• December 1, 2023

Saree Jacket Design Ideas: Glamorous and Unique Styles for Every Occasion

Saree Jacket Design Ideas For Every Occasion

Saree jackets are a must-have in every saree lover’s wardrobe. They add a touch of glam and class to the saree and look regal as well as unique.

They come in a variety of designs and can be embroidered or plain. You can choose from a wide variety of back open designs as well.

1. Fringe Jacket

This women’s fringe jacket has a casual look that pairs well with most outfits. It is also lightweight, so it’s perfect for chilly fall days.

This denim fringe jacket has beautiful rhinestone fringe on the front yoke and down the sleeves. It also features a point collar and metallic button front. It is made from our signature softer-than-ever Generation fabrication and is ideal for wearing over a crop tee.

2. Lace Jacket

Add a modern touch to your saree look with this elegant lace jacket. The stylish jacket is adorned with sequins, pearls and lace appliques. It is perfect for weddings and other formal events.

Tip: When sewing lace fabric, check which way it stretches and mark the line on the pattern that represents the direction of greatest stretch. This helps in avoiding stitches pulling out of place.

3. Cape Jacket

This cape style jacket is perfect for adding a stylish touch to your saree and is especially suitable for silk saree blouses. It gives a dressier look and goes well with any type of saree for party wear.

The mesh fabric used in the Cape Town feels softer and more comfortable than many other mesh jackets. It also seems to allow more air flow than other mesh jackets I’ve tried.

4. Cardigan Jacket

A cardigan jacket is a must-have in every girl’s wardrobe. It’s easy to take on and off as the temperature changes throughout the day and can dress up any outfit.

Many people confuse cardigans with sweaters but there is a big difference between the two. A sweater is a garment that opens from the front while a cardigan has a button front design.

5. Shrug Jacket

A shrug, which is also known as a bolero, is an excellent choice for women who want to add a feminine touch to their silk or party wear sarees. It suits lean arms and offers a graceful, professional look.

The chic piece looks great with empire-waist dresses, and paired with denim it can elevate a casual outfit into one of elegance. It is perfect for a black-tie event or charity gala.

6. Chaar Chand Jacket

A gold jacquard Nehru jacket adorned with embroidery adds chaar chand to plain sherwanis. Style it with a white kurta-pyjama and welcome festive vibes. Wear it on your Haldi or your bestie’s for a classic and gorgeous look. Besides, it also looks amazing on men at other formal and semi-formal events. Grab it now!

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7. Jacket with Pearls

This sport coat-style jacket is an easy way to add a bit of fashionable playfulness to your outfit. It crops around your waist, while large puffy shoulders and sleeves add a classic vintage wash to the piece.

Made with a little elastane for movement, this jacket is the lightweight style that every millennial needs. Pair it with a solid or printed georgette or silk saree.

8. Jacket with Embroidery

Emroidery is often seen on polo shirts, but it can also create a classy effect on jackets. Embroidered jackets make great promotional items and can help your company stand out in a crowd.

This blouse style is perfect for women with lean arms. It can be paired with both plain and designer sarees.

9. Jacket with Lace

Modern yet traditional saree jacket designs like this one are an excellent choice for those who want to look sexy and chic. It features a simple blouse design and white floral lace.

This saree jacket has a back neck style and embroidered sleeves. Pair it with a synthetic or cotton saree for your next event. This is an excellent choice for those who are sceptical about going sleeveless.

10. Jacket with Button Details

This jacket is perfect for lean women and gives a simple but beautiful look. It will work well with embroidered and plain sarees.

The waist button sits underneath the natural waistline and creates a long V shape on the jacket. The top button is optional when standing and the middle one should always be fastened. The bottom button should never be fastened.

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