The top fashion designers of India have set their eyes to make sari the most desirable clothing of Indian as well as other women from all over the world. They are inventing new saree designs to go with the modern urban lifestyle. Just have a look at these new sarees called 'neo sarees' and know how latest sarees are modified without compromising with the basic unstitched spirit of the traditional sarees and changed the look of a saree restricting it not just to a 5 1/2mt drape but making it as prettier as ever.

 

Saree with Attractive Slim Belt - Tarun TahilianTarun-Belt-Saree

Fashion Designer Tarun Tahilian showcased innovative style sarees by using different kinds of belts embellished on the waist, thus adding a complete modern statement and youthfulness to the wearer's personality.

Tahiliani said: "Belts can be used over saris by slim and tall people. It accentuates the waist, looks sexy and adds style as well as youthfulness to the outfit."

 

Trouser Saree-Satya Paul

Satya Paul the designer who is known for experimenting beautifully with this 6 feet drapes in 2007 showed a line of sarees the Trouser Saree a pre- pleated saree with a trouser underneath. Since then designers like Anamika Khanna ,Sabyasachi, Wendell Rodricks ,Meera and Muzaffar Ali and Ravi Bajaj have all done their interpretations of saree. Sometimes edgy and trendy and sometimes easy- to- wear and comfortable the saree has transformed into many new avatars.

 

Poncho Sarees –Ravi Bajaj

Menswear designer Ravi Bajaj at one of his shows in Los Angeles show case Poncho Sarees 2009.There he made this six yard wonder more user-friendly, by mixing it with traditional Japanese design. The saree which was made has a pleated skirt, a neckline in the pallu, which goes through the head and falls back over the shoulder giving it an effect of poncho gown cum sari.

 

Pre-pleated and lehenga sarees -Jai-Parvesh and Hemant-Nandita

Jai-Parvesh and Hemant-Nandita who introduced pre-pleated and lehenga sarees that are easy to wear anytime and anywhere. These pre-pleated sarees resemble skirts with pleats that are stitched, while the lehenga sarees have a flowing silhouette below with a heavy pallu replacing a dupatta on the left shoulder of the wearer

Pyjama Sarees – Anamika Khannapyjama-sarees

One of the very creative fashion designers, Anamika Khanna, recently showcased her pyjama sarees at the Lakme fashion week 2009. This new saree design has crushed muslin pallus and the petticoats have been replaced with pajamas. So, now if you said that you experience difficulty in walking with the saree tied all around your petticoat, no one's going to take it! Just wear a pyjama saree and walk as comfortably as you walk in trousers.

Saree Gown -Wendell Rodrickssaree-gown

Yet another very talented fashion designer, Wendell Rodricks, has introduced the sari gown. During the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW), his backless red sari gown was a rocking hit! It looked sexy and trendy on model Jesse Randhawa who walked the ramp wearing it. According to Rodricks, “they are extremely comfortable and designed to stay in place no matter what.” The built-in choli and split pallu of saree gown has been so liked by the celebrity ladies that they have flooded the designer with its request.

 

jersey-saree Jersey Saree –Wendell Rodricks

Wendell Rodricks  has designed yet another new saree- the jersey saree. He displayed this fabulous saree design at the Lakme Fashion Week. Jersey is fast becoming the number one choice of young generation due to its breezy, sexy and casual looks. What impresses the young the most is that jersey could go with all- tops, tunics, pencil skirts, dresses- and now Rodricks has modified it to be a saree too! This jersey saree has a built-in choli and the pallu is split in one section, which gathers to a halterneck. The other half loops into a 'kimono sleeve pallu'. It really looks trendy!

 

Jeans and Saree -Nida Mahmoodjeans-sare

This is a deadly combination introduced by the youngg innovative fashion designer Nida Mahmood- Jeans with saree! Jeans is the most sought after and the popular womens western wear. Saree is the purest of Indian womens wear. So, when east meets west, the result is going to be a big hit indeed. In fact, what Nida displayed in the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW), is the net, georgettes and chiffon sarees draped on jeans in a trendy manner. The saree is draped without its initial round- or the traditional tucking in of saree's one end all around the petticoat. The sari draping starts with making pleats and tucking them in front portion of the jeans and then making a pallu out of the other end of the saree. The saree blouse designs remain the same as worn with traditional Indian sarees.

Nida Says: "The idea of wearing saris over jeans is my interpretation of wearing a sari in a trendy manner. This is a trend that youngsters can follow for any casual party. It looks very good, especially if you are carrying the outfit with the right accessories and look,"

 

 

Sabysachi-Saree Chotu Sarees –Sabysachi Mukherjee

Yet another innovative new saree design has been introduced by the talented fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee- the Chhotu Sarees. These short sarees- that are short by six inches than the traditional lenghth of a saree- are inspired by the tribal women clothing. With a length that doesn't touch the feet and thus is comfortable to walk with, this chhotu saree can prove to be trendy women's office wear. The chhotu saris are handloom sarees made by the rural craftsmen to whom goes a part of profit from sale of these sarees. Therefore, these sarees well go with todays youngsters who are trendy yet socially aware!

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