Friday, March 14, 2014

Different ways to drape a Saree

There are a number of ways you can drape sexy nine yards. It’s up to you what you like, prefer and most of the all what suits best for you.  Its versatility, comfort and uniqueness allows you to transform into a Diva.
Below are a few of my personal favorite ways to Drape a Saree -

The usual style or most common ulta pallu style is where you drape your loose end or Pallu over hangs your left shoulder. This style  suits if you have toned ABS, thin waistline and slim.

Gujarati style or Seedha Pallu  is very common in Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar. In this style the pleats are tucked and the open is to the right and brought over the right shoulder. Then further it spreads across the chest, and the left edge is tucked in the petticoat at the back. This style makes your midriff looks smaller.

Maharashtra version is when the saree wrapping around the waist, is positioned along the left leg and taken over the left shoulder. It’s further wrapped once again round the waist and tucked on the left side.

Rani Mukerjee looks gorgeous in her Maharashtrain style traditional saree.

Urmila looks stunning in bottle green Maharashtrain style saree paired with matching accessories. 

Bengali style: where the pallu is thrown over the left shoulder and again  brought up under the right arm and  again thrown over the left shoulder. It is often used to hang a bunch of keys.

Kodagu style is a very popular style in Karnataka, as in this the pleats being in the back. The pallu is flung onto the right shoulder tucked by a pin.

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