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15+ Celebrity- Inspired Designer Saree Ideas that you will love!- Set My Wed


Sun Jun 26


Saree, six yards of pure elegance, is the very culture of our country. A saree can never go out of fashion. This ever-evolving gorgeous piece of apparel is a must-have for Indian weddings. Women look both elegant and sexy in this one attire. Be it Haldi, Mehndi, Pool party, cocktail party, Sangeet, reception, or the wedding itself, a saree can never fail to stun you. From heavy traditional silk to simple light chiffon, we have covered all the choices for you. Whether you are the bride-to-be or a distant relative, these sarees must be in your wardrobe. Below are some celeb-inspired sarees which you will definitely pin down for your wedding. 


1. Gorgeous Green Chiffon Saree:

This gorg green ombre chiffon saree is finished with delicate silver embroidery. The saree is paired with a matching fluted chiffon blouse, accentuated with subtle mirror work on the neckline and waist. Ideal for Mehndi is this absolutely sophisticated saree.


Source: Tarul Tahiliani


2. Fashionable Silk Saree:

A perfect blend of contemporary and ethnic is this ensemble. Paired with a black halter neck blouse is this green printed crepe silk saree. Complemented with jhumkas, this gives a totally chic look.


Source: Barkha Singh


3. Yellow Net Saree:

Ideal for Haldi is this yellow butterfly net saree embroidered with flowers and zari work on the blouse. Personifying beauty and giving a vibrant look is this pretty saree.


Source: Kajal Aggarwal


4. Glamorous Party Saree: 

Jasmin Bhasin’s super glam saree from Aliyana by Meena Bazaar is certainly breathtaking. This designer saree in lycra fabric is coordinated with a beautiful halter neck blouse having self beadwork, crystals, and stone embroidery for that utmost graceful look.


Source: Jasmin Bhasin


5. Pretty Pink Chevron Print Saree:

A pink georgette saree with all-over chevron print and sequin embroidery with a silk V-neck blouse embroidered in sequin & glass beads is a total stunner. Though quite simple, this is a perfect fit for a cocktail party or pool party.


Source: Kriti Kharbanda


6. Sky Blue Ruffled Saree:

This sky blue georgette saree with ruffles and white floral prints is a must-have for a spring wedding. It looks lovely and gives super comfy vibes. With a stitched pleated pallu, this is very easy to handle.


Source: Nidhi Shah


7. Shiny Sequence! 

Looking for the perfect party wear saree? This is the one! Ombre pink saree with sequence and a simple blouse gives a trendy look. Paired with some diamond accessories, this glorious outfit is completely stunning.


Source: Sukhmani Gambhir


8. Smoky Hot Black and White Striped Saree:

This royal strips print saree with a full sleeve high neck black blouse is the ultimate stunner. Intensified with the oxidized accessories and the brown leather belt, is this super sexy saree.


Source: Mouni Roy


9. Classic White Saree:

We are awestruck by this immense amount of beauty in a single picture! Whether it’s Kiara Advani’s charm or the impressiveness of her classy white saree, we know not. Wearing a white stylish saree designed with stripes of glass beads and a corset blouse, she looks like a fairy. Jhumkas are adding to the sartorial and making her prettier.


Source: Kiara Advani


10. Pre-draped Lehenga Saree:

This Red pre-draped lehenga saree with a ruffled hem along with gota hand-embroidered blouse and belt should be on every bridesmaid’s top-shelf. Fused modern concepts and a traditional look is this beautiful red saree.


Source: Prajakta Koli


11. Pink and Pista Bandhej Silk Saree:

Alia Bhatt’s designer traditional saree is another pretty attire. This chiffon georgette Banarasi silk saree with bandhej pattern is truly appealing. Due to its subtle color and look, this is a perfect choice for a minimalistic bride.


Source: Alia Bhatt


12. Mauve Silk Saree:

This ombre silk chiffon saree with intricate allover chikankari and kasab jaal embroidery in temple-inspired motifs, paired with a silk chiffon blouse with raised resham and chikankari work. Complementing this ethereal outfit is a diamond choker which makes it even more elegant.


Source: Tarun Tahiliani


13. The Katrina Kaif Saree:

Wearing a pastel tulle couture saree embellished with hand-cut English flowers paired with a trailing veil, she looks like a Goddess! The intricacy of Sabyasachi’s outfit and Katrina’s beauty make these pictures eye-pleasing.


Source: Sabyasachi


14. All about the details! 

This Tarun Tahiliani golden handwoven silk saree features intricate zardozi work. The saree is paired with an intricately embroidered blouse along with a soft tulle veil that is elevated with fine crystals all over and has an intricately embroidered border. Enhancing the graceful look of the bride is her heavy diamond jewelry. The magnificence and royalty of this saree are indeed unmatched.


Source: Tarun Tahiliani

15. The Classic Bridal Gharchola:

Gharchola is a traditional Gujarati saree worn by the bride on the wedding day, given by her parents. This bride here is draped in a gharchola saree with dori work border. This majestic saree is paired with a kashida embroidered blouse. Extremely stunning and sophisticated, this outfit is a mix of the traditional concept with royalty.


Source: Tarun Tahiliani

16. Floral Silk Saree: 

Vibrant floral prints on crepe silk with a thin border, this is a simple yet beautiful saree. Perfect for a pool party or Haldi is this super cool saree. With a plain sleeveless backless blouse and jhumkas complementing the look is subtle.


Source: Kriti Sanon


17. Glamorous All Black Sequins Saree:

This all-black sequins and pearl work saree are totally dapper. With a web-like sequins design and a simple sleeveless blouse, this is completely chic.


Source: Sawan Gandhi


18. Pink Banarasi Silk Saree: 

Pink silk saree in zari woven is another traditional design. With floral motifs and details, this is simply a pretty saree. This lovely saree along with a cream blouse and a golden border is a perfect fit for the wedding ceremony.


Source: Sabyasachi



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