Sari: Fab India
Neck Piece: Boohoo.com
Nose pin: Street Shopping, India
My love for saris is not a hidden secret and in fact I may be accused of forcibly inflicting this love upon people who think otherwise. Today saris have acquired various forms in terms of how they’re made to how they’re draped on a woman’s body. I thought I’ll share with you 3 simple ways to drape a sari, these are not completely new, I’m sure you’ve seen these draping styles before. I know many girls like me look for ways to wear a sari in a comfortable yet an elegant way which doesn’t hamper our daily busy routine. These are my 3 goto ways of draping the pallu for days when I feel a little adventurous.
1. Low drape: This is a very simple traditional drape with a slight change. When you drape the pallu, take it a bit lower than you would while draping the normal way. This looks great when you have a blouse full of work to flaunt and a plain sari.
3. Front drape: This is a very simple drape when you take the pallu from the back to the front instead of the conventional over the shoulders way. This is great for a sari that has an elaborate pallu with a heavy border.
I hope you liked this post, thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!
Photography: Vaishali Gupta
Styling & Editing: Swati Dixit