Latest Saree Draping Style Technique Idea step by step
When it comes to wearing Sarees we often find ourselves in a fit. Everyday Saree wearing can become a little mundane. Why not spice it up by mixing and matching a few styles?
Today we will tell you of a few styles which you can not only drape daily but also during special occasions like weddings. The best part is that globalization has brought us all closer. Hence, we have now hundreds of different ways to drape a Saree inspired by different parts of the world. Even then since Saree is predominantly an Indian-subcontinent wear, you would find most of these going really well with your Desi event.
Bengali Saree draping
Okay let’s face it – you have a really heavy bosom and your waist has not been maintained since last summer. So if these are your problem areas then you need to embrace the gorgeousness that is the Bengali Saree draping. This will make your shoulders look evened out and will tone down your bosom – making it at par with your thighs.
Steps to do them perfectly –
- For doing this type of Saree draping, first wrap the Saree around your waist and then put a few pleats in them. Put one end of the pleated section on your shoulder.
- Now take the middle part of the Saree left and pleat it a few times. Arrange this pleated section neatly around you. Tie the pleats under your petticoat
- Now take the other end of the Saree that is below your stomach and put it on the other shoulder. Secure it with a safety pin.
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Floating or Northern Style
This is practiced mostly by the North Indian women and this is why it is called the floating or the Northern style. This is probably one of the easiest to do Saree design. It is best worn with Silk Sarees or Sarees that are not very defined by pleats. The fleetingness is the trademark of the Saree and that is what we want to achieve with the draping style.
To perfect it, follow these steps –
- Tie your Saree around your petticoat in one single round and make sure that it is evened out on all ends. Leave a big part out for pleats and pallu.
- Now with the remaining part, tie a little bit of pleats and fasten it quickly under your petticoat or spanx. Make sure that you have kept a large part again for the pallu.
- Now simply tie take the leftover Saree and tie it around your shoulder. The length can be short in which case it will be called a short floating styled Saree. Let it loose.
Lehenga is very in! Women and girls are going gaga over it. It goes well with the brides as well as those who attend the weddings. In fact, it is a very modern blend with tradition. But keep in mind that to drape a Saree in lehenga style you must have a trim back area. If you tend to gain weight around your waist, keep the blouse a little longer than usual.
Here’s how you can drape a Saree lehenga way –
- Take the Saree in from the center to the back. Make sure you tuck the non-pallu end at the waist. Then bring the other end forward through waist and stop at the right hip.
- Make one single pleat and immediately tuck it. Now keep making pleats till you reach your other hip. This will give your Saree a very lehenga-skirt appeal.
- Now take the other end of the Saree and lift it up to cover your waist. Now couple this entire thing up with a long choli or flaunt your back – your choice!
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This is a very popular trend that we see the actresses flaunting these days. This is pretty close to the Nivi style but slightly differs from it – on the pallu end. You should especially pick those Sarees that are heavily embroidered around the pallus for this type of Sarees. If you have heavy thighs and an okay midriff, this will perfect the look.
Do it the right way –
- Start draping your Saree with the right side of it tucked on top of your shoulders. Make sure that at the floor side you have the bottom of the Saree.
- Make left faced pleats. Make pleats in this way of about 5 to 7 times. Tuck them in and make sure that they are properly secured.
- Now pull the pallu back and put it over your shoulder. Make sure it is of manageable length – ideally only a little bit below your hips and then secure it with a pin there.
- Spread the pallu over your chest if you have a heavy bosom or make thin pleats over your shoulder and reveal the navel for a more attractive appeal.
- Pin the pleats in front of your blouse and then tuck it in. Pair it up with a blouse that ends just below your bosom and flaunt that sensual midriff.
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Nauvari Style or Maharashtrian Style
The name “nauvari” means 9 times. This name is given to the Maharashtrian Style Saree because it is made of 9 yards. This type of Saree does not need a peLatest Indian Wedding Car Decoration Ideasmar) band and a nath or a nose ring. You can also tie flowers around your hair to complete the typical Maharashtrian look.
Saree with pants
This is the latest trend in the way Sarees are worn around the world nowadays. Simply replace the petticoat with a pant or a legging. Pleat one end of the Saree and tug it around your Waist. Take the other end and pleat it over your shoulder. Take the middle part and tug it neatly around your waist. The pants should show from the middle portion. This is the best of fusion we have today.