Organza – the fabric with a dreamy feel is one the prettiest silks with a strong feminine appeal. Befitting prom nights and classy cocktail evenings- organza’s uptown appearance has always struck a chord with the elite, the nobles, royals and the masses! From vintage moments of the Victorian era to present times, organza is a la mode fabric, charismatic with its subtlety and delicateness. Despite its soft appearance, organza is quite a strong fabric. A typically plain weave, it can be instantly distinguished with its see-through surface and firm fall.
Organza saris in India
A timeless trend- a contemporary feel
These sheer sarees are a wedding and party-favorite in the current fashion scenario in India. Saris with an exquisite blend of old-world charm and modernity, they have smitten millennial Indian brides. Pastel-colored half-and-half sarees detailed with an organza pallu trailing over the carpet can be a classic wedding pick for your contemporary wedding ceremony.
With its upscale European look, organza is a fabric of elegance, truly fascinating for a nation that has always taken fashion inspiration from the western countries. So that partly explains the popularity of these contemporary looking sarees. But overall, it is their unmatched sophistication and affluence that makes these saris so endearing!
Drapes that will make you look curvy
Organza saris are a boon for women aspiring to look curvy. The firmness of organza leads the sari to balloon-up on wearing, which visually expands the figure frame. But yes, this attribute of organza saris can also be seen as its downside; for women on the curvy side tend to shy away from them. So does it mean that the voluptuous ones shouldn’t embrace the beauty of organza? Well, no! You can flaunt those sheer beauties; all you need to do is drape them right!
How to drape an organza sari for looking slimmer?
Organza is not a fabric that can be easily tamed. But you can put your draping skills to practice to accentuate the fall of organza sarees to complement your figure. These style tips will guide you to getting a toned look:
• The more you fold or pleat an organza sari, the more it will expand at the turns. So go easy with the number of pleats!
• Leave the pallu hanging loose over your shoulder rather than folding and pinning it up.
• Choose organza saris in darker tones like black, grey, rust, navy blue- avoid loud colors like red and stay away from the palette of whites!
An organza sari is more than just an outfit. It is a tale of luxury, grace and the unparalleled finesse of a simple silk weave!