In Indian culture, white signifies purity, divinity and dignity. Hence, we have Goddess Saraswati dressed in dazzling white playing her Veena seated on a white lotus.
White is the only colour that can work with a myriad other contrasting colours, whether they be light or dark. Brides in Kerala wear white sarees lined with a gold border for their weddings. The same goes with the Christian brides of Mangalore. Forget tradition and culture; white has another major advantage where fashion aesthetics go, white is one colour that can suit women of all age groups, whatever their looks or complexion. White can be worked around several combinations and colours to create some stunning wardrobes. New age designers, bollywood actresses and supermodels have been walking the ramp and award functions with some scintillating creations in white every year.
Bollywood Actresses in White Sarees:
You can start replenishing your stock of white sarees this festive season, keeping in mind that white is eternal.and will always be in fashion. You must have grown up admiring your Mom’s red-bordered white silk sarees that she wore when attending Pujas. Whites are now available in a lot more options today . You have whites in lehenga type sarees, net sarees, georgette, pure silk, cotton printed summer collections and even more. You can select any white from among these, and pair your saree with a designer blouse to enhance your look. If you do not care for solid white sarees, then pick one from a range of whites paired with contrasting shades or prints . Select your saree in keeping with the occasion, and you will be a diva.
For instance, if you are attending a college function, you can opt for a pretty printed white saree. However for a wedding or family event, a white in zari embroidery with patli pallu pattern is the best option. To stand out in white, keep the styling simple. Use light and natural make up with limited accessories. This is the tried and tested secret of fashion stylists that has never failed to create the right impression year after year.