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Trendy Saree With Jacket Styles That You Simply Must Try 

The saree continues to be one of the most loved garments worn by women across India. Available in different materials and styles, designers have regularly added their special touches to the saree to give it more glamour and oomph, and one such special touch is the saree with jacket. 

We are not talking about simply donning a western blazer over a saree. Picture a jacket blouse for saree that has been exclusively designed for the saree; the boho design, shoulder cape style, long and short jacket designs, and other jacket designs will transform your simple saree look into a voguish one.

So, if you haven’t tried a saree with jacket or have tried it and are still unsure, allow us to present you with a few different ideas, styles, and designs to show you why we believe a jacket with your saree could be the perfect look for you.

List of Saree With Jacket Styles

Below are 10 of the most popular and chic jackets worn with sarees. From the plain to the sophisticated, if paired well, it is a good outfit choice for weddings or any other major celebration, especially during the winter months.  

1. Cape style jacket 

The shoulder cape jacket is loose and billowy in design and is pretty similar to a poncho. You can pair your saree with a cape in a contrasting colour, or choose to wear the saree and cape in the same colour, where the cape has some rich embroidery for added effect. 

2. Boho style saree jacket

This eclectic saree design jacket features vibrant colours, funky patterns, and textures.  For those aiming for a casual or I-don’t-care look, this is for you. To bring out the ‘boho-ness of the jacket, pair it with a plain solid colour saree.

3. Long saree with jacket

Wearing a long jacket with your saree will look as stylish as wearing it with a pant or a skirt suit.  A modern saree with long jacket can be paired with a saree made in raw silk or georgette as it will flow better. 

4. Saree with a short jacket

A short jacket will add a more youthful and fun vibe to your saree. You can decide how short you want the jacket to be, till the hips or just below the bust. Art silk, georgette or chiffon are good fabrics for the jacket as it will fall better

5. Embroidered jacket

Embroidered jackets are quite the style statement.  A few popular designs are whitework embroidery,  candlewicking embroidery, patchwork embroidery, and shadow work embroidery. Many brides opt for this modish look; a jacket heavily embroidered around the collar, front, and sleeves paired with a pure silk saree. 

6. Floral print jacket

The biggest rage this year was the floral print jacket.  Flowers in all shapes and sizes make the jacket look fun and elegant. Since the jacket is loaded with colour, opt for a saree in a plain solid colour and one without any kind of embellishment. Choose floral motifs or corresponding colours from the jacket as your saree colour. 

7. High low saree with jacket

The high-low saree jacket is another fun and fashionable option to consider. Like the name suggests, the jacket is short in the front and slightly longer behind. A perfect choice for those who are conscious of their rear end and want to keep it covered. To ace this look, opt for a high embroidered jacket in velvet and a plain solid colour saree in chiffon, georgette, or raw silk.

8. Trailing embellished jacket

This jacket is one of the most elegant and stylish designs. Similar to a bridal veil, this jacket gently trails behind you. So the fabric you choose should be a light one, preferably made in net, and sporting pretty embroidery at the collar, front jacket, and sleeve vents. 

9. Chinese and Mandarin collar jackets

The Chinese collar is another popular design to consider for a saree jacket, as it suits all body types. If you are game to try this look, then opt for a long Mandarin collared jacket, with embroidery on the collar, jacket front, and sleeve vents.

10. Denim saree with jacket

For those who want to go for the ultra-casual look then a denim jacket is a good choice. Choose a denim jacket with a little embroidery or sequins and wear it with a pastel-coloured saree. 

The Saree with Jacket Style is here to stay

The saree jacket offers you several looks—casual, formal, and executive. With sarees available in so many materials, pure silk, art silk, chiffon, georgette, net, and velvet, you can design one or two jackets, preferably in pastel colours, and team them with different sarees.  Now that you know the different saree with jacket designs and styles, choose your favourite look and rock it.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Saree with Jacket

Can we wear a jacket with a saree?

Yes. Jackets with sarees have become a rage over the last few years.  But when you think of jackets, don’t assume you can wear a jacket made for western clothes with your saree. Rather, visualise one that has been designed to wear exclusively with a saree, one with embroidery or sequins, made with net or velvet that will complement and enhance your ethnic look.

Can I wear a blazer with a saree?

Yes, you can wear a blazer with a saree.  However, wearing a western blazer with your saree will give you an executive look. Customise your blazer to compliment your saree by choosing a jacket with embroidery on the collar, front, and sleeve vents. This way, you will look elegant yet well put-together.

What winter wear can be paired with a saree?

If you are living in an area with a mild or severe winter then donning a saree may leave you shivering in the cold. Wearing a bulky sweater will definitely subdue the effect of your saree. A few options to sizzle your look while keeping your body warm at the same time are trench coats, silk coats, velveteen jackets, and denim jackets.  Ensure you choose colours that complement your saree.