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#Trending: Paithani Sarees For Your Muhurtham

BY Meenu | 03 Mar, 2021 | 1456 views | 2 min read

While we have always seen than Kanjeevarams are synonymous with South Indian weddings, we are seeing a slight but a strong shift to other gorgeous hand woven textiles from other parts of our country. While Banarasi has always been a choice for a pre wedding function or a reception, Paithanis have been taking the centre stage now, moreover so for those events for which a Kanjeevaram was the preferred choice.

Paithani sarees lend a touch of royalty to your attire and are a great option if you want to look traditional yet offbeat on your muhurtham. So, here are some stunning Paithani sarees we spotted on real brides! 

Pale Pink

Image Via: Vijayeesam

This is another breathtaking look, where the bride has opted for a pale pink Muhurtham Paithani saree which is elaborate and heavy- which is how we love our Muhurtham sarees!! She has paired it with an embellished contrast blouse and yet added the Paithani border for a complete Paithani look.

Traditional Red

Image Via: Kankatala

This Kankatala bride has chosen a more traditional color heavy Paithani for her Muhurtham and we love the pairing of the contrast embroidered blouse and the statement jewelry- be it the waist belt or the neckpieces.

Bright Pink

Image Via: Pinterest

If you feel that wearing a heavy Paithani and adding antique gold jewelry to it would be out of place, then you are wrong.

Shades Of Gold

Image Via: Reels & Frames

These two brides are total inspo to the fact that heavy South Indian bridal jewelry + heavy Paithani for your Muhurtham is a fab choice!

Blue With Peach Borders

Image Via: Cahaya

If you are thinking of a Paithani but maybe for one of your pre wedding ceremonies, try a more lighter Paithani saree. Or one with just a Paithani border. 

Coordinated With Groom

Image Via: Siro Makeup Studio & Academy

It is not just the brides who are going for Paithani sarees for their Muhurthams. Grooms are opting for elaborate Paithani dhotis with a Paithani dupatta. We love this!

So would you opt for a Paithani for your Muhurtham look? Let us know!!

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