Shilpa Shetty Sarees Online

Shilpa Shetty Sarees Online

The breathtaking beige saree which is named after Shilpa Shetty is a total show stealer. The artificial georgette fabric blends well with the beige colour and is well balanced with the works contained therein. Floral patterns and Peacock patterns are fresh and have been employed in an innovative way in this saree. The striped designer border fits well in the picture and enhances the total idea. Dual tones have been used through the embroidery in each shade boosting the ethnic looks and the elegance of the rather sober saree. The peacock has been symbolized in a rather innovative way with its feathers lined neatly at the back. The brown and green threads that have been used for the peacock and floral patterns are in harmony with the beige body of the saree. The saree comes with a matching blouse material that is well stitched with short sleeves and deep v neck.

The saree is hence balanced in its elements. The border has a combination of dark green and dark brown colours on which zari threads run to create an innovative and pleasant border. The twines are rather thin and have leaves whose embroidery is spiral from outside to inside. While gold and brown pair to form a dual tone on the stem of the twine, dark green and light green forms dual tone on the leaves. The pair of peacock would have the beholders eyes totally arrested because the birds have been handled in a very fresh imagination. The peacocks face each other with the embroidery parallel throughout the design. The grace of the birds and that of the saree has been maintained intact.

The curves in these patterns are very accurate. The creativity of the designer has been aptly materialized by the craftsman. Gold and black metal jewelry could be used with the saree. Kangans with red and green stones should complete the ethnic looks of the saree. Neck could be done with beautiful studded necklace with white and red stones with a pendant preferably in peacock pattern. The saree is best accessorized with beige purses and slippers. Green or brown accessories would look bold with the saree. Hair could be braided into neat Indian plaits with a string of jasmines to complete the royal and ethnic looks of the saree.