Accessorizing forms an essential part of looking good in a sari. Though nowadays most modern women do not like to carry accessories or wear jewelry at work, but in between our busy schedule we too at times need to attend traditional parties or look special.

Be it a puja at office or baby shower party at a colleagues house, you cannot but attend the party in ethnic attire. And what is more comfortable than wearing an Indian Sari? Easy to dress up and easy to accessorize .

Sarees carry an easy to #beyourself and #beyou statement and it’s super easy to dress up. You simply can’t go wrong with a saree.

Here is How to Dress up your Sari in 4 easy ways:

1. Pay attention to your jewellery:

Wear jewellery according to the occasion and the look of your saree. Plain cotton sarees look best with light jewellery. You can opt for a stud earring or a light dangle earring with simple gold chain and one or two gold bangles to give yourself a really decent look.

The trick is to match your jewellery with the colour and work of your saree. A saree with silver zari will look good with silver or diamond jewellery whereas golden zari will go with gold.

2. Wear Bangles or Bracelets:

Bangles come in many shapes, sizes, and colors, with designs and materials that fit every category of fashion. They also come in many different materials, including silver, gold, acrylic and stainless steel.

Stacking bracelets is an easy way to give old pieces a new lease on life and change your style from day to day. Put your own twist on this trend, and let the fun begin for every occasion, and they’re very simple to wear stylishly.

Bangle bracelets are a popular jewellry item and a quick way to spice up an outfit. They are often inexpensive and are easily paired with other bangles to create a slightly bohemian flavor or worn alone for a more modern, sleek look.

3. Bindis:

Bindis? Are they not out of fashion? Who wears Bindi’-s now a day?

Trust us, bindis are the new bold. Bindis are the new twist in the tale. Keep in mind your face shape and the occasion while selecting a bindi to go with your saree. People with round or square face will look good with bindis having some length. Long faces are apt for wearing round bindis. You can even opt for bindis with decorative motifs if you are planning to wear a saree at a party. For everyday basis plain round, oval or tilak bindis look better.

4. Pay attention to your Handbag:

All of us like to have a good handbag with us when we go out. Whether it is a casual party or a formal business dinner, having a handbag is essential. It keeps our necessary documents, keys, makeup, and many other valuable items. It also works as the perfect accessory for the clothes we wear. It does not matter if it is a clutch, a purse or even a shoulder hanging bag, having the good one( and not necessarily an expensive branded one) is a necessity.

Extra Tip:

If you are short, you should wear a sari with a border (design at the bottom), which creates the illusion of height. If you are tall, you can wear a broad bordered sari as this makes you look “parallel to the earth.”

Hope you have enjoyed our tips on is how to dress up your Sari in 4 easy ways.