Red was a hot Fall/Winter color a couple of years back and the trend have passed on to this year too. Since red is more of a classic color, it cannot really be classified as a trend that comes with a bang and eventually fades away. Irrespective of red being hot or not, a red outfit is a must in every woman's wardrobe. This, of course, includes Indian women too and it's almost a fashion law for every Indian woman to possess a red Saree.
Red Sarees are a must-have for every Indian woman, there is no two ways about it. Red Sarees make young and middle-aged Indian woman look indeed beautiful and ethnic. However, it might not be the best choice for older women. Depending upon the fabric preference, a Saree can be picked from a variety of red Sarees such as red georgette Saree, red chiffon Saree, red cotton Saree, red silk Saree, etc. While this season's hot trend is a rather bold and flaming red, this generally suits women with fairer skin tones such as European or American women. When it comes to Asian women, especially Indian women, it's a better option to stick to more muted or deeper shades of red that flatter their wheatish complexion. Women possessing lean and slim body types would look fabulous in crisp cotton red Sarees, red brocade Sarees, red silk Sarees, etc whereas women on the plump side would find themselves more comfortable in breezy red chiffon Sarees, red georgette Sarees, red viscose Sarees, etc. The color red holds an important place in the Indian culture and hence Indian women prefer to wear red Sarees for traditional events, pujas or weddings. However, the traditional all-red look can be quite boring and mundane. Add a dash of style and make a red Saree look even more interesting by introducing a contrast color into the whole ensemble. Opt for a contrast colored Saree Blouse or pick a red Saree featuring contrast colored panels along the border.