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Colorful and vibrant prints scream perfection! From elegant Bandhej prints to modern abstract prints, there are so many designs to choose from. This season, drape yourself in a lovely printed saree and stay ahead of the fashion game. We have handpicked a selection of trendy printed sarees in every print imaginable be it floral print or even digital prints. Check out printed sarees in all colors, be it pastel hues for daywear and rich, dark hues for evening wear. We also have festive wear printed Silk and Chiffon sarees to amp up your party look. Get your hands on a designer inspired printed saree collection online on Meesho!


Define Your Style With Indian Printed Sarees

Every year we see new fashion trends and fresh innovations in ethnic fashion. However, printed sarees are eternally in style. Designers have been experimenting with fabrics and color palettes to create some mesmerizing designs and patterns. These sarees are not only apt for casual and formal wear but, if styled right, they can be worn to parties and functions as well. In India, you will find two types of printed sarees: Hand Printed and Digital Prints.

Hand Printed Saree Designs

Kalamkari Print

‘Kalamkari’ is a form of ancient art originating from Hyderabad in which floral patterns are made on the fabric using natural dyes and a pen. These sarees usually come in earthy colors like brown, grey, brick, etc. The motifs and patterns could be nature-inspired or ethnic. Kalamkari sarees came back into the limelight after decades through runway fashion.

Rajasthani Prints

The tie and dye technique from Rajasthan has given us quite a few varieties of prints. The most popular out of these are Bandhani and Leheriya prints. These prints have been a favorite among Indian women for a long time and continue to wow us even today. These sarees are great for religious functions and festive celebrations.

Hand Block Prints

Another one of India’s ancient crafts, hand block printing is done using wood blocks carved with different patterns. These are then dipped in dye and used to create patterns on the fabric. The intricate, usually floral motifs look alluring on cotton and silk fabric.

Batik Print

Batik art is done using wax and natural dyes. The patterns usually consist of botanical motifs. Batik print sarees can be worn for casual as well as formal events, thus making them one of the most versatile saree designs. Colors like beige, peach, and grey are the most as they carry the patterns very well.

Digital Printed Saree Designs

Abstract Digital Prints

One of the most popular contemporary style trends is abstract print. Digitally printed sarees come in unique designs and patterns ranging from minimalist to elaborate. These are a huge hit among Indian women as they are reasonably priced and easy to style. Georgette, Chiffon, and Satin are the best fabrics for these sarees.

Geometric Digital Prints

Geometric prints came as a refreshing change from the evergreen floral patterns. A geometric print saree would be a great addition to your wardrobe as it will make for a great casual as well as formal ethnic outfit. You can dress it up or down depending on the look you are going for.

Polka Dot Digital Prints

The retro trend of polka dots has now entered ethnic fashion. The combination of black and white is still the most popular but this print world with almost any light and dark hues. You can even get designs that combine different colors to give a vibrant, summery look.

3D Floral Print Sarees

3D prints are all the rage in the current fashion scenario. These sarees usually have prominent floral patterns all over. If you are not entirely confident with the idea of a fully printed saree, pick a design that has prints on the bottom or just along the border in a contrasting color. It’s best to wear these sarees with a plain blouse.

Blouse Designs For Printed Sarees

Printed sarees may be somewhat tricky to style. It’s best to stick to basics when choosing a blouse for these sarees. One of the best tricks to use is, pick out a color from the print of the saree and get a solid blouse in that color. Do not wear a printed blouse unless the pattern matches the saree exactly. A plain blouse with an unconventional neckline and sleeve design is your best bet. Fabrics like velvet, cotton, and lacework well with printed sarees. It’s best to avoid traditional blouse designs and fabrics as they might overshadow the saree itself. Silk and Brocade blouses are not ideal for printed sarees. However, the ‘printed saree with plain blouse look’ is evergreen.

Styling And Accessorizing Printed Sarees

When it comes to styling a printed saree, there is ample scope for experimentation and it is not imperative to follow the general rules. You can go for the current celebrity favorite look of pairing different prints together or stick with the classics. Since printed sarees are lightweight, especially if made of Chiffon or Georgette, you can opt for chunky jewelry pieces like a Choker or a vintage necklace. If you are going for a formal, sophisticated look, pair your saree with artificial stonework jewelry. For handbags and footwear, stick to neutral colors and patterns but play with textures. A leather finish clutch or a faux Suede purse would look great with any printed saree.

Get The Best Prices And Deals On Printed Sarees Online

Printed sarees are universally flattering and available online in a plethora of unique designs. At Meesho you will find printed sarees for every preference and in every price range. From modern digital prints to traditional patterns, you can choose from several varieties without any hassle. So mesmerize the world with your beauty by adding your favorite printed sarees to your collection.

What is the starting price for Printed Sarees?

The typical starting price for Printed Sarees is Rs. 355. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 98218 Printed Sarees on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Printed Sarees?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Printed Sarees: Nauvari Saree For Bride, Yellow Saree With Contrast Blouse, Cotton Silk Sarees, Red Sarees, Kota Sarees,

How can I buy Printed Sarees online?

You can browse over 98218 options for Printed Sarees online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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