5 Unconventional Ways To Wear A Sari
It's the wedding season and you'll most definitely be attending lots of parties, sangeets, and receptions. You can't possibly wear the same style of clothes to all the functions. So, here we have some amazing, new and unconventional ways to drape a sari, that are sure to make you feel beautiful. Follow the continuous changing trends with these 5 ways to drape a sari:
The gown style sari:
The elegance of the sari and the fluidity of the gown go so well together! Try wearing this gown style sari drape at the next party and turn heads on each step. Classy and convenient, the gown sari was spotted on the sultry actress Shilpa Shetty.
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The nauvari with a twist:
If you aren't afraid of the cumbersome process of pleating and love to wear your tradition, then this style is for you. This style depicts the beginning of sari and the twist speaks about its revolution. The best part is that you can even get yours pre-stitched! So you just need to slip it on and you're good to go! Bollywood fashionista Sonam Kapoor was seen wearing this style.
The jacket sari:
If you're the quirky soul who loves to experiment, then this one's for you! The jacket sari is edgy and fun, yet easy to pull off. The plus point here is that even if you mess up with your pallu drape, you can hide it under the jacket! Actress Karisma Kapoor was spotted wearing a jacket sari.
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The tights sari:
This is just what we needed! I mean, who's going to drag around so many layers, right? Replace the sari petticoat with a pair of tights, and there's nothing like it. No multiple layers, no discomfort while walking just a simple and fashionable ensemble for any cocktail party. Former beauty queen Dia Mirza was seen wearing the tights sari on multiple occasions.
The tunic sari:
The best thing that could happen to fashion is the union of a tunic with a sari...and guess what, it has happened! Actress Kajol was spotted wearing a sheer tunic over a sari and she looked every bit elegant and graceful! We think this combination is all about sheer grace and poise.
What do you think about these drapes? Let us know in the comments below. Now, that's a wrap! ;)