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101 of Indian Saree Draping Styles

India sarees need no introduction – they are the most versatile, captivating and fascinating piece of clothing. Sarees have been in fashion for centuries and portray elegance and grace. One can wear them in business meetings, festivals, special occasions, college farewell, weddings etc. Celebrities prefer to wear them on the red carpet as well.

Here are some of the top draping styles to look poise and elegant in the 6 yards of pure grace.

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Indo Western Style of Draping Saree

If you want to look modern and dazzle in a saree, this is the best draping style. You’ll look stylish and glamorous. Mix and match different draping styles for the look you desire. You can style a saree with a simple kurti on top and use pants instead of the petticoat.

Saree with a Belt

This saree draping style is in vogue. Saree with a belt on your waist gives a modern appearance. While it seems like a complimentary touch-up, it offers the apparel a completely unique, fitted, appearance.

Draping Saree in Fishcut Style

This is also known as the mermaid style of draping saree. This style helps flaunt your figure in a very elegant and sensual manner. The best saree fabric for a fish cut draping style are chiffon and georgette.

South Indian Style of Draping Saree

This saree draping style has a rural and rustic look. South Indians generally have a unique way of draping saree with a Kamar bandh in gold that perfectly blends with the silk sarees.

Also, Gochi Kattu is a saree draping style of South Indian beauties. This style of saree draping is similar to the Nauvari as it is draped like a dhoti. The Gochi Kattu draping style of sarees requires a special type of saree called the navvar. They are made of cotton and come in various bright colours.

Saree Draping in Bengali Style

The beautiful image of a Bengali woman is when she is wearing a saree with white colours and red borders. Most famous Bengali sarees are Tangail sarees, Tant and Shantipuri sarees. These are quite easy to wear and look festive. There are two ways of draping the Bengali saree – the traditional and the modern way. Both styles are gorgeous, opt for the one you like best.

 Unique Gujarati Style of Saree Draping

Gujarati draping style – Pallu is draped on the front side. This style is also popularly known as a seedha pallu drape. This is one of the most traditional and ethnic ways of draping a saree. All wedding sarees that have heavily embroidered pallus can be conveniently draped in the Gujarati style.

Saree Draping in Beautiful Marathi Style

The traditional style of draping the Maharashtrian saree is mostly in dhoti style. This is one of the handy versions of traditional Marathi saree. This does not require underskirt for draping saree. The older women of the community still follow the traditional Marathi saree draping style. The modern Marathi women have a contemporary version of their Marathi saree draping style.

Marathi sarees have witnessed many significant changes yet somehow they still manage to retain their original glory.

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