Mustard- or dark yellow was for years considered as a dull colour, until it was chosen as a prime shade by designers across the world for their spring-summer collections. Since then, this shade has picked up tremendously in the fashion world. In India, as the Indian textile industry goes global, Indian brands and designers have been experimenting with the colour palette. Mustard yellow, however, has since long been used by Indian weavers and handloom industries for making sarees. Silk saris of dark yellow hue with golden zari borders are quite popular traditional outfits in many parts of the state and are usually worn for festivals and religious ceremonies. They are also popular with brides for their Mehendi and Haldi ceremonies.
Over the last few years, mustard yellow which was previously associated with traditional and religious occasions has become a globally trending colour thus making it a sought-after shade for contemporary wear as well. So to keep up with this trend, apart from occasions you can wear a mustard yellow cotton sari to office and a georgette or chiffon saree to a casual party.
Mustard sarees look best when teamed with white, beige, brown, silver or golden accessories. While single coloured saris look simple and elegant, half and half sarees of mustard paired with green, brown, beige and pink give a vivacious look.
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