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New Brides! Here Are 5 New Saree Drapes You Can Rock On Your First Diwali Pooja

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The season of fesitivity and wedding has begin, and we are drooling over the latest styles and fashion in the ethnic world. So, all the new brides, if it's your first Diwali, and you are clueless what to wear on this big day. Then worry not, as Team Weddingbytes will bring you all new ways of draping your old sarees. Yes, a simple six-yard-piece of elegance can be draped into a stunning fusion wear that is absolutely perfect for your first Diwali Pooja. Scroll down and save these drapes now!

Saree Draping!
For some saree is just a piece of cloth that adds on to your age, but ladies, this is not the actual case. Sarees if styled right, can make your look on point and adorable. All you need to learn is the art of draping your saree right. While you might be confused about the drapes, we are here to help you style your saree this Diwali with a stunning drape to make everyone's jaw drop. 

#1 Saree over a gown!
While we all know about saree gown, but have you ever thought of wearing a saree over a actual gown. Well, Dolly Jain professional saree draper, styled her own saree over a gown and fastened it with a belt.The seedha pallu with the loose drape is just on point for your Diwali Party. Complete your look with a statement neckpiece.

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#2 Drape your saree with a belt!
Ethnic belts had taken over the traditional wear, and a simple saree when styled with a belt, looks amazing and it also, helps lessen your age. It even keeps your pleats in place, so this first Diwali, show off your fusion side with this quirky drape accessorized with a belt. Go for zardosi or gota work belt to accentuate your look.

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#3 Drape your saree over a dhoti pant!
Forget the under skirts and drape your cotton or georgette saree over a plain dhoti pants in black and a crop top with a contrasting colour. It's an easy to carry style for your first Diwali and you can even dance in the after Diwali Pooja. Complete your look with a kamarbandh or belt.

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#4 The front drape saree!
While this drape is popular amongst  Gujarati ladies, but it can look amazing on a new bride, with just adding a few modern touch. Opt for a monotone saree in chiffon or georgette style it with a crop top and skirt, and oomph the look with the help of a traditional belt or a golden kamarbandh. 

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#5 Style your saree with Denim crop top & jeans!
Break the stereotype and try this stunning fusion wear, style your kota saree over a denim crop top and jeans and see the change. It will look amazing on the new brides, while helping them to stay in the traditional lane. This one style is right for those who don't know much about the sarees. 

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So, which is your favourite drape?

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