6 Slayer Styling with Banarsi Silk Fabric – Discover the Versatility

The awesomeness of Banarsi silk fabric goes beyond the popular Banarsi sarees. Traditionally Banarsi sarees have been one of the most prized pieces of garment in a woman’s wardrobe. Even today an Indian bride’s trousseau is incomplete with a Banarsi saree in it. 

 

In the past couple of years, Banarsi karigari has been back in vogue. Not only married women but also young girls are embracing the elegance of the fabric in more ways than we could ever imagine. In today’s blog post, we are sharing 6 different styles of outfits made with Banarsi fabric. 

  • Banarsi Dupatta

Probably the first styling that comes to your mind when you think of Banarsi fabric, right? And come on, why not? Pairing the dullest outfit with a Banarasi dupatta can just lift the entire look. You may pair a dupatta with a monotone Anarkali, salwar suit or try a fusion look with a crop-top and pants with a belt. Banarsi dupatta’s can be so versatile.  

  • Banarsi Anarkali

Nothing can match the elegance of a Banarasi Anarkali ensemble. You do not have to think much about the jewellery or make-up if you are all dolled up in a Banarsi Anarkali. It’s such a complete look in itself that everything else can be subtle and muted too. However, heavy earrings and bangles will just add to the grace of your ensemble.

  • Banarsi Kurta 

 If an entire Anarkali seems a little too much for an occasion or you want to go for something that is lighted on the pocket. Banarasi silk kurti can be the best option. Customise the Kurti as you want and pair it with a solid palazzo, a skirt or pants. You may or may not opt for a Banarasi dupatta. 

  • Banarsi Lehenga

Not only brides but also bridesmaids are opting for Banarsi lehengas a lot. Groom and groomsmen match their safas or dupattas with the women’s outfits. A full flared lehenga skirt made of Banarasi silk is usually paired with a raw silk blouse and a Banarsi dupatta. 

  • Banarsi Pant Suit

This is definitely our most favourite of them all. Recently, an Indian television star, Shweta Tiwari was spotted wearing this pantsuit made of Banarasi fabric. Loved this elegant yet formal looking ensemble perfect for those occasions where you want to leave a statement yet don’t want to deal with the fuss that comes along with the elaborated outfits such as anarkalis and lehenga. We are absolutely vouching for this look. 

  • Banarsi Dress

Gorgeous AF. Who would have thought that a heavy fabric like Banarasi silk could drape into such a marvellous piece of an outfit? Creating such a modern garment out of a traditional fabric like Banarasi is incredible. Not only brides-to-be but bridesmaids-to-be shall also consider this for one of the wedding functions. Highly approved by our team. You can get in touch with our team and we can create something similar for you. 

Tell us which one of the above styles is your favourite. Did you shortlist any look for the upcoming wedding and festive season? If yes, reach out to us and we’d love to assist you in getting a custom outfit designed for you.

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