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Step Up Their Accessorising Game

So much so, that its presence is now felt even in the ethnic scene, with Indian China Medical Protective Non-Woven women making black saree appearances now at weddings, more than ever. Clearly, there are reasons aplenty owing to which black is unanimously loved by women world over.”While black has been loved as a standalone hue for the longest, one can never really go wrong with mindful mixing, believes designer Seema Malhotra, who shares, “When you team black with antique gold, you have a star combination before you! It’s lovely to play around with a pop of bright tones, especially for lively events like weddings!

Team a well-fitted black blouse with an off-white lehenga or saree laced with a hot pink border! We have been working with a lot of brocade; the banarasi fabric is an instant hit when it comes to picking up a texture for black sarees. Bengaluru-designer Deepika Govind believes one must step up their accessorising game, when sporting an ethnic black ensemble. Black as a hue has stood the test of time, and waded through the preening eyes of fashion police, fleeting trends and a panorama of lively shades. And variety is the spice of life, sartorially and otherwise. A nice chunky necklace, while keeping it low key with the rest of dressing should do the trick.

Kajol Devgan It is absolutely important to have one standout accessory to back up your gorgeous black ensemble,” she suggests. In keeping with how different body types call for different styling hacks, Bengaluru designer Ravina Belani believes the size of the motifs on one’s saree or ethnic ensemble should be inversely proportional to one’s body type. In fact, many details to the weaving is one of the integral bits to jazz up a black saree or rather unveil its stunning potential to the fullest.


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