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Top 4 Draping Styles for Sarees!



By Anuradha Turner

Sarees are no doubt an integral part of every Indian Wedding as well as most occasions. Considered as one of the most flexible and versatile piece of cloth by designers from all over the world, the Saree is a style that is never going out of fashion. The saree can be worn in numerous styles and it is this very feature that makes it so unique and classic.

Sarees are no doubt an integral part of every Indian Wedding as well as most occasions. Considered as one of the most flexible and versatile piece of cloth by designers from all over the world, the Saree is a style that is never going out of fashion. The saree can be worn in numerous styles and it is this very feature that makes it so unique and classic. Plan Your Wedding explores the latest draping styles that you could try this wedding season. Since saree can be draped in different styles, it is even more important to understand that every draping style can actually accentuate your body type. Hence, the draping styles here have been suggested keeping different body types in mind.
Old traditional Style Saree Drape
This draping style goes especially well for a wedding occasion and hence tops our chart. The draping style uses a combination of numerous pleats with a short pallu adorned with a brooch to enhance your look. The neatly tucked in pleats and the short pallu makes it extremely comfortable to walk around, run errands and dance during wedding while looking extremely stylish on deep neck or boat neck blouses. The brooch is an enhancer that can be experimented in different ways. The style goes extremely well with hour glass figure and an inverted triangle figure.
The Mumtaz Style
The Mumtaz Style involves draping the saree tightly on the lower part of the body, to give it a narrow look and flinging the remaining fabric over your shoulder. Popularized by the charming Mumtaz, this style works even better with the new multi-printed saris today. This draping involves a lot of midriff exposure; hence, a flat stomach is a must. The style goes extremely well with a pencil figure, hourglass figure as well as triangle figure.
Maharashtrian Draping Style
The Maharashtrian Draping style works extremely well with traditional sarees. Though, this draping style might look like draping a shawl over your shoulder, it actually works extremely well if you need to accentuate the border of a saree or a two coloured saree . The style will also make you look taller and fuller in case you are thin. Try it for a change!
The Maharani Style Draping
This style of draping covers the front portion in an elegant way. A combination of Guajarati style with the pallu stretched like a boat neck in the front. Though this is an old style but it actually goes well with most of the fabrics used today, especially net, crepe, chiffons. This style works well if you have deep neck in the back. The style goes really well with hourglass figure as well as a square shaped figure.
Styling Inputs by Darshana Mehta
 

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