7 Ways Of Draping A Saree For The Elegant Indian Bride
The saree is a must-have outfit for any bride to be. But why drape it the same old way? You can add your personal style to a regular saree and make sure that you are the fashionista. Leave your guests talking for a long time after your big day. Plus you’ll always have the pretty pictures to look at. Even though there are dozen traditional ways of draping a wedding saree, here are a few unique styles that have caught our eye.
1) The Flowing Pallu
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Let your pallu flow over your shoulder. Pick a light fabric like georgette to enhance the drape and flowery prints to add to the calm and relaxed look. This sari drape is good for those planning a summer destination wedding. Let some gorgeous earrings with some dewy makeup complete your look.
2) A Tight Drape Around The Waist
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Looking for something traditional yet modern? This is the perfect traditional drape you could go for. Pick a solid coloured saree and match it with a bold printed or embroidered blouse to let your elegance shine through. With some light makeup and sleek hair, you’ve got a timeless look perfect for your ceremony.
3) The Tassel Anchal
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The anchal or the end piece of the saree is usually ornamented in matching or contrasting colour. With some tassels, you have got an unforgettable look. Balancing them out on both ends of your shoulder adds a touch of equilibrium to the look. A thin belt keeps the saree together. Picking a strapless blouse with a bold saree print will work wonders for a fresh and new look to the traditional style of draping sarees.
4) The Bold Belt Drape
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A draped saree with a bold and large belt will accentuate your figure. Picking a bold colour like gold or copper adds a touch of royalty to the ensemble. Keeping the sari prints simple and letting the belt be the hero of the outfit is a great way of reinventing the traditional saree.
5) An Over The Cape Drape
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This may not count as a drape but the cape over the saree adds a western touch to the gorgeous Indian outfit. Look for capes that match exactly to your saree print or go with contrasting colours. This look will make you feel like a princess straight out of a Disney money. If you plan on getting married in the winter, this is the one for you!
6) The Draped Dhoti Pleats
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A comfortable and elegant look for the modern bride. Let your fashion sense shine through with this beautiful style of draping the saree. Solid colours work great with this look as it is the drape that is the king of this look. A bit of jewellery and bling with add glamour to the ensemble.
7) Around The Neck Drape
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A simple saree drape accompanied by covering the neck is a great way of adding a touch of tradition and modernity. Mixing prints and contrasting colours with bold jewellery will be an elegant way of wearing the saree at your wedding.
These different styles from top designers is a great way to make your saree stand out on your special day!