Category Archives for "Draping Styles"

Wear Saree in Bengali Style

How to Wear Saree in Bengali Style?

Draping Styles

The country, and more so the Bollywood enthusiasts went completely ecstatic when Vidya Balan appeared draped in a Bengali style saree, looking very much the Bengali bahu. The manner in which the Bengali saree is worn is completely different and it made her look so very unique.  She looked very much the radiant bride, but […]

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Wear Saree in Kerala Style

How to Wear Saree in Kerala Style?

Draping Styles

Simplicity, grace and beauty-these are the three words that define one of the most ‘bound in tradition’ sarees called the Mundum neriyathum or kasavu or the Kerala Kasavu. Easily identified because of its rich gold border highlighting its ivory or off white color, this saree by far is one of the most distinct from amongst […]

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Wear Saree in Marathi Style

How to Wear Saree in Marathi Style

Draping Styles

The Maharashtrian saree drape often called as the Nauvari saree drape, and is one of the most loved amongst the regional drapes having been showcased not just in popular cinema but also has made a splash on the fashion runway as well. This drape comes with a certain amount of playfulness that is very different […]

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Wear a Readymade Saree

How to Wear a Readymade Saree

Draping Styles , Tips

So you have looked close at all of those friends of yours at parties and wondered why were they not such a nervous wreck as you were at the college farewell. And some of you later must have wondered, how come the Bollywood divas danced around trees, ran and jumped on the snow or simply […]

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Wear Saree in Tamil Nadu Style

How to Wear Saree in Tamil Nadu Style

Draping Styles

Perhaps one of the states of India that not only creates the best in sarees but the love for traditional wear has always existed. Tamil Nadu and its women are extremely close to their saree wearing culture and this closeness is evident when one travels through the state. What is even more interesting is that […]

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