Most of the brides prefer wearing red for the big day of their life (the wedding day). And though red is imagined as over the top stuff often done with bright and bling heavy embroidery, but the case is not the same with everyone. Well these brides have proved how a color so overpowering can be worn is such a subtle and elegant way. So if you are someone who hates overdoing things, but is also eying to wear a red saree for the wedding then take inspiration from some of these pictures……
Saree with sleeveless blouse– A plain sleeveless blouse goes effortlessly with this beautiful rustic saree. Plain dupatta with hand embroidered cutwork dupatta adds much elegance to the entire bridal set. The plunging neckline is brilliantly covered with a heavy neckpiece while keeping the rest of the jewelry minimal.
Subtle red for beach wedding-This self on self cotton jamdani saree is the best surprise for us. Well who can think of wearing such a sober piece for the wedding day. But the bride has pulled it so nicely that we simply love it. The look is well coordinated with heavy mathapatta and layered neckpiece.
Plain red with overpowering jewelry– Plain pure silk saree finished with brocade borders is something you don’t see quite often. Well coordinate this style with a lightly all over embroidered dupatta, or simply pick a nice banarsi brocade dupatta to add a bridal touch to your look. Finally use bold and big jewelry pieces in contrast color to finish the look.
Use delicate jewelry– A pure silk saree worn with a plain silk blouse is aptly embroidered to give it slightly jeweled look. The dull gold beads used in embroidery do not over power the rustic look of the saree and the jewelry used is again very very subtle and delicate. The use of white mogra flowers or gajra is the highlight of this look.
Bold nosepin– What we love about this look is the bold nosepin which goes so aptly with the plain saree and the gold border. Use of traditional jewelry is the highlight of this look.