Beautiful ways to drape a Saree
Be it any celebration, the gorgeous saree manages to grab eye balls. The only tough part is how to drape it well. Plus there are different styles to it.
Let’s have a look at ways to drape the saree and make it your style statement. Bengali Style
This draping style is perfect for the Indian women as it looks graceful yet sensual. If you have a saree that has intricate borders and is bright in colour, Bengali style saree will be just perfect for you. Remember Aishwarya Rai in Devdas, the saree compliments her beauty. Be it cotton, handloom or a brocade saree, this draping style will be perfect for any occasion. Team it up with the right jewelry and accessories and you
will surely look elegant.
Though this saree looks difficult to drape, it is not and trust us it is the most unique ways to wear a saree. Once draped, it knows how to accentuate the beauty of every Indian woman. Originally worn in Maharashtra, this saree has managed to gained popularity all over the country. Pair it with a nose ring and a good pair of Kolhapuri chappals and you are good to walk in a Marathmoli style. Style tip- Drape it with a paithani to get the authentic look.
This saree is best way if you want to stand out in the crowd. All you need is the traditional white and gold zari Kerala Kasavu saree. Team it up with the right accessories to bring out its grace.
Yet another traditional style but can look elegant. It enhances the beauty of the saree as well as the person who wears it. It shows off the delicate and detailed embroidery of the saree. It can be worn on various occasions. Looks even more beautiful if you opt for a bandhini print saree.
The most popular amongst the saree styles is the Nivi style. In fact, this style is worn all over India. Plus its versatility matches all the festivals and occasion. This style is easy to drape and is also known all over the world. Opt for a trendy or classy saree, a well fitted blouse and the right accessories and you are set to
grace any occasion.
We know how gorgeous the lehengas look, but you cannot always keep spending on those expensive lehengas for all the occasions. Don’t worry; we have the lehanga style for you. Drape your saree in this style for the mehendi ceremony you have been looking forward to and you will look like million dollars without spending too much. The secret lies in the pleats which gives an impression of a lehenga. We hope these suggestions will help you achieve the glamourous ‘desi-girl’ look that you tried draping. Try these suggestions in the coming festive season and we are sure you will get the attention you desire.