Ruffles are back in Vogue. Not only are they easy to carry, but come in wide range of designs.
Ruffle Saree Trends have evolved over times. Currently in Vogue amongst the teens and adults alike, its interesting how a traditional saree is given a modern twist. It looks stunning and fabulous on every woman and an ideal choice for a ‘FASHIONISTA’ who loves something unique and different. They come in a wide range of fashionable Collection from Simple to designer. Here is Shilpa Shetty wearing an Off-White Ruffle saree. The fitness freak Diva simply looks stunning in the attire. Here are these 5 Bollywood actresses who have donned these Popular Ruffle Saree Trends.
Transform from the Ordinary to fashionista through these Popular Ruffle Saree Trends
Ruffle Saree is back in and its popularity amongst both teens and adults like reflect it ishere to stay. The Saree look boths stunning and fabulous on every woman. A Saree with a tiny layer of ruffle at the Pallu and border makes it more trendy and stylish. The stylish details with ruffled borders can turn your garb into a fashion statement. And the best part of wearing a ruffle Saree is you can wear with bare accessories. Besides it comes in a range of colours. One can imagine how addition of frills can simply transform the looks of the attire. Here is Hina Khan in a Black Ruffle Saree.
Popular Ruffle Saree Trends are back? What makes them special?
Ruffle Sarees actually take you back in the 17th century era. With British ruling India, it was but natural to have influenced the existing fashion. Going back down the memory lane, you remember flaunting your favourite frilled frocks. And as you grew older, the frilled Sarees took over and continued to weave the same magic which looked mothing but dreamy. Ruffles, the fashion of the 17th Century, comes with a big hit in current fashion.
Taking inspiration from the ruffles fashion from the British Era, the Indian Fashion Designers fashion reinvented them ruffles to add a modern flair along with traditional style. Adding the Indian attire Saree to the modern trend Ruffle and there we have something unique and different which we call it a Ruffle Saree. Ruffle Saree Trends has been in fashion with many stars donning it at special occasions. Here are 5 stars who wore these attires on various occasions.
5 Bollywood stars who embraced Ruffle Sarees
Mouni Roy in Pink Ruffle Saree
Mouni Roy was spotted in a black sari. The actress wore a pre-draped sari, which featured a ruffled Pallu, cinched with a black belt. She wore it with a sleeveless embellished blouse and complemented her looks with glam smokey eyes and went for slicked-back straight locks.
Nidhi Agarwal in Red Ruffle Saree
Nidhi Agarwal walked at the ‘Teach For Change Charity Fashion Show Event’. For this event, she opted for a Red Ruffle Saree with a matching embroidered Varun Chakkilam’s spaghetti strap blouse . Hiya Designer’s Jewelry comprising of Polki necklace and earrings along with neutral makeup, and wavy hair enhance her look.
Deepika Padukone in Sabyasachi
The actress attended one event in Mumbai after returning from Cannes back in 2019. Actress wore a Sabyasachi yellow saree . Deepika looked stunning in a yellow ruffle saree and in fact the highlight of the dress was her gorgeous bow on the blouse in the same hue. It featured billowing sleeves with a bow tie that looks absolutely pretty, and her bewitching earrings enhanced her whole looks.
Yami wore a saree with flared silhouette that had a ruffled hemline. Her Saree Pallu detailed with Ruffle edges. Saree’s outer edges had a ruffled hemline. She wore an off-shoulder bikini blouse that was enhanced by different gradients of the color red and orange. Her gorgeous saree made for a perfect festive function.
Bhoomi Padnekar in Arpita Mehta Couture
Bhoomi wore her dress for the promotions of her film, Sonchiriya, Bhumi selected a red printed ruffle saree, that had ruffles in varying lengths at the hem. She pulls it off with a dazzling Arpita Mehta’s red ruffle saree and accompanied with the same fabric blouse.
Influenced by the growing demand, designers are adding their own flare and touch to the material and attire. Not only are they experimenting with different styles, but also adding more elements.