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16 experimental saris that will help you up your sartorial game

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The grace of a sari is unlike that of any other Indian ethnic ensemble. No matter what the occasion is, an interesting sari will always help you stand out in the crowd. While most of us own a variety of elegant drapes, there are some designer offerings out there that will definitely certify as wardrobe upgrades. From the trouser sari to pre-draped versions and fringed ones, the unconventional sari is having a fashion moment right now. Give your done-and-dusted basic drapes a rest this festive and wedding season, and move towards more experimental pieces to give your sari collection a makeover.

Love stunning lehengas? Tarun Tahiliani’s embellished lehenga sari makes for a feminine yet celebratory sartorial choice. While Anamika Khanna’s red pre-draped number is a great consideration for the next wedding you have on your roster. Headed to a beach wedding? Ditch your embellished lehengas and make a statement in Shivan & Narresh’s bikini sari, which comes with flared trousers. If you are looking for a ‘less is more’ aesthetic, Amit Aggarwal’s sheer one-shoulder drape is the one for you, but if having all eyes on you is more your style, Diksha Khanna’s denim sari is sure to make you stand out.

As we move closer to the festive season, you can also look at Kiran Uttam Gosh’s pastel and gold sari for a friend’s Diwali party, while Vrisa’s printed embroidered sari is perfect for Dhanteras and Lakshmi Puja. Ilk’s blue pom pom sari is a perfect pick for Navratri celebrations at home, or you can also look at Payal Singhal’s printed dhoti sari for something more contemporary. Scroll on for some of the most experimental saris you can sport this season.

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