Sequence Sarees- The embroidered Bling Trend

Bling has been in fashion for quite sometime now. The bling sequence embroidery has taken the whole fashion by its storm. We can see sequence embroidery on most of the garments and is an apt thing to choose for if you want to pick up something for a party or a wedding occasion. So this time when you are deciding which type of saree to choose from keep these styles in mind…..

Sequence and Mirrorwork– Combining these two different embroidery techniques is an excellent idea to add a perfect bling to your saree. Also a single color saree with a blouse in a tone darker or of the same color family goes well and does not creates too much distraction because of too many colors. A perfect clean, simple and impressive design to choose from.


Transparent Sequence Sarees– If you don’t like too much bling then go for a transparent sequence work , also known as ‘Paani Wala Sequence’ work because of its transparent quality. It reflects the color of the base fabric underneath and gives a matte sheen.



Sequence bootis– If you like things to be on a minimalistic side, then just a thin sequence border with small bootis will be best for you. Match it up with a matching sequence blouse.


Sequence BorderNeon shades are in fashion, and they look wonderful when combined with nude shades and sequence embroidery. This saree with just a plain sequence boxer with a perfect balance of colors is very apt for a modern day girl.


Sequence Multi Border– Play with different color sequence and multi sequence borders in different shades. Choose same color tone sequence if you do not want to go loud.


Full Sequence Sprinkle– This style is the most heavy and ornate of all the patterns worked on. Sprinkle of different sized sequence work combined with pearls and mirror sometimes is a perfect one for your bridal trousseau and also if you want to full ethnic and traditional.


Full Sequence Patterned– Some sort of patterns and motifs are created on the saree like flowers, borders, etc. instead of a plain sprinkle or cheeta work. Combine it with a plain sequence blouse.

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