Try these new ways to drape a “saree in style” this season!

The wedding season is on and off now days and has made everyone rush to the stores whenever we get to know that our best friend/cousin wedding is approaching. From Lehangas and palazzos to Anarkalis and sarees, women scour every store to get that perfect and unique look. But we all know how tedious and taxing the process can be. So instead of racking your brains and wasting time in tiny allies of the local bazaar, we suggest you try something different this time. Try and make an outfit from your saree and trust me no one would even judge that it is saree. It would give a look of a dress. With one saree, you can achieve ten or twenty different looks and styles! It’s going to be nothing like you’ve tried and it’s definitely going to be flattering.

Learn to drape a saree in style and see the different and distinguish ways of draping a fashionable saree. Let us scroll down the different ways from which you can wear you simple old saree in all new way.

The first one would be Rajrani style; it is a dissimilarity of Guajarati saree draping style. The pallu of the saree is always in V-shape and dangling around the neck. The major difference is the pleats hanging all in front towards the right!
Dhoti style saree is types of style which can be worn over Kurti style many woman ditches there kurtis and drape this beautiful design. Ends are passed between the legs and tuck at the back with a pin. Pleat the hanging part of saree and tuck neatly at your centre waist.
Belted saree, this is a draped saree which is so in now a days that people do not want to wear the saree like a normal one. Each one of us wants to wear the saree like a pro! The belted saree looks amazingly beautiful and classy instantly.
Bengali style is one of the famous designs of all and mostly many people follow this type of saree because it is one of the easiest ways to drape a saree though the ultimate look might seem to be contrary! It is a style that involves two wide pleats and a large key ring with keys to hold down the double-wrapped pallu.
Mermaid style, though it is suitable for almost all body types, curvaceous ones tend to get an advantage here. The lower portion of the saree is draped to look more like a skirt and gives a slimming look to the wearer. This style is particularly good if the pallu is heavy or the border is embellished.
Half saree style gives you a slimmer look instantly. You can wear you saree as you do, make the pallu pleats and fix it over your shoulder while adjusting the border. This style is also easy and trendy.
These are unique styles that can help you stand out among the crowd and create a lasting impression. Initially it might take more than a few attempts before you can nail these draping styles, but they are worth every bit of effort that you put in!


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