6 Amazing Puja Saris

 

Celebrations, festivities and parties have begun in all parts of the nation. This year, we want to make your Navratri super special. Our stylists are bringing the best of saris to upgrade your wardrobe. Let us help you in creating classic ensembles which will remain timeless and unique. In this blog, you will find the best puja saris from different regions of the nation. We will assist you in adding graceful pieces of heritage to your Navratri looks so that you can hop the pandals, rock the dance floor and make this year an exceptional one!

 

Jamdani
Baluchari

Jamdani

The Jamdani has been part of the Indian heritage from the Mughal era. The design patterns and colours are heavily inspired by the Persian culture. A cult favourite among the Bengalis, this beautiful drape is perfect for going pandal-hopping with your girlfriends. It’s very easy to drape, has simple designs and yet has a story to tell. Dazzle in this Jamdani with a Silk crop top or a Silk Kurti and you will witness a magical transformation.

Parisera Style Tip:

Match this ochre coloured Jamdani with simple oxidized Silver trinkets and keep your makeup light.

Baluchari

India is filled with stories that are carried from one generation to another. So are certain weaves that still carries the traditions, folktales, myths and legends. Baluchari is one such exceptional type of sari that elevates the craftsmanship of the weaver to another level. This sari usually has heavy threadwork designs that will exhibit tales from our scriptures. You can wear this for a traditional Puja celebration or to a temple visit.

Parisera Style Tip:

Keep the blouse and jewellery simple, as the sari will do its magic on its own. Tie your hair in a low bun and add a beautiful maang tikka to complete your look.

 

Paithani

 

Silk Ikat

Paithani

Long ago, the traders exported Paithani fabrics in exchange for gold. This tapestry weave will surely transform your look. We totally love the bold colours, bright combinations and the quintessential patterns that are inspired by the Mughal era. You can never go wrong with this sari. Drape it right with a simple blouse and try wearing it in a traditional Maharashtrian style.

Parisera Style Tip:

You have to add the Maharashtrian Nath to this ensemble. Also, wear plain coloured bangles on your hands that will compliment your sari.

Ikat Silk

A versatile Indian weave with eclectic patterns that are contemporary and yet rooted. Your list is not complete without a handwoven Ikat Silk sari. This sari is picked for its pretty colour and the sweet looking pattern across the lower half of the sari. We love the colour combination that can be perfect for both a party and a day out with your friends. You can neatly pleat the sari and wear it like a lehenga or drape it on top of dhoti pants.

Parisera Style Tip:

Match this sari with a plain hot pink coloured blouse and tie your hair in a sleek ponytail.

 

Threadwork Kanjivaram
Maheshwari Silk Cotton

Maheshwari

We love how this simple weave can be transformed if you match it with the right accessories and blouse. This sari is a perfect day wear as it allows you to breathe. You can definitely take this sari to the dance floor by adding a quirky jacket. The green colour gives a refreshing vibe to your look. Also, we love how the colour is mixed with different hues.

Parisera Style Tip:

Wear antique jewellery with your Maheshwari and keep your makeup bold with a red lipstick and heavy Kohl.

Threadwork Kanjivaram

We cannot let go of our Kanjivarams. So, we chose this light Silk sari that is utterly feminine, classic and yet contemporary. The body of the sari has threadwork patterns that are done using Silk threads. This sari is perfect for the Navratri Puja. This divine yellow colour will add auspicious vibes to your look. Match this sari with simple gold jewellery that will quickly elevate your ensemble.

 Parisera Style Tip:

Carry a bejewelled clutch and keep your jewellery light.

 

Navratri is for letting your spirits soar high, and this year we want you to keep it stylish by adding the right zing to your attitude.

Have a fantastic Navratri!