Fashion For Women: Here Are 5 Unconventional Ways To Drape Your Saree


If you are tired of the same old way of draping a saree, here are five other ways to drape your saree and rock the look for your next party or wedding.

Written By Nissy Sara | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The festive season has finally kicked off. The race to find the perfect outfit and accessories has started. From lehengas to anarkalis, the options are limitless. We understand how the whole process can be a tedious task.

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Hence, we have broken it down and brought to you the ultimate solution, sarees! Sarees are timeless and classic. You can easily pick up a saree based on your liking and wrap it around the way you want to. Thus, giving you limitless options to explore. Here are the top five ways in which one can drape a saree apart from the usual, traditional way. 

1. Belt style

To start, drape your saree in the usual conventional way. Now add a belt that will secure your pallu to the waist. For a more traditional look, you can also go for a kamarbhandh style. The look barely needs accessorising since the saree takes away the limelight.

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2. Dhoti style

You can go for this look the next time you have to go to a wedding. Dhoti style saree draping is a mix of the modern and traditional way. One must always remember to wear a pair of leggings instead of a petticoat. Dhoti sarees have been popularised by various actors like Shilpa Shetty, Sonam Kapoor and Deepika Padukone.

3. Mumtaz style

Get in your retro shoes at your next event or celebration. Mumtaz’s epic saree from Ram Aur Shyam took away all our hearts. This is an easy trick to experiment. To rock this look, the best bet would be to go for a chiffon saree with a golden or shimmery border.

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4. Pant style

One can never get over the saree and pants fusion. It is modern, neutral and every fashionista's favourite. The fun part is that you can wear this look to an office party and completely steal away the limelight. Pant style sarees have been a regular at various fashion shows as well with many models and actors rocking the look.

5. Butterfly style

This style of draping a saree is chic and stylish. You just need to make a few extra thin pleats of your pallu and pin it on your shoulders. You can carry this to any wedding or party this season. You can flaunt your curves too with this style.

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Which style are you carrying to the next party or wedding?

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