How to wear sari

Sarees were very much in fashion in a traditional Indian wedding. In today’s wedding functions woman prefers to wear saris in different styles. Fashion designers have come up with new ways to drape wedding sarees, which are quite popular among today’s woman. Saris always had a sensuous and elegant look at the same time. The wedding sari or Bridal sari is given a lot of importance in India.

Indian Saris come in different fabrics from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes, from traditionals like Banarasi to Kanjeevaram or a silk. Wedding saris are given a lot of emphasis in Indian family. It ranges from few thousands to few lakhs of rupees. Saris today have a lot of work done on them. They come in various varieties and styles. Zari, embroidery, organza, zardosi, sequence, cut work, mirror work, patchwork, pearl work, kasab, kundan, are all different kinds of work, which are found in sari.

Earlier it was compulsory for Indian brides to wear heavy Benarasi sari for her wedding but now it is not so but still brides are preferring to wear saris for their wedding. Though the styles and embroidery has changed. Earlier it was lot more heavy work and rich now it is lot more sleek and light in fabric.

Saree makes a woman look graceful, elegant, stylish, and sensuous. But sarees should be draped properly. Here are some tips on how to buy a saree, which suits your personality.

Women who are a bit heavier should buy saris, which are light like georgette, silk chignon or chiffon. For the gorgeous option they can try heavy Mysore silk sarees or silk based Kanjeevaram, which looks beautiful and one tends to look slimmer.

For shorter women they should buy saris with small borders or no borders. They should definitely avoid big borders as big borders make one look shorter. Big border are mainly for women who have a good height. For short woman they can go for self or single color it will make them look taller.

Thin women should buy saris, which are a bit fluffy like organza, cotton fabric, tissue and tussar saris. These saris give a fuller effect and give a broad look.

Avoid large prints in sarees, as it gives a gaudy and a huge look. Delicate and sober print on a sari gives a delicate and stylish look.

Dark skin color women should generally buy dark colors like maroon, green, dark pink and avoid light colors and bright colors.

Saris can be really elegant and stylish if worn properly and with right accessories.

I am fascinated by Bollywood and Indian stuff. I love watching Hindi movies because both the hero and heroine are always good looking. I like what the heroine was wearing, and observe what jewelry she was wearing. I have some collection of Indian stuff like Sari, bindi, henna tattoos, and some jewelries.

Now, talk about how to wear Sari. The success of the Sari is attributed to its total simplicity, practical comfort, and sense of luxury a woman experiences when she wears one. A sari is an outfit which reveals as much as it hides. How to wear a sari is an art which require practice. A Sari properly draped transforms a woman to become graceful, stylish, elegant and sensuous. But a clumsily draped Sari brings down the look of the Sari and spoils the whole appearance of the woman.

Step 1
1. A waist - to - floor length petticoat tied tightly at the waist by a drawstring.
2. A tight fitting blouse that ends just below the bust.

Step 2
After step one you take the saree and tuck the plain end of the sari into the petticoat for one complete turn from right to left. Make sure that the lower end of the sari touches the floor.

Step 3
Beginning from the tucked-in end start making pleats in the sari, about 5 inches deep.

Step 4
Make about 7 to 10 pleats and hold them up together so that they fall straight and even.

Step 5
Tuck the pleats into the waist slightly to the left of the navel, and make sure that they are turned towards the left.

Step 6
After step one you take the saree and tuck the plain end of the sari into the petticoat for one complete turn from right to left. Make sure that the lower end of the sari touches the floor.

Step 7
The end portion thus draped is the pallu, and can be prevented from slipping off by fixing it at the shoulder to the blouse with a small safety pin.

You are now draped in a sari . . . Now stand before the mirror and get enchanted by the grace you exude!
  • Lacer party wear sari
  • Hand embroidery work done
  • Chikko colour saree with exclusive contrast pink Sequin and beeds ,stone work done
  • Beautiful exclusive worked pallu
  • Saree length - 6.3 Meters (with attached blouse material)
  • Blouse with sequin work
  • Very elegant to wear
  • Wash Care - Hand washable