How To Wear Sarees With Belts – When it comes to ethnic wear, nothing can beat the supremacy sarees hold. Sarees are traditional ethnic wear that has come a long way. One saree fashion trend that has us go gaga over it, is sarees with belts. Belts are usually worn with western outfits but we love the pairing of belts with eastern outfits. Sarees with belts are a classy look that goes with every occasion.
Sarees with belts are a sassy combination; they bring you a formal and trendy look while keeping your saree in place. Thus, belts are not just decorative but also functional. Sarees bring beauty, ethnicity, royal vibes, and because of this. Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi women have endless love for sarees. But, people are fond of sarees abroad too. So, are you looking for some latest sarees with belts ideas? Or, do you wish to know how can you achieve the finest looks in sarees with belts? Well, we have this all sorted out for you. Stay focused as we have got some amazing fashion-forward sarees with belts ideas for you.
How to Wear Sarees With Belts?
Sarees are the ultimate love of every brown woman. One of the modern ways to wear sarees is to style them with belts. Belts are not a new addition to the saree look. In fact, they are traditionally called Kamarband and are worn by many brides. Now we see a variety of belts with a modern twist. So, get ready to display your sense of fashion by creating an Indo western look that works well no matter where you go. Get the latest saree blouse design with these sarees with belts and slay the day!
Tips For Rocking Sarees With Belts
- Don’t know how to drape a saree? Go through our How to Wear Saree Tutorial-Step By Step Guide to Drape Saree to learn the art of weaing a saree.
- The type of belt you need for your saree depends on the occasion. If it’s a festive or wedding ocassion, you might want to pick jewelled belts. Whereas, you can go for leather or designer belts for formal events.
- Complement your belt with the rest of your outfit. Make sure the belt enhances the overall look without taking much attention from the saree.
- If you don’t want to experiment then simply match your sarees belt with its blouse.
- You can adjust any kind of belt with your saree. However, there are few things to keep in mind. First one is to check out what blouse designs are on top of trends. Second, pick the type of belt depending on event. Thrid, make sure the belt gives a nice touch to the saree.
- Blouse is the most important part of your saree. Make sure you get the right one for you. It should have a nice fabric, fitting, and design to make your saree look attractive.
- Your saree needs to have a nice fitting. If it doesn’t, then pin up as much as required because proper fitting is all that matters to look great. When you are done with draping the saree, make sure you pin up your belt properly. It should stay in place otherwise your outfit would look ill-fitted.
↓ 30 – Sonam Kapoors Denim Saree
If you think that the traditional tan-hued belt only goes with western outfits, then this is the time to think again. Here we have got a uniquely styled saree paired with the belt. Denim saree is a mixture of traditional Indian clothing and a modern draped saree. Sonam Kapoor looks stunning in this saree which has a classy turtleneck blouse and flared trouser-style bottoms. The outfit gives off uber-stylish vibes. The tan-hued belt and loafers make it a beautifully put-together look.
↓ 29 – Silver Metal Belt With Saree
↓ 28 – Wide Belts
An orange saree paired with a wide yellow belt that radiates positive energy. Keep it minimal with a plain saree and let the belt do its magic. Saree is draped a bit different from usual ones and I love how the belt enhances the outfit and provides much-needed support to keep the saree in place. Throw in an elegant pair of earrings and a wide bracelet for a classy look.
↓ 27 – Floral Sarees With Fabric Belts
Printed floral sarees bring light and breezy vibes. The saree comes in a pretty pastel pink colour with flowers printed all over it. Broad neck blouse and perfectly fitted saree accentuate the curves. A belt of the same material finishes off the outfit with elegance. Lastly, straight hair and smokey eyes with soft make-up create a jaw-dropping look.
↓ 26 – Elegant Printed Belted Saree
↓ 25 – Traditional Sarees With Belts
Do you have to wear a traditional saree but also wish to keep up with the belted saree trend? Then, here’s a look for you. A traditional Indian saree with a blouse that has a cutout belt within the blouse. The whole look is perfect for pujas or any other festive day when you want to keep it traditional and classy.
↓ 24 – Classy Black Belts For A Fusion Look
↓ 23 – Designer Belts With Sarees
↓ 22 – Sarees With Belts And Jackets
↓ 21 – Sarees With Belts As Formal Wear
Who said long coats can’t be paired with sarees? Here we bring you a sophisticated look created with long coats over a saree. I love how elegant this outfit is. Black and white are classy colours for formal looks but look great no matter where you go. A slim black belt keeps the saree and coat in place creating an outfit that works for both daytime and night-time. The subtle make-up and statement red lip further enhance the overall look.
↓ 20 – Bold Black Saree Look
Not a fan of jackets over sarees for business dinner? It’s alright. We have got another look for you. Here we have a beautiful black saree with printed triangle borders. We have paired this beautiful saree with a see-through turtleneck blouse and a slim blue colour belt in this outfit inspiration. Complete the look with a pair of trainers, a messy ponytail, and statement earrings. That’s all you need to do and you will have a classy and easygoing outfit.
↓ 19 – Jacket Blouse With High Waisted Belts
↓ 18 – Tan Obi Belt
↓ 17 – Plain Saree For A Casual Look
↓ 16 – Silk Sarees With Belts
A thin belt like this looks elegant. The same coloured belt gets its job done without taking away attention from the saree. A satin silk saree needs a little to work to make it stay in place and what’s a better option than a belt? Belt gives a nice touch and does its job perfectly. The balloon sleeve blouse looks incredible. Overall, a great look to recreate for your upcoming party or event when you wish to look stylish and elegant.
↓ 15 – Draping Duppata With Saree
One unique way to style your saree is to drape a dupatta with it and use a belt to keep them in place. This outfit is just stunning. Perfect for family events or pujas when you want something minimal and sober. I love the colour of the dupatta and its pairing with the saree. Who would have thought yellow dupatta and grey and white saree could look this good? Hence, when choosing a dupatta to drape with your saree. Try different dupattas with your saree and see which one looks the best. This is a super elegant saree design so get it made asap!
↓ 14 – Pleated Saree With Embellished Belt
↓ 13 – Sarees For Festive Seasons
Sarees are a classic choice for festive seasons. With the right saree, you can rock any occasion. Using belts with them is a trendy way to make a style statement. Here we have this beautiful yellow saree with a golden belt. The same detailing on the pallu and belt make it look more put-together. Also, an off-shoulder sweetheart neck blouse gives the saree a glamorously modern touch. The bright yellow colour is perfect for the Haldi functions or for summer events. I love how these sarees with belts mix traditional and chic styles, creating a classy look.
↓ 12 – What To Wear With Zari Belt
Here we bring a beautiful belted saree for all black lovers. A ruffled saree with a zari belt makes it an elegant outfit. I believe this is a classy black look that doesn’t need any further jewellery. Just throw in some jhumkas and make a pretty hairstyle or leave it open and you are ready to dazzle.
↓ 11 – Boho Chic Look
The colour of this saree is enough to steal the show. Ruffled sarees are on top of the trend right now and the delicate design on the neck and sleeves gives it a stunning look. Moreover, I love this boho-chic belt paired with the beautiful saree. The belt here adds a wow element to the saree. Also, soft glam make-up makes it an attractive look.
↓ 10 – Chanderi Sarees With Belts
↓ 9 – Saree Blouse With Embroidered Belts
Slay all day in this pretty saree. I love the colour combination of this saree. How can we not talk about the beautifully embroidered belt? As pretty as this saree is, this is a bit of a heavy look. Perfect for wedding season or for days when you wish to have a charismatic look. Intrinsic design and embroidery on the saree make it heavy to carry but they catch the eye of a person instantly. The design of the sleeves brings a fancy glam look.
↓ 8 – How To Wear Sarees With Corsets
Kangana Ranaut truly reflects her bold and royal personality in this matching golden corset and saree. Corsets are usually worn with western wear but there is no such rule. You can definitely rock corsets with sarees. They bring a stunning vibe to the overall look. Not only do corsets with sarees look chic but they give a slim and graceful shape to your saree. So, if you want to try something different and unusual I would suggest you go for a corset with a saree look.
↓ 7 – Cocktail Party Look
↓ 6 – Designer Sarees With Belts
↓ 5 – Co-ordinated Belt
In belted saree collections, the coordinated belts seem to be on the top. Not only do they look great but you also don’t have to waste too much of your time in selecting the right belt. Thus, here we have another breezy look for you. An all-pink saree with a belt looks feminine and elegant. An absolute win!
↓ 4 – Peach Pink Sarees With Belts
↓ 3 – Madhuris Dazzling Red Look
↓ 2 – Matching Saree
↓ 1 – Heavily Embellished Waist Belt
I love the vibrant colour of this saree. This has to be one of the best looks from the traditional sarees list. A beautiful bridal look will definitely get everyone’s attention. Traditional kamarband, coordinated jewellery, hairstyle, the make-up, and how can we forget the saree. Everything looks so beautiful and put together.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How to choose a belt for your saree?
Ans. Many brands offer belts with sarees. But, if you are to choose one for your saree then there are various ways to do that. For instance, you can match the belt with the blouse of your saree. You can also get the same belt as the border of your saree. If it’s a fusion saree or a western one, consider wearing metal belts or designer belts. If you’re wearing a net saree, you can get a matching blouse.
Q: What fabric should I choose for belted sarees?
Ans. Sarees come in many fabrics. The fabric you choose depends on various factors such as the occasion, whether or not you want something lightweight or heavy, and also your body type. If the saree is for daily use, then cotton and georgette would be best as both of these fabrics are lightweight and easy to drape. For an event, you might want to choose silk, chiffon, net, or linen. Belts can be worn with any saree fabric. Notice that in our 30 belted sarees, different fabrics are used and look beautiful in each one of them.