Trousers are the easily the ideal choice for women who have to get dressed best to work. But that doesn’t always have to be the case. Ask the modern woman, and she is doing all sorts of experiments with her to-office attire. Most women will argue about the morning hassle to dress a saree and the freedom they find in wearing a pair of trousers. But times are changing and work-women of all age group are exploring the practicalities of wearing sarees for work.
It’s so common to stare at your wardrobe every morning and think of what to wear. Draping a saree can be a graceful way to create the perfect balance between everything that makes you the modern woman. This outfit doesn’t have to be entirely formal, but it doesn’t have to be entirely traditional too. It can go way somewhere between the two and look stunning, feminine and office-ready too.
Your saree can be roomier than trousers. Shed the age old misconceptions about this outfit. It’s not complicated, nor is it complex to handle. The only time it seems difficult is when it’s not draped properly. When draped and pinned the right way and at the right places, it’s both adorable and easy to handle.
Sarees were not made to make things cumbersome, but to make them graceful and comfortable to wear. You thought your trousers are the best thing when it comes to the effective management of leg space. Wear a saree the right way, and you will know what proper leg space means. All those pleats are there for a reason – the graceful elegance when walking is just one of them. They play the role of the spring that provides all the room required for moving your legs.
Wear a pair of trousers and go to office. You will be at meetings, events, client meets, and what not. But a saree can bring poise and grace that no set of formal wear can bring on the table. As long as you know what colour to wear and what fabric, and the right accessories – you can never get it wrong.
Wearing a saree to office makes you much more than just a colleague. You are also living in the full consciousness of being a woman and being accepted as such. If you ever had any second thoughts about it, it is time to change it.