Blog - Latest Color trends for sarees in 2018

By System Administrator 2/9/2018 12:37 AM

When we think festive, a lot many choices prop in our minds. From Indo Western gowns to beautiful anarkali, the choices may be endless. But what stands out among all Indian attires is the evergreen saree. The sartorial elegance of a saree has retained its charm through centuries and has evolved in more than one way from one generation to another.

As we can see, beautiful full sleeve and high neck blouses have emerged again on the fashion scene and many designers have embraced the grace and sophistication of past. Another thing that keeps changing and evolving is the different use of colors.

Ash Creations presents its latest collection of designer sarees in Brampton in the most path breaking hues. Let's find out the latest color trends for sarees in 2018.

50 shades of grey 

Grey! As a color of celebration! Are we kidding? Of course not. Grey has been teamed up with gorgeous sarees in the most innovative way by designers. Grey finds a companion in hot pink, black, Royal blue, and ash black. Silver embroidered grey blouse can turn the simplest of saree into a head turning attire.


People who say white isn't for festivities haven't checked out the latest bridal collection by noted Indian Designers. White, silver and white, pearl white, off white, pale white, there are many ways to adorn a white ensemble. Silver heavy embroidered blouse can be teamed up with an off white saree. Or a red blouse with a cream saree with embroidered borders.The possibilities are endless.

Reds and its hues

Vibrant colors are not to be given a miss. The evergreen red with contrasting equally bright colors may just be the thing you need. Pair it with gold and magic is created right then and there. Blues Royal blues hold a special place when it comes to festive attire and sarees are no exception. Royal blue sarees paired with nightly black sequined blouse makes you look like a diva at any occasion. Be party ready with Ash Creations’ remarkable collection of Indian sarees in Toronto.