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Half Admiration, Other Half Adulation: Make A Style Statement With Designer Half Saree

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Designer Half Saree

There is a traditional lehnga and a traditional saree. Combine both of them and you get an awesome hybrid in the form of lehnga saree popularly known as ‘half saree’.

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Here Are Few Designer Half Sarees

Half sarees have been gaining popularity of late replacing the traditional lehnga and saree. More and more brides of today are switching over to the resplendent looking Designer Half Saree. Remember, Alia Bhatt looking gorgeous in 2 States and Deepika Padukone’s innocent sweet look winning over in Chennai Express? Their half sarees almost catapulted into our nations favourite. Today, the types of half sarees available are so vivid, interesting, and worth grabbing, you would only wish you slept in a half saree!

Designer Half Sarees

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Half Sarees – Simplicity, Colour, Extravaganza

In South India, half saree is a traditional costume which is addressed as ‘Langa Voni’. It is a costume that depicts a lady’s transitional phase between childhood to puberty. Instead of draping a saree in the conventional way, a skirt and a blouse is worn with a dupatta which almost looks similar to a saree.

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However, special occasions down South demand silk to be worn. So you will see umpteen women getting dressed in Kanjeevaram silk which is a riot of colour considering the reds, greens, blues, yellows and golds. The skirt is invariably wide and has a flare which facilitates smooth movement. The blouse as you can see is short and the chunni covers up whatever little bit of midriff that can be seen in a lady.

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styles of draping half saree

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Fabrics Used In A Half Saree

The designer half sarees collection has various looks and interpretations – heavy embroidery and embellishments for the party look.

different styles of draping half saree

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In order to glamorize your half saree, fabrics you choose play an instrumental role. While silks, satins and tulle are going trendy these days in a half saree, the dupatta is stealing the show with heavily embroidered tassels and borders. Evergreen colour combinations include yellow and pink or red and yellow.

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designer half sarees collection

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Now check out this dazzling half saree in yellow with silver blouse designed by India’s most loved and celebrated fashion designer Manish Malhotra. The scoop neck silver choli is drool-worthy as much as the tulle yellow skirt with silver motifs and stripes.


designer half saree collection

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designer half sarees collections

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Genelia D’Souza looked a gorgeous beauty in this lehenga half saree for her wedding reception.

Best Designer Half Saree

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Now start draping yourself in this new found fashion statement of designer half sarees collection in your party wear and celebrations. Feel free to tell us what you think of half saree – yay or nay? For us, it is not just yay, it’s thumbs up!

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