The wedding is the most special day in a woman’s life. She wants to look the best as a bride on her special day. How should a yet- to- be wedding bride choose a wedding saree for her wedding day? While traditions may require that a bride be dressed a certain way and in certain colours, each Indian woman has her own way of picking up sarees. For instance, some may go by colours, others may drape only those fabrics that suit their body type whereas a few others may pick sarees depending upon the embroidery or designs.
So, the saree colours that look great on every bride are:
Red is obviously a colour which looks amazing on everyone and is the most common colour traditionally worn by the bride. If you are fair, you can go for tomato red whereas you have a wheatish/medium tone then you can go for brilliant red with a slightly orange tinge. Maroon definitely goes for the brown-skinned ladies. It pops out the authenticity to the overall look and gives an edge to stand out.
Fair-skinned damsel can opt for this colour. Your fairy tale dream look comes true with the glamorous pink. Coral pink is the ideal opt. Raspberry pink, deep magenta pink, purple based pink colours look great on dusky skin tone.
Blue seems to lure us to think out of the box. Blue sarees are pleasing because they are rich and attractive. Go for blue silk sarees with silver motifs on them. Navy blue, turquoise blue and indigo blue are the best colours for fair, medium and dark-skinned complexions respectively.
Orange can definitely give you outstanding look with a quirky touch to it. Bright coral or fiery sunset orange shades work well for fair skin tone. Rusty orange work well for wheatish skin and dark skin ton can go for burnt orange with bright goldwork.
Green is considered a very auspicious colour to wear on your wedding day in many religions. A green saree is elegant, graceful and beautiful. There are many shades of green and the darker shades are favourite among the brides as it looks good in pictures too. Green silk saree with golden border and motifs will look perfect on a blushing bride. Dark Green, parrot green really goes well for fair skin tone. Green with a golden touch and mustard green goes well for the wheatish colour complexion. Mehendi green and yellowish-green work good for dark skin tone.
Finally, go for some trails and testing at a saree store and find out which colours suit you the best. No matter at which rate the colour palette expands, some colours will never lose their importance for some reasons. So select the colour which makes you feel beautiful.