This is the most common way of draping a saree. It have pleats in the centre and wound around onto the left shoulder. This gives ample space to experiment with the jewellery and the blouses.
This is a South Indian style of draping the saree. This consists of a ‘lehenga’ and a ‘dupatta’. Wear the lehenga and drape the dupatta by tucking the cornet of the dupatta in the lehenga and secure the pleats on the left shoulder.
When the saree is tied tightly, the dupatta makes a ‘V’ in the back and this gives an illusion of a slim figure.
If you have a saree that is plain you can try using some jewellery that goes with the saree. You can accessorise using a belt in the midsection. It will add more glamour and highlight the curves.
This is an easy option for all the young ladies out there who cannot drape a saree. The first timers and the ladies with clumsy hands can opt of this kind of saree. It is already pleated and stitched. All one has to do is just to zip it up. It will remain in place even if you accidently step over it.
This saree gives the look of a mermaid when it is draped. Hence it is named that way. The style goes with any body type. This does not require any pleats at the waist and it just gives a skirt like appearance that will make one look slimmer than usual.
This is the trend that’s running at present in Bollywood. It is very simple if you learn how to wear it. If you have to attend a party and you want to look gorgeous, this is the style for you. The pallu is pleated extremely this for this kind of fashion. You can choose a light weight saree and team it with an extravagant blouse. This will do the magic.
Start wearing the saree in a Gujarati style and create front pleats. Pin up the corner of the saree to the other side of the blouse. This creates a ‘V’. Silk or net sarees look great this way.
Go ahead and try them on this festive season!