Should I Wear Flats Or Heels With Saree

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When deciding whether to wear flats or heels with a saree, consider a few factors:

1. Comfort: If you're going to be on your feet for an extended period or if you're not accustomed to wearing heels, flats might be the more comfortable option.

2. Height: Heels can add height and elongate your silhouette, which can be flattering with a saree, particularly if you're on the shorter side. However, if you're already tall or if you prefer not to add extra height, flats can be a good choice.

3. Occasion: The formality of the event can influence your decision. Heels often lend a more formal and elegant look, suitable for weddings, parties, or other special occasions. Flats can be more casual and relaxed, ideal for daytime events or casual gatherings.

4. Personal Style: Consider your personal style and what makes you feel confident and comfortable. Some people feel more elegant and put-together in heels, while others prefer the practicality and ease of flats.

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Ultimately, there's no right or wrong answer—it comes down to your preferences and what makes you feel your best. You could even try both options with your saree and see which one you prefer.