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7 Interesting Ways To Drape A Saree For Desi Weddings!

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The six yard piece of cloth with no zip or stitch yet oozing pure elegance makes a woman look complete. By covering the right amount and exposing the right amount is what sarees are famous for. It won’t be wrong to say, for most of us love for saree grew at the age of six and never ended from then on.


When it comes to wedding day, we all want to look our perfect from head to toe and sarees are this one versatile piece that can help us achieve it. However, most of us feel reluctant for choosing it as our wedding ensemble. We have this little doubt that the style is same old with no fun to experiment. But what if, we tell you that you can wear it in numerous ways to look chic and stylish. So, the Wedstreetstyle team brings you 7 interesting ways to drape your saree this wedding season. No matter you are the bride or bride’s sister or her mom-to-be, scroll down and select one according to your style.

Front pallu saree
If you are bored of side pallu style, then experiment with your pallu, and we bet you will look more stylish. Instead of taking your saree pallu the same old way go for front open pallu style. While opting for this look make sure your blouse cut is right and it has some design on it to flaunt. This look is perfect for your sagan ceremony where you have more room to experiment with your look.



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Butterfly style
If you are fan of Bollywood divas and there saree draping style, then here is one style you should definitely try on your wedding day – Butterfly Saree. Though the name sounds little complicated but it’s same as a regular saree with a little twist. The draping style is same only the pallu is made very thin so that the navel or midriff is shown. You can experiment this look with a chiffon saree or a net one. Also, you can easily flaunt your curves in this saree style with a navel chain. 


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Retro saree
Love your curves? Want to flaunt them? Then go for a retro style of saree draping. This is one of the evergreen saree styles that always tend to come back. All you have to do is drape your saree tightly around the lower body several times, to highlight the best feature. This style is best for your cocktail party to get that retro theme right.


Wrap it around
Well, who doesn’t like to experiment with saree. Another beautiful way you can wear your saree is by wrapping it around your neck like a scraf or a dupatta. This way you can save yourself from the tension of handling the pallu. Also, it will take out your feminine side out.



Mermaid saree
This style of saree looks perfect on all body types. All you need to do is wear this saree in a skirt style on the lower portion. It gives the illusion of a slimmer body. Hence, perfect for those with baby fat. This style will look perfect with a heavy pallu or an embellished border with work.

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Belt it around the waist
If you love kamarbandh or those ethnic belts then this look is one for you. Wear your saree with a front pallu style and put an ethnic belt around your waist or a zardosi belt. This will make your look neat.


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Dhoti style
Glam up your saree game to another level by wearing it as a dhoti style saree and a short corset or  bralette with it. This style will make you the talk of the evening.


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