Pastel designer sarees for this wedding season
Pastel is the word I hear nowadays when I visit any shopping centers or Bridal stores during this wedding season. So, today I came up with the latest pastel shades of Kanjeevaram bridal sarees.
What are Pastel colors?
Pastel colors are a pale or neutral shade of primary colors. These are considered as tints of Hues. Just add more whites to Hue to get these pastel shades with medium to low saturation.
Peach, Sea Blue, Honey Dew, Lilac, Lavender, Turquoise, Aqua green, Beige, Plum, Misty Rose, Olive Green have mostly used Pastel shades in the fashion world But many more shades of Pastel colors are available.
Brides are going for pastel shades. Nevertheless, the bold and bright color wedding sarees which suit all skin complexions. These pastel shades are never-go-wrong shades for dark complexion. Also, Whatever jewelry, whether a Gold or Diamond or Gemstones, is mostly highlighted on pastel-shaded sarees. So brides and bridesmaids who are unwilling to go for bright shades should try these pastel shades.
Be it a wedding saree or a lehenga, brides choose the pastel shades on their big day, giving beauty with elegance. Pastels are the brilliant option for a grandeur wedding since these Pastel shades blend very well with diamond jewelry.
What do pastels signify?
Joyous moments or occasions that symbolize something new like rebirth, new growth or fresh beginnings – something to rejoice about.
Some meanings attached to pastel colors are:
- Fabric yellow denotes the shining sun as on a bright day in spring against which nothing can depress or in other words, total joy and happiness
- Green talks of Hope, renewal of Faith, rebirth, emotions that infuse a fresh surge of energy after trying moments
- Pink is a new beginning, a healthy fresh start to something, lightheartedness or playfulness.
- Orange represents the dawn of things, be it the day, fresh projects, new relationships etc.
- Lavender is something out of the way, special, coziness, and a warm feel.
- Blue is all about harmony, peace, tranquility, a color that soothes ruffled feelings and calms agitation.
- Turquoise is an extension of blue.
- While pastels not being bright and closer to dull, they fall midway between the tints (bright colors) and the shades (dark colors and hues). When pastel dresses are worn, then having a darker, brighter or more saturated color would provide a delightful contrast that avoids looking washed out.
The body could have pastels in sarees, while the borders and adornments could provide the needed contrast to enhance the appeal.
Pastels also include light and delicate colors in their light hues. Blue-green, lavender, light orange, coral, turquoise in their pale and subdued avatars constitute the modern pastel lot. The last three also go under the Pastel Easter colors.
The Unnati range of Pastel designer sarees and salwar kameez is exploring this trend innovatively. Varieties like Venkatagiri cotton, Kerala cotton, Bengal handlooms, Assam Sico, Tussar silk, Jaipuri Prints, Rajasthan handlooms, Kalamkaris, and a lot more jostle with each other to get the attention of loyal customers and the market. With a reputation in fabrics for over three decades, the Unnati experience has never failed to satisfy.
The Indian wedding scene is never complete without the pink and red-colored bridal sarees and attire. But in recent times, there has been a pleasant turnaround. Pastel designer sarees comparatively not at all bright are worn as bridal attire without compunctions. In fact, the new brides are quite bold and forthcoming in going all out experimenting with pastels.
Shades like lilac and peach have come in as successfully tried-out alternatives. While the effect may not be very dazzling, there is a new freshness to the most appealing look. And the brides still look resplendent!
Pastels saree online at Shangrila designers brighten up your life not so much with the color but more so with their presence. A soothing touch, a calming effect, pastels do away with the hustle and bother leaving only peace to ‘brighten up’ the atmosphere.