No lady can go wrong with sari !! No matter  What is your profession? Where do you live?  What is your age? If you are a woman, saree is there for you.But the only thing you should consider is wearing right saree, which suits your body profile, color and age. Pin-Up your saree at work place to get decant professional look. Don’t wear too bold or gaudy saree in office.

If your complexion is fair ,Bright colored sarees will make you look more beautiful for example, light pink, white, offwhite, yellow, peach and other Untitled-2pastel shades at work.Also Fair complexion ladies can experiment with any fabric and color of saree.If your complexion is tan or dark then You should try sarees in dark colors like, dark purple, dark pink ,maroon, green .In fact you can anything because dark color women look beautiful and sexy in any outfit. And keep one thing in mind “black beauty is the trend of the hour” have confidence in yourself, you will look beautiful and gorgeous in whatever you will wear.Dusky women always look more charismatic than fair color women; for example bollywood actress, Kajol, Lara Dutta, Priyanka Chopra, Bipasha Basu, Rani Mukherjee or Deepika Padukone, and Sameera Reddy have so much appealing look.Untitled-1

Whenever you choose sarees for office purposes choose light prints or patterns. Bold and big designs create distraction at workplace and are not suited at all. Avoid sequin work,zari work,  and neon colors and oranges and bright red, as they are more suited for special wedding or  festive occasions. It is upon your sense of judgment what makes you look presentable at work. Anything bright is attractive but may not suited for the environment of an office.You can select your office wardrobe from BHARATPLAZA latest saree collections.Hope These Tips Will Help You Ladies to select the best !! Let us know…

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