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Who doesn't like depth?? Be it in life or a colour, we humans have a tendency for getting attracted to something that's mysterious, dark and have layers and layers beneath. Maroon is one such colour that has the same effect on human mind. A colour so tenaciously deep and obnoxious that keeps people on edge, it won't be an exaggeration to say that one need one hell of a confident personality to wear a colour so bold. A colour that defies boundaries and is intimidating, which is obviously not expected of a women by the society. Every women who has a mind of her own and believes herself to be the one that doesn't function according to the society's idea, maroon is the colour, be it in a maroon saree or a mini dress.
Why wear a maroon saree??
Maroon is basically a colour that is seen as a hue of red, while it is more bold and anytime more impressionable than red. The tint of blackness adds upto maroons beauty. Even in dictionary maroon is defined as scarlet, that's the one shade between brown and red, though with time just like red, maroon too has found it's shades, ranging from dark reds to bold pinks. When seen in Indian fashion scenario maroon saree is a head turner for obvious authenticity and spark of glamour it carries with itself. The playful nature of it, adds to the mysterious some of it.
Wearing maroon sarees the celebrity way.
The versatility and the plus point of this bold colour is such that you make a statement wherever you go. Be it when worn in an ethnic wear outfit or western wear. Maroon sarees, maroon coloured georgette sarees, kurta, salwar suits, anarkali suits, cocktail dresses, evening gowns, tops, skirts and even maroon shirts have a huge demand among youths and women alike. Celebrities being spotted at Cannes in dazzling maroon colour sarees draped around the edges and cuts, maroon evening gowns and seductively bold dresses are enough to keep the fashion fads on heels, with the millennial women constantly upping on the fashion game. The huge demand of maroon fashion wear be it in maroon sarees or suits is another side of growing body positivity and the women finally coming in terms with their feminity and sex appeal.
Maroon can be gracefully imbibed in any fabric whatsoever, for it is bold and thick for winter purpose while makes a statement when worn in summers. Since it's a hue of red, wearing it at special occasions is seen as a good omen, which makes it a high time favourite among women, for them opting maroon sarees for occasions like weddings, family functions and festivities. Some time back maroon sarees and lehengas quite completely took over the bridal wear scenario with almost every bride opting for a lehenga or a maroon saree. Maroon coloured sarees like that in banarasi, kochi silk and kanjiwaram are seen as most auspicious are mostly prepared in bright hues of maroon, for they look gaudy and ethnic.
And it's not just the bride that has the sole right of everything maroon, even bridesmaids and mother of the bride and groom are open to the idea of maroon sarees in georgette sarees, anarkali suits, lanchas, lehenga choli and skirt choli for an indo-western look. Maroon colour sarees like that in silk, net, chiffon and georgette and anarkali suits are also high in demand on karvachauth and as anniversary gift. A sheer maroon colour saree in net when worn with nude eye makeup and bright maroon lip shade can instantaneously brighten up a dull night and add upto your charm. Anarkali suits which are famous for their fluidity and volume when in maroon becomes quite explosive for their accentuated cuts.
Get Set Go!!
Since online platforms act as a modern day portal to the latest fashion trends and who wore what, it gets quite a less hectic chore to find oneself a maroon saree, anarkali suit, or a georgette sarees in maroon, whichever suits the occasion. Not just the online portals but designers and fashion bloggers too come handy while deciding what style or fabric might suit one better. So once you have decided what fabric, embroidery or design might suit you in maroon saree, click the right filters and bang!! It's yours. So what are you waiting for?? Hurry up before it's gone.