Every woman looks stunning in a Saree. So always trying to get the right saree to wear on different moments like parties or weddings is not much sorted for women, every time they confuse picking the right saree for occasions like wedding, party or casual, etc.

A saree wrap is well known to many women in India, but the different attractive styles to make a simple saree look attractive is a beautiful look that all women will find fascinating or appealing.

There are many ways to drape a saree in styles and ideas of dressing a particular topic, draping a saree can be a lot of fun.

An Introduction of Saree

Sari is one of the oldest forms of cloth on Earth, in terms of which it is centuries old – and it is still strong. Surprisingly, most people in Western countries are unaware of the importance of this piece of women’s clothing.

What is a Sari?

A sari is a piece of cloth between 5 and 9 meters. It is traditionally worn by all Indian women – and has a great cultural significance. Said is one of the most beautiful dresses of women, it covers the entire body of the woman, showing the actual curves in the most respectable manner. No other dress is capable like a sari. A woman from India, draped in a sari and equipped with beautiful jewelry and a shimmering dot on the center of her forehead, looks absolutely perfect.

Goddesses in Indian religions are decorated with sarees. In fact, sarees are considered a sacrifice to many deities.

As you know, saree is worn in India on formal, casual, party, weddings and other occasions. But it always gets boring to style a saree in the same style, so today I will tell you some different, attractive and alternative ways to style the saree. I hope these tips are helpful to you.

Pleated Saree Drape

Pleated Saree Drape

Pleated saree drape is one amongst the foremost common drapes. Today we can see this style or saree on most Bollywood celebrities, this sexy saree style is wrapped in a non-heavy and modern saree. Keep your pallu a little longer and style it with thin plates of the pallu. It looks very sexy and stylish.

Gujrati Style Saree Drape 

Gujrati Style Saree Drape

Traditionally a very popular saree style worn by Gujarati women is Gujrati Style Saree Drape, this Gujarati style drape is the choice of many. Bridal sarees have preferred these with a short or long pallu. This traditional style of sari tying works richly in heavy sarees like Kanjeevaram or Banarasi.

Scarf / neck wrap style

Scarf / neck wrap style

Instead of wrapping the pallu of your saree in a normal way, try draping it like a separate scarf. Not only is it very modern/ up to date and stylish, but it will also help you to keep warm during winter parties or weddings etc.

Lehenga Style Saree Draping

Lehenga Style Saree Draping

If you want to wear your saree like a lehenga? Well, that is possible. With an easy drape of wearing single pleats across your waistline and taking the pallu either the regular way or the Gujarati way you have got a flowery lehenga to wear without cutting up your favorite saree!

Bengali Style Saree Draping

Bengali Style Saree Draping

Bengali style saree drapes are very beautiful especially in white and red colored sarees. The way they placed the key on Pallu’s head to eliminate the Bengali drape is so foreign. You can try it in your special length sari or even in a regular sari. Cotton of Bengal is very much preferred for this Saree look.

Maharashtrian Style Saree Drape

Maharashtrian Style Saree Drape

Maharashtrian style saris are typical of nauvari saris. It is an intricate drape with a long length sari and looks so beautiful. They combine it with the traditional nose pin which is another accessory.

Floaty or a casual drape

Floaty or a casual drape

It is the easiest fabric to carry and carry. Pattu sarees, lightweight saris, net saris, basically all types of sarees can be securely wrapped with pallu with pins or brooch. This can be a great choice of drape for a wedding guest saree as you will look casual and comfortable in those heavy sarees. When you wear a sari of thin fabric like chiffon or georgette or net sari, try to get an open blouse or zipper blouse back. Front open blouses do not give great effects.

Want to try it out?

You must-try it, here I am giving some tips on the types of sarees that you should consider wearing:

Cotton sarees are most comfortable and worn by women in summer.

When it is worn with crisp starch by working women, they raise its level to the zonal level.

Silk sarees can be easily wrapped due to its soft fabric, but Banarasi sarees are a bit difficult due to their heavy baggage.

While getting married in India, every woman is blessed with at least one Banarasi saree, as it is considered favorable. Its beauty lies in the magnificent luster furnished with silver or golden carvings of the borders.

Importance of saree

The real importance of saree lies in the management of such huge costumes. Sarees are usually associated with a woman’s management abilities, just as she performs many important or trivial tasks at that time. Women look most sophisticated, polished, attractive, and endearing, while at the same time executing their work, no matter where they are.

In India, Pallu of saree is given over the head to honor elders or to attend ceremonies. Even today, in the interior of India, it is mandatory for a woman to cover her face so that no person other than her husband can get a glimpse of her beauty.

Note

Remember, sarees have a beautiful history behind them. If you are thinking about wearing one, the benefits are many – but it is not easy. Sarees take a little extra time to be draped, but when it comes to beauty, the comparison is a matchless one, as they are a replica of the rich Indian heritage.

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