🥻 Meaning: A two-piece orange outfit with a short-sleeved blouse, a long skirt for the bottom, and a deep orange veil with a yellow border going around the front and over the shoulder, thus free falling at the back.
The 🥻 Sari emoji, popularly known as ‘saree’ signifies traditional Indian-styled clothing and other countries. It represents the culture and aesthetics of the land apart from attributes like femininity, grace, and beauty.
How and When to Use the 🥻 Sari Emoji
- If you’re sharing useful videos of draping sarees, a handy tips list for beginners, or even a video about the different ways of sporting a saree, anything, you could use 🥻 in those contexts.
- While sharing informative posts about the clothing cultures of the countries that wear a saree as everyday attire, use 🥻.
- If you’re texting someone about your decision to wear a saree for a special occasion or about how excited you wear one, etc, use 🥻. Like, “It’s gonna be my FIRST time!! 🥻”.
- The sarees trend generally goes wild during the festive seasons. And so, you can use 🥻 even while sharing posts on traditional festivities from countries that typically wear or choose to wear a saree.
- 🥻 Saree
- 🥻 Shari
- 🥻 Draped Saree
- 🥻 Saree Draping
- 🥻 Indian Clothing
- 🥻 Traditional Indian Attire