Tissue silk are usually worn on very formal or semi-formal occasions or events, which means their style is extremely simple. Women generally tend to adhere to the aesthetics of such events. They are most often seen at weddings and ceremonies. Whoever wears them becomes the cynosure and you can still spot them with heavy Indian jewelry that comes in the form of Kundan sets, meenakari sets, and even polki sets. It also includes earrings, necklaces, mang tikkas, rings, nose rings and intricate and elaborate bracelets or bracelets. Since it is appropriate to be as richly dressed as possible at weddings, wearing all of these types of items at once is not uncommon.
With sarees, it is always more appropriate to wear high heeled shoes like stiletto heels or platform shoes as they complement the overall fall of the saree and add a great part of the ensemble. Pairing them with matching Indian handbags like silk clutch bags, embroidered clutch bags or even embellished handbags like Cutdana handbags is a great idea as they add elegance to the ensemble.