sweater may feel comfortable but this doesn’t really do it for us, style wise. So what do we do? Worry not as we have sorted out ways to make the saree an all-season outfit. Check out these practical, ideas on how to wear sarees during winters without freezing. 

 

1. Faux fur jackets, velvet jackets and trench coats to our rescue
 
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Styling sarees with faux fur and velvet jackets will completely elevate the entire look. Try a short faux fur jacket for a chic and stylish look for a cocktail party. An alternate option to this is a velvet jacket.
A waist-length jacket or a trench coat is all what you need. Just keep in mind that the jacket/coat should complement your saree. You can choose from hundreds of available options. A great choice would be the one with intricate embellished details for a classy regal look.
 
2. Turtlenecks and fitted sweaters for practical blouse choices
 
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It's high time you bring out those body fitted sweaters and turtlenecks from the back of your your closet to make warm yet stylish blouses. They look stylish and practical for any occasion. Opting for a plain turtleneck with a printed or tone-on-tone saree will instantly give you a winter appropriate, formal outfit. Add a dash of glamour with some classic jewelry to enhance your look.
 
3. Blazers and cardigans for an untra chic look
 
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If this six-yard elegant garment is your go-to outfit, we understand your dilemma of styling a saree in winter. But hey, what do we do when life gives you lemons? We make lemonade. So, pair your saree with cardigans and blazers for even more stylish and urban looks. Wear a warm blazer after drapng your saree, and style your pallu either above or beneath the blazer. Same goes with well-fitted cardigans.
 
4. Pashminas, capes and silk dupattas for that feminine feel
 
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We all love pashminas. Don't we? Wear a classic pashmina shawl or a silk dupatta, and use it as a second pallu with your saree. You can also add a cape to elevate your look. Shawls and silk dupattas are classic choices to upgrade your saree look in winter.
 
5. Banarasi silk and velvet sarees are here
 
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If you want to pull off a saree look in winters without any add ons, you just have to plan on the saree fabric strategicallys for you. Silk, velvet and brocade are thick fabrics and come in rich colours and traditional Indian artwork. Give these classic styles a try. No one u can go wrong with a silk saree.

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