Looking for a perfect red sari this Karva Chauth? We picked out 10 of the coolest red saris on the internet today. Saris are no longer just about tradition, and Karva Chauth is also about dressing up and showing off your individual style. From Benarasi to pre-stitched drapes, there’s a lot to choose from if you’re looking to experiment and mix-and-match this festive season. These are the only red saris for Karva Chauth you should be looking at.
Here’s our edit of the best red saris for Karva Chauth 2020 –
Trend: The simple gota Patti sari
Our pick: The Anita Dongre Raya Sari
Styled by @radhikamehra
A simple red sari with a delicate border is all you need to make your Karva Chauth look timeless. Embroidered with gota patti, dori, pearls, zardosi, sequins, cut dana and zari work, this sari can really make your look sparkle.
Trend: The graphic pre-stitched sari
Our pick: Vedika M’s Hand Brush Painted Pre Stitched sari
If you hate heavy, drape-y options, go for one that’s pre-stitched like this Vedika. M sari that’s almost like a dress. The colour is not bright red, but rust is an equally compelling shade to experiment within your wardrobe.
Trend: Bright floral sari
Our pick: Ruffled sari from Prints by Radhika
Trust Komal Matta Kapoor to style the most popular sari on Instagram beautifully. Worn by the likes of Masoom Minawala, Komal Pandey, and Aashna Shroff, this floral beauty from Prints by Radhika is a great drape to invest in this season.
Trend: Belted cocktail saree
Our pick: Belted sari by Charu and Vasundhara
The model is wearing a red hand embroidered ruffle sari with a fully embellished blouse and belt from the label’s latest collection Urja. It’s an easy-breezy sari with minimal sequin work and can double up as a cocktail sari too.
Trend: Benarasi sari
Our pick: Red saris on denims by Sagar Sarees
We’ve always noticed that Sagar Sarees features the most in every blogger’s sari story and decided to take a look at the wide array of options they have. Influencer Shereen Bharwani has used a traditional Benarasi and gave it a modern twist by draping it beautifully with denims – fusion wear, here we come.
Trend: Wispy saris
Our pick: Prerna Goel’s Ruar saree
Trend: Parsi drapes
Our pick: Maia Sethna in a red drape by Ashdeen
Designer Ashdeen Lilaowala is known for his delicate designs and effortless drapes, and this red sari with white Parsi embroidery is a winner this festive season.
Trend: Trendy motifs
Our pick: Engine red sari by House of Masaba
The queen of quirk, Masaba keeps it stunning with simple foil-print saris that are effortless and easy to sport. Combine them with any blouse and they work.
Trend: Effortless chiffon
Our pick: Arpita Mehta’s easy-going drapes
Saachi Bhasin keeps it stunning a berry blurred polka print, classic tiered ruffle sari with berry & gold hand embroidered blouse — it’s such a simple silhouette by Arpita Mehta and speaks volumes about individual style.
Trend: Heavy embroidery
Our pick: Rajkot sari by Ritu Kumar
The Rajkot sari in timeless red with intricate embroidery is inspired by the heritage motifs of the Indian subcontinent and you can pick it up at Ritu Kumar.