Every now and then we see a shift in trends, and that’s important too because who wants to stay with the boring old-fashioned styles? After going through the gallery below, you won’t believe that you can even try so many styles and not go for the cliche styles.
With fashion designers becoming more and more creative with every passing year, we are quite thankful for having introduced to these new styles. Catch up with the gallery below and save the styles you adored :
One unique style of saree draping can be this one. The pallu is draped in a way to look like a dupatta, which looks very different from the cliche ways of draping. Moreover, the back look gives proper dupatta style.
Sometimes going out of the way in the styles can make you look like a showstopper. So, here’s a beautiful palazzo style saree draping that can do wonders to your attire.
You can pair the palazzo draping with a unique sleeveless blouse or some bell sleeves blouse to give it a great look in all.
You can drape your saree with the double draping style and pairing it with a high neck blouse to give a perfect look. This is a great style to provide yourself with a modern look.
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Pair your saree with pants instead of a petticoat and see your attire doing wonders. This is an excellent look for a wedding where you seek comfort more than fashion.
Simply modernise your look by putting a belt around your waist. While it looks like a complimentary touch-up, it gives the attire a unique look too.
You can choose to go for a contrasting colour belt or the same colour belt, both of them helps the saree to look out of this world and will make everyone stare at you.
If combining saree and suits is your thing, then this style of saree draping is something that you should go for. You can make people go drooling over your unique style.
A great way to merge traditional and modern clothes is to drape you saree with a long trail. The trail will give the saree a look of a gown from the back. Moreover, this could be a perfect style for Christian brides.
You could be wrong if you think that sarees are limited to blouses. You can beautifully pair your saree with a matching crop top. This attire will give you a sense of uniqueness and will make you stand out of the crowd.
Somewhere I feel that the earlier times fashion styles are coming back to our modern trendy days, just like this draping style. You can choose to drape your saree in the Mumtaz style with the saree twirling around your body.
Recreating the old-fashioned styles can be fun and unique, just like this saree draping style.
Bengalis have a unique touch of their own in everything, even the saree draping style. If you are willing to go out of the way, then you can choose to go for this style. Also, one unique feature could be the pallu coming back to the front side.
Many ladies are going for this style these days, as this one tends to grab the attention right away. Moreover, the dhoti style also gives a traditional touch to the whole attire.
This is another excellent example of dhoti style draping wherein the pallu goes from the inside of the coat style blouse.
As I have already said it above, the dhoti style gives a traditional touch so you don’t need to worry if this style won’t be suitable for a wedding because it definitely is.
Here we can see that Kangana Ranaut, the actress, is clearly slaying the dhoti style of saree draping and also giving us goals.
This style of saree draping showcases fringes attached on the borders of the saree making it look different from other cliche styles. However, the draping still remains the old-school way.
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Having a straight pallu is considered to be an old-fashioned way, but when it’s done it looks very different from the regular draping style. Here we can see that Jahnvi Kapoor is slaying the straight pallu style in a great way.
The style of draping where the pallu wrapped around the neck is quite an attractive way of saree draping. Moreover, this style of draping can give you an impression of wearing a dupatta as well.
South Indians have their peculiar way of draping as they always wear a Kamar bandh in gold that goes pretty well with the silk sarees. Also, south Indians are particular about their silk sarees as well.
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Just like their food, Gujaratis have their own special way of saree draping as well. Here, the pallu comes from behind on the shoulder with pleats in front.
I know every culture has its own tradition and values, but there’s no harm in trying other traditions too! Go and explore!
Image Source: Editing Table, Tarun Tahiliani, Ragalahari
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
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