11 Different Ways To Drape Sarees That Are Anything But Boring

Encouraged enough to experiment, Indian fashion sense lies in its exquisite homogeneity.

Author: Nidhibakhru | Updated: June 21, 2016 9:56 IST
 
 

Encouraged enough to experiment, Indian fashion sense lies in its exquisite homogeneity. While the traditional style has its roots deep-seated in our culture, the latest unconventional trends, on the other hand, are being altered even further to fit into our closets. As the ultimate symbol of grace in South Asian cultures, sarees speak a language that is classy in every dialect.
We have selected the best ways to drape your saree in a way that will accentuate your look for this wedding season.


1. Drape your grace in traditional style to flaunt your classic ethnic look in this blue georgette chikan Kari saree.

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2. Draped-round-the-nape looks perfect when you wish to showcase the beautiful pallav with heavy work.

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3. Drape your pallav like a dupatta when you want to go fancy and look effortless.

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4. Double drape your saree for a slimmer look. Fashionably unconventional, underline your designer blouse or choli in this style.  

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5. Drape the pallav around your arm for a simple yet elegant look. This look works best on sarees with light work.

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6. Drape a look that’ll morph your traditional saree into a stylish evening dress.

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7. Drape an uber cool saree that’ll flaunt those voluminous pleats in this black saree with chikan Kari work.

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8. Why buy a cocktail dress when sarees can do the magic? Drape your dapper look in this pink net saree adorned with gorgeous Resham work.

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9. As if we can’t get enough of the double drape, blend your style with a mermaid drape. 

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10. Gujarati drapes have formed a massive cult following in India. Worn at various festivals and now at fancy weddings. Don’t shy from exhibiting your designer pallav. 

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11. With two pleats in front, Bengali drape is one of the most worn saree styles in India. Try the look in this crepe saree with gotapatti and thread work.

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