Saturday, February 6, 2016

Unleash the Animal within - Super Trendy Animal Printed Sarees

Okay this is just my prognosis so bear with me if you can.
What humans say they hate or is terrible (only in relation to animals) is not because they really despise the animal but rather it stems from their fear of the animal or fear their capabilities to imitate one. Therefore, “in my opinion only” I believe those who say animal prints on clothes, bags, shoes, etc. are horrendous and ugly have a fear factor going on somewhere in the subconscious. It is their fear of not being able to carry out the boldness of the animal print. One can’t blanket hate animal printed attire or accessories. That does not mean there are really cheap looking products in the market that is where the taste factor pops up. I always say, use your better judgement and do not just follow the trend. Be trendy but not a blind trend follower. Well this aside, I personally adore animal printed clothes and bags and many other things and I find them to be bold and very sassy. Looking back at the history of entertainment reveals many fashionable and icon ladies of the world flaunting animal prints such as the Italian Diva Sophia Loren and so did the British-American classical Hollywood cinema actress Elizabeth Taylor. One of my favourite writers writing about “femme fetale protagonists” which many refer to as the “trashy romance” genre (which I tell you does not exist in reality and they are just too blinded by their blindfold of unacceptance), namely, Jackie Collins used to love sporting in animal prints in all forms and she was a lady who rocked. I am myself a cat person and indeed I am called “Kat” by my friends and it should be no wonder as you get to know me, if at all that is, that I like incorporating the feline element in anything and everything that I do. 

These independent and powerful women loved animal prints. Elizabeth Taylor. Jackie Collins. Sophia Loren

Now you must be wondering how all this could be relevant to my blog. Well, as I always like to remind you all, saree is an ever evolving attire of the East and it has never fallen behind in any respect and it is no different when it comes to animal prints. Ladies with a weakness for animal prints will agree that it is no different in sarees. Sarees being one of the most sensuous attires out there and as versatile as it is, it is no surprise that animal prints would look this great on sarees. 

black saree with sexy cat prints

bright colours with leopard print sari with halter blouse

Neutral palette saree

Georgette print wild print saree

yellow animal prints. muted prints saree

 Satya Paul Animal Print Saree

To be honest, when one thinks of printed sarees, Satya Paul designer sarees is the first recourse and indeed it is no different when it comes to animal printed sarees. For the untamed hearts Satya Paul created some wild prints. The contrasting animal prints in various colours both muted and bold are experimented in Satya Paul designer sarees.   
Gauri looking hot and sexy in Satya Paul Designer Animal printed saree. This saree is for the untamed hearts.
Satya paul designer fiery animal printed saree in orange yellow and black

Pink and black animal printed designer wear saree by Satya Paul Indian designer

Very bold fire yellow and black wild print saree with sexy halter blouse

Mixed print saree
 What Type of Saree Blouse to wear with Animal Print Saree
The best thing about printed sarees is that very little need be done with the blouse. A simple sleeveless blouse or capped sleeve blouse in a solid matching or contrasting colour is all that is needed as the saree is the game player here and a basic solid background in the blouse is required. However, for a lady ready to kill some on-lookers would definitely spruce up the right look if she donned on a sexy halter neck saree blouse.

One shouldn’t think binary when thinking of animal prints and sarees. It needed always be that the saree has to have the animal prints. Just a sexy animal printed saree blouse with a plain solid toned chiffon saree looks great. To sauce it up a bit, the saree can have a matching animal printed border.

Super Sexy leopard print sleeveless blouse with coral pink saree

sexy black blouse back with big neck paired with animal prints in nude colours of brown and beige

Animal Print Sarees need not be in only Leopard or Feline Prints

Leopard prints are not the only options in sarees, zebra prints are also very sexy in black and white. Even combination of leopard and zebra looks amazing. 

Half and half saree with top part black and white zebra print.

Mix of pink leopard print and zebra print in chiffon saree with sexy blouse

Black and white Zebra Printed saree with red highlight

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