Accentuate your Wardrobe with bollywood inspired vintage style saree

Accentuate your Wardrobe with bollywood inspired vintage style saree

Certainly, India's fashion sector is flourishing. As time goes on, new styles emerge in the world of fashion. As a counterpoint to the industry's wild fluctuations, vintage style clothing is having a major moment.

There has been a recent explosion in the popularity of retro style, and many retailers have begun carrying vintage-inspired lines. Nowadays, retro fashion is more popular than ever. The desire for rapid fashion and the overproduction of commodities are both lowered by consumers and businesses buying vintage style dresses.

The styles of the 1950s and 1960s served as inspiration for this line of retro garments. It's like having a time machine that takes you back to the age in question. You need to hone your sense of style and learn to dial down the vintage style. Even while fashion fads come and go, certain timeless pieces, including black shift dresses, leopard swing coats, and silk flowery tops, stay popular. You may also update your closet with timeless staples from the past, such as t-shirts, denim jackets, and headwear. Simply by adding denim, a piece of old clothing may be updated to seem more current. It is sufficient to wear a denim skirt, jeans, or jacket.

There are several retro outfits and patterns, inspirations to be found throughout Bollywood's current looks and fashion. Some instances of Bollywood are shown below.

Polka Dots

Polka Dots

When it comes to vintage style dresses in Bollywood, this is the most sought-after era. The '60s trend of polka dot designs has persisted until the present day. The actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas donned a polka dot saree on more than one occasion. That outfit is also a good choice to wear to theme parties.

Fancy Floral Sarees

Fancy Floral Sarees

Wearing gorgeous flowers is a certain way to get a vintage appearance. It's quite improbable that you aren't already completely smitten with them.

You can't do better than these sarees if you're planning on attending a formal event and want to wear a sari. The floral embroidery  and pastel colours give these sarees a classic look that is both gorgeous and refined.

Some of the sexiest women in Bollywood might serve as inspiration for a throwback style. Saris with soft pastel colours and floral  patterns. It's a fan favourite because of its luxurious silk border and edging.

Ruffle Sarees With Bold Blouses

Ruffle Sarees With Bold Blouses

Women in the past were not shy about expressing their natural beauty. Do you remember those sleeveless blouse patterns with ruffle sarees? However, you can be experimental with blouses. Adding polka dots, tiny laces, collars, and puffs to a basic blouse creates a retro outfit as well as a nostalgic feeling. Do what you want with them as a model. Also, actresses like Kangana Ranaut and Sonam Kapoor are spotted wearing ruffle sarees with such blouses.

If you want to seem like a throwback at your next party, pick out a georgette  saree and get a blouse made especially for you. 

Vintage Style Prints 

Vintage Style Prints

Prints are enduring works of art. Although they never fell completely out of vogue, weaves, embroideries, and textures gradually began to gain popularity. To my delight, prints are seeing a strong revival. Thanks to a reversal in vintage trends, easygoing patterns that are both functional and handy are once again fashionable. A few of the B-town ladies, including Sonakshi and Sharddha, were photographed donning printed lehengas at a recent celebration.

Putting together a smart, expensive ensemble with nothing but designs may seem like too much effort to you. Instead, you may attempt covering up the prints with embellishments. Colour coordination is fashionable, but novel additions like ribbon flowers and fabric buttons are also popular. To get started, try looking for a beautiful saree in a classic style, such as one in a muted earth tone, such as beige, and embroidered with fabric designs that make you feel like you're in a dream.

Get A Monochrome Look 

Get A Monochrome Look

What is the first thing that springs to mind when you think of a retro look? Do you like black and white movies? The dreamlike quality of black-and-white film is strongly associated with the retro aesthetic. So, it's hardly surprising that this colour scheme has exploded in popularity recently. Isnt, black and white stunning and ubiquitous?

Indeed, it is lovely and reminiscent, taking us back to simpler times. It's common knowledge that a black and white saree is a classic and beautiful choice that can be dressed up or down for any event.

The saree is not only an integral part of Indian culture, but also an iconic piece of retro fashion. Wear old garments, yet accessorise with contemporary pieces and shoes. 


What is the difference between vintage and retro fashion?

The term "vintage" has been around for a little while longer than "retro." Unlike antique objects, which might be 100 years old, retro things are seldom older than 1950. It's true that the terms vintage and retro both apply to things from different eras of the 20th century.

What is considered vintage style?

The term "vintage" is a slang term for any garment that is many decades old. Conventional wisdom holds that an object is "vintage" if it was produced between the years 1930 and 1900 and is in excellent condition and is a clear reflection of the prevailing fashions of that time period.

How do you start vintage style?

To be more vintage style, you should first be clear about what decade you want to apt. Know if you want to blend contemporary and vintage style. And then choose the statement outfits and create them by adding some of your personality. 

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