Alia Bhatt is a name that conjures up images of her iconic appearances, blockbuster films, and unmissable charming dimples. Despite beginning her film journey in 1999 with her father, Mahesh Bhatt's "Sangharsh," this resplendent actress found her entrance into the realm of Bollywood under the direction of none other than the luminary, Karan Johar. We have witnessed an extraordinary transformation in her vogue and sartorial sensibilities, from her debut in "Student Of The Year" (2012) to her remarkable portrayal of ‘Gangu’ in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus, "Gangubai Kathiyawadi," in 2022. She managed to pull off everything, from her entrance bedecked in graceful dresses and modishly casual attire to her appearances in magnificent designer sarees and lehengas.
Alia has adorned herself with glamorous drapes in her recent Instagram posts and public appearances, exuding an adeptness for fashion. From her role as Gangu in "Gangubai Kathiyawadi" to Rani in "Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani," and even as a bridesmaid in her best friend's wedding, the saree has been her preferred attire to captivate hearts with her gracious allure.
In a recent Instagram post, Alia was spotted wearing a gorgeous Banarasi Bandhej saree. Featuring an ombre interplay of pink and green hues, the saree is lavishly decorated with Bandhej motifs meticulously woven in zari. Her nude makeup look along with the elegant maang tikka added to her unrivalled aesthetic appeal.
But what struck us most about this look is how it is a shining example of smart millennial dressing for a day wedding. With its lush and lightweight georgette, festive hues and gilded motifs, the saree is a winning pick for balmy festive days when you just want to skip the voluminous lehengas and heavy suits. Paired with minimal jewellery, a neat blouse and a chic hairdo, this one is a minimal dresser’s dream!
An Aesthetic Synonymous With Alia’s Banarasi Bandhej
Our Bandhej Sarees looks very similar to Alia's. This exquisite handloom saree is a pure Georgette fabric luxuriously adorned with a captivating interplay of dark pink and mint green colours. Decorated with intricate Bandhej patterns in gold zari, this drape is sure to turn heads. Wear these Banarasi saree with nude makeup and a messy bun. Complete the look with statement gold-plated jewellery that features mint green stones and rubies that keep you hooked on its appeal. You can also cop Alia’s look by wearing just the maang tika instead of opting for a necklace set.
A Perfect Blend of Bold and Beautiful
A Combination of Subtlety and Glamour
Our Orange Handloom Pure Georgette Banarasi Bandhej Saree With All Over Zari Jaal is another enchanting masterpiece. The alluring Bandhej designs, intricate gold zari work, and lightweight Georgette saree make it appear dreamier than ever. You can pair this one-of-a-kind saree with a dark pink blouse and statement earrings to steal the show.
If you are not a fan of the dual-coloured ombre masterpieces, these solid-coloured Banarasi Bandhej drapes will surely steal your hearts.
A Green Masterwork
A Ravishing Red Statement Piece
For you newlyweds, this resplendent Red Handloom Pure Georgette Banarasi Bandhej Saree With Cutwork Weave is a gorgeous piece for all your festive firsts. Crafted in soft lush georgette with a Bandhej jaal in zari, it is traditional and glamorous in equal parts. Pair the saree with a sleeveless blouse in matching red or a contrasting metallic hue and complete the look with a stack of gold and red bangles, statement jhumkas and a bold bindi.
Banarasi Bandhej is an artwork only the discerning ones have an eye for. Let the fashionista in you take centre stage with these alluring drapes and become the showstopper everywhere you go. Browse through our range of Banarasi Bandhej sarees and add the best to your stylised traditional-wear collection now.
Author: Simran Shaikh