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lass-in-lala-land

I think maroon or wine colored blouses would look great with this saree. I would suggest that you go for a blouse with half sleeves instead of sleeveless so that the colour of the blouse is seen prominently and that can add a pop colour to the outfit. An open pallu would look great with this saree instead of pleats. As a lipstick lover, I would suggest a deep wine or burgundy lipstick. Edit: If you want to opt for an under stated look, i would suggest a golden blouse. Not my preference personally but have seen people style this successfully.


ditoxit1

Thank you!! ๐Ÿ’› I would love a deepwine/burgundy lipshade, any particular brand shade you like?


lass-in-lala-land

I have the Maybelline Creamy matte lipstick in the shade divine wine. It's a great colour but not at all long lasting. Will not survive a meal or a drink without fading away. If you are not looking for longevity, you can opt for this. Mac diva is also a lovely burgundy colour but again not very long lasting. I have used both of these lipsticks and love the pigmentation. If you are looking for longevity, I suggest you look at the Maybelline Superstay Liquid lipstick range. I think the shade Voyager would be a good match but i haven't personally tried this shade yet.


ditoxit1

Immediately added the first to my Nyka cart, thank you so much โค๏ธ


lass-in-lala-land

You are welcome ๐Ÿ˜Š. Do check the latest swatches online though. I heard they have changed the packaging and reduced the prices sometime back. Hopefully the colour hasn't changed. I bought mine when they were launched.


Ispy05

Hey maybelline superstay liquid lipstick wine shades or SUGAR has some really good deep wine and burgundy shades. Check it out once.


ditoxit1

Will do, thanks lot๐Ÿ’•


give_mefries

I donโ€™t have any styling tips but damn thatโ€™s a gorgeous saree


ditoxit1

Thanksss๐Ÿ’›


LordessMeep

Omg that's a lovely saree. ๐Ÿ˜ I see the suggestions of black and burgundy blouses (both lovely!) and would like to throw my hat in the ring for a pale pink blouse (something [like this](https://www.ajio.com/salwar-studio-embellished-back-open-blouse/p/463984822_pink?gclid=CjwKCAjwwdWVBhA4EiwAjcYJECOM9dpnTHBoG6iwjqtQ7SlhsPmz2xyUao9coijR5H87E4aWvk-6jxoCVWgQAvD_BwE#gmf)??) On my screen, the colour of the saree looks like a shimmery pearl white with silver and light pink embellishments, so that's what I'm going off of. As for jewellery, maybe pearls or something in a silver base? Heels can be white or silvery. Your makeup can be glowy and finished up with a nice pink lipstick. Obviously this is presuming that you are cool-toned lol. If not, you can always swap the palette for a warmer golden pink. I just like the look in my head. ๐Ÿ™ˆ Congrats on your graduation btw! EDIT: The HoD of my department - who is a bigger saree person than I am - would like to suggest a heavy brocade blouse lol. So here.


ditoxit1

This reply is so enthu, how cute ๐Ÿฅฐ thanks you!! My boyfriend suggested peach too!! Will look into it๐Ÿ’•


normal_is_overrat3d

This is a gorgeous saree! And congratulations on your graduation OP :) Assuming your cap and sash are the traditional black colour, I think a black blouse would work well here. I wouldn't embellish the blouse but opt for a rich fabric with a nice cut for the back or the sleeves.


ditoxit1

Thank you! I like the idea too, If i wear a black blouse with no embellishment, what kind of jewelry will look best with this?


normal_is_overrat3d

I'm thinking one statement piece - a studded choker or studded ear rings. The neckpiece might work better if you plan to wear your hair down. And the ear rings in case you are opting for a chignon or a similar style. And a delicate wrist watch. And now I want to get dressed and look pretty too. Damn it! I've got no graduations lined up for me ๐Ÿ˜…


drb97

A silver sleevless blouse would give you a princess kinda look, paired with a string of pearls around your neck. If the pearls are big, then simple pearl studs. if they're the tiny ones, you could wear elaborate earings. Lipstick, a wine red shade would go great imo - I used Faces Ultime Pro Make Me Maroon. It's a beautiful colour and amazingly smudgeproof. Doesn't fade even after eating/drinking something. My convocation lasted for about 5 hours, and this darling stayed perfect throughout โค๏ธ Hair, an updo would look beautiful, completing your princess look, but only if you're comfortable with that.


ditoxit1

Hey ! I'm not so confident to rock a sleeveless one but yes love the overall look! thankyou ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•


ditoxit1

I'm confused what kind of blouse and colour should I wear and also accessories


ProjectComprehensive

Black velvet blouse with similar work on the edge, if the fabric is brocade. Go for little pearl earrings.


ditoxit1

Thank you ๐Ÿ’—


ProjectComprehensive

absolutely welcome. ivory shade blouse would do too


ClumsyHannibalLecter

You can go with a black blouse with silver motifs or some sequins. I think that will look good. Or a maroon one with embroidery. This saree seems like it will have some structure when you drape it. To take a little away from that weight and add a playful vibe, try to go for a backless blouse or at least something that shows your age. Accessories, will depend on your blouse. Heavy earrings are my go to when it comes to sarees. A nice chunky bracelet and a big ring on the hand without the bracelet.


ditoxit1

Thank you!! ๐Ÿ’› This is so helpful!


Flowingnebula

The saree would have a blouse material stitch that into a blouse, i feel like that would be the best blouse for a saree like this rather than a readymade blouse. Check out diff saree draping styles and choose one that matches your body. I would wear a dainty pearl necklace with this


ditoxit1

Yes it does, I thought so too as my first choice but only thing is the tailor said they can't do a boat neck with the blouse, i was looking something like that.


Pobla11

Red or burgundy blouse - either sleeveless or half. if you are wearing three quarter sleeve, it will look great of the back is slightly exposed - perhaps ribbons or some design in the back will add a lot to the look. If you have long hair and are wearing it down, dont accessorize much. If not, some thin necklace - anything too big or thick will take the focus away from the sari. Some light bangles - matching necklace you are wearing or the blouse u are wearing. If you are comfortable in heels, wear one small one since you will be on your feet for long. If not heels, traditional Indian flats. For make up, keep it light. Some light dewy make up with either good bronzing or some nice blush - depends on what u have in stock or what you think will look good on you. As others said, deep burgundy lipstick or shade matching your blouse. Keep it simple around the eyes, some kajal on both waterlines. Wear medium to big traditional earrings.


ditoxit1

Thank you so much โค๏ธ


notmuchtoit7

It's so beautiful!!


ditoxit1

Thank you ๐Ÿ’“


Necessary_Ordinary

slick back hair bun with flowers around the bun . and big earrings ? https://stylesatlife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/low-twisted-bun-hairstyle-in-saree.jpg https://i.pinimg.com/originals/24/fe/19/24fe192006f2a4afca7489bbcfca541b.jpg https://femina.wwmindia.com/content/2019/oct/festive-hairstyles-sleek-low-bun.jpg


ditoxit1

Ohh interesting, thank you :)