Half and Half saree is a modern innovation of the original form of saree. It is so named because the colours are meant to contrast each other. This saree is common among the married and older women. However, it has made a unique appeal among the younger generation.
Half and half sarees in net, faux georgette, crepe, art silk, chiffon is the most preferred choice among the modern buyers.
The embellishments on these sarees largely depend upon the designers’ vision. However, zari , patchwork, zardosi , resham embroidery also go extremely well with these sarees.
Mostly famous for contrasting colours; pink and green, purple and yellow , red and black are extremely popular among modern buyers.
We have also selected a range of colours from our latest collection of half and half sarees. Which one would you like to choose from the many half and half sarees designs that are trending this festive season?
Go traditional with Red and Cream
Drape the classic colour combination of red and cream or off- white and give Shasthi a cheerful start!
Sober and Sophisticated Black and Beige
Gone are days when black was considered an ill omen for the Puja season. When it comes to half and half saree , black is ruling the season. The sober and sophisticated, classic yet stylish black and beige combination has given this saree instant stardom. Try out this black and beige Uppada half and half saree for your Ashthami evening celebrations and flaunt your royalty in the occasion!
Be it a simple salwar kameez or maxi dress, floral prints beautify every dress. Floral prints on half and half saree has recently captured the trend. This Durga Puja, they are sure to give you a young and bubbly look!
The Bollywood celebrities were the first to introduce half and half saree style. Like Deepika wore it in Chennai Express and Alia Bhatt wore it in 2 States, wear half and half saree in its most traditional form, made out Kanjivaram or Uppada silk sarees with gorgeous border and heavy embroidery , to make the ultimate fashion statement during the Durga Puja celebrations.
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Happy Durga Puja!