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As a to-be bride, you have to have your fair share of Indianwear outfits ready whether you wear them on your wedding functions, post-wedding outings or traditional functions. For such moments, we recommend that you have lighter Indianwear outfits in your wardrobes such as saris and Indo-western outfits. And, talking about saris, what is trending right now is a mirror work sari. Ladies, mirror work is the right amount of formal, looks elegant, and is very fun to wear. Scroll below to see the different types of mirror work saris that you can invest in for your wedding trousseau or your intimate wedding function.

Latest Mirror Work Saree Designs

This Abhinav Mishra White Sari

Well, if you don’t mind wearing white post your wedding, then something like this mirror work sari with heavy mirror work on the pallu is a must-have. Ladies, it will look exceptionally good on you and if you put on heavy makeup, you’re surely going to make one hell of a statement!

Mirror Work on the Border

Mirror work can come across as flashy and heavy which is why having too much of it on your bridal outfit may not be the best thing. That’s why to balance the overall look, we recommend something like these saris with mirror work just on the border.

Panelled Mirror Work Sari

Another great way to incorporate mirror work and that too heavily is by getting it put in the panel design and going for a comparatively subtler colour. Trust us, this combination will go so well that you’ll be the talk of the town!

A Bridal Mirror Work Sari

If as a newly wedded wife, you’re looking for a traditional sari but don’t want to be too traditional, then why not opt for something similar to this bridal red sari with mirror work on the thick border? This is festive, formal and simply gorgeous!

Pastel Sari with Heavy Mirror Work 

The scallop border is a relatively newer trend in bridal wear but it's already loved by so many brides. If you too are a fan of this design then simply merge scallops with mirror work!

Looking for a golden mirror-work saree? Check out this beautiful saree design that is perfect for your reception party. #WBTip: To get an elegant look pair a bridal bun and soft makeup with your shimmery golden mirror-work saree. 

Pretty Pink Saree With Mirror Work 

Another wonderful way of getting mirror work on your sari without worrying about it being too heavy is by getting the work done in patches on your sari just like this real bride has with her mirror work sari. We also spotted the Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit Nene donning this beautiful fuchsia tie dye georgette saree by Akanksha Gajria. 

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Lime Green Sari With Mirror Work

If you want to wear a bold and loud colour such as lime green, mirror work can help tone down the loudness and bring a tad traditional element to your sari!

We say that you go for something similar!

Shradha Kapoor’s Subtle Mirror Work Sari with Embroidery

If mirror work ain’t cutting it for you, you can always go with a very sleek border with mirror work and have embroidery work on the entire sari just like this stunning yellow sari donned by Shraddha Kapoor!

Mirror Work in Lines Please!

For another bold sari option, we present to you this one-of-a-kind mirror work done in lines on the sari. It is stunning, traditional, fun to wear and will suit every body type!

Katrina Kaif's Mirror & Foil Work Sari

Kaif is known for her choice of Indian wear, especially saris. The actress has time and time again been on top of the trends and has wowed us. This time we are swooning over her pastel pink mirror and foil work sari. I mean, isn't it just stunning!?

Pristine White Saree Designs With A Heavy Blouse

Ladies, if mirror work should not dominate your saree, you can always have heavy work done on your sari blouse. Not only will it help amp up your entire sari but you will feel super comfortable as well! Bookmark these spectacular mirror-work saree designs with heavy blouse options for your Roka ceremony. 

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Pretty Saree Designs with Pops of Colour 

If you are the type of bride who loves colours, then these saree designs in ice cream colours are for you. With intricate detailing and gotapatti work, these trending saree designs are perfect to wear for your haldi or mehendi ceremony. 


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15+ Mirror Work Saree Designs That We Simply Love For Indian Brides-to-be!

by Shweghna Gursahaney

15+ Mirror Work Saree Designs That We Simply Love For Indian Brides-to-be!