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If you are planning to wear a saree, and then make sure you carry all the essential utilities such as safety pins, a petticoat, blouse, and other accessories. Step 1: Start by putting on your blouse and petticoat. Step 2: Tuck in the saree firmly in the petticoat and adjust it according to your requirements. Step 3: After that, figure out the fall and twist the saree Step 4: Twist the saree around your waist and adjust the pallu sincerely. Step 5: Make pleats or keep it open as per your choice.
Apart from all the styles, the traditional way is the best way to style your saree to enhance your beauty.
To look attractive in a saree, always remember to style your saree with the perfect blouse designs. A blouse pattern is the only enhancing factor to make your look complete and gorgeous.
Fat people should always tuck in the saree in a proper way around their waist to cut down the volume. Try making very few pleats and make sure to wear it as tight as possible to look slim. And most importantly avoid making pleats in the pallu, pin it as single plated.
To hide your tummy to a good extent, pin the bigger pleats on your shoulder which is the best trick. And to keep the pleat secure, pin the pleats to your saree pallu at the front and side of the blouse too.
To look slim in the saree, below are a few tips listed to follow: • Choose dark colors • Pick light fabrics • Try to select thin border sarees • Prefer wearing long sleeve blouses • Pleat your saree precisely • Tuck it below the navel
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TechSquadTeam provides professional help in draping sarees of different cultures and materials. From traditional Odia style saree draping to indo-western fancy style saree draping, we offer all types of saree draping services. Fashion trends in India change now and then, but the one trend that remains constant is the Traditional Indian Saree. For forever, the saree has been India’s own identity in the garment which has always reflected a woman’s beauty and elegance.
Our experienced and professional beauticians are the best in this field and provide you with the saree style according to your requirement. Be it for casual wear or a wedding, TechSquadTeam is here to drape you in a beautiful saree. A saree is made from varieties of materials such as cotton, silk, chiffon, etc. India has various types of saree styles that have even inspired the fashion outlook of the entire world. As graceful as it is, wearing a saree can be pretty difficult if you don’t know the correct way.
The women of Odisha have been applauded for the Odia-style saree draping for years now. Generally, the saree is worn with neat pleats and the pallu over the left shoulder.
The style in which the Bengali saree is draped is quite unique from other styles. The Bengali saree style is also called “shadaa sheede”, due to its simple and elegant nature. Sarees from any region can be used to drape it in Bengali style, which will still look graceful. You could also opt for any cotton variety that is white with red borders to get the classic look right. The Bengali style does not have any pleats in the front; rather it has a long dropping style.
It is one of the most beloved styles of saree draping, that has not only been showcased in popular Indian cinemas but also has made its mark in Indian fashion. It is often called “ Nauvari Saree Drape”, which highlights curvaceous figures, allows room to walk fast, and work with ease. The Maharashtrian saree style can also be worn both with and without a petticoat and for a classic look, you can wear the blouse of the Khun fabric from Belgaum.
The Marwadi style of saree draping is also called the Rajasthani style. This style is often worn with bright colours and air fabrics such as red or yellow. This type of draping is usually good for summer. The Marwadi-style draping is best for any traditional folk festival.
One of the most popular saree draping styles in Gujarat. The Gujarati style is worn by the pallu being pulled over the shoulder and spreading to the front, while the ends of the saree are carefully hidden on the sides. The Gujarati style is often chosen for Garba nights, through which you can play the Garba with vigor and energy. This saree style also provides women an advantage to show off their jewelry in full essence. The Gujarati saree draping style is lovingly organized and provides a sense of tradition.
This style of saree draping originated in the state of Assam. It consists of two pieces of clothes, one draped on the top and the other on the bottom. The bottom cloth is called Mekhla that is tucked into pleats towards the right side of the waist. The Chador is tucked in the upper portion at one end and draped off the upper body on the other. This type of saree style is popularly worn at the festival of Bihu.
The South-Indian style saree draping often opts for special occasions like weddings and Receptions. This style consists of pleats in the front and is best to showcase your jewelry. Different states of South India have different styles of saree draping styles. The one thing common is that it is simple and graceful.
It’s the 21st century and while the world learns about our style, we also need to reciprocate with some fusion wear of traditional-modern attire. There is a whole lot of experimenting you can do to achieve your desi-fusion look. Not only is it contemporary, but it can also be stylish and fun too. You can use a scarf instead of pallu and sneakers instead of heels. You can wear pants underneath and tops instead of a blouse. You can do many fusions, as long as it's glamorous and elegant.
The “pallu” of a saree is a work of art. You may not realize, the styling of pallu can make or break the whole saree look. Pleats are the crossed design of the saree done in the front from the waist down. Pleat design is a formal look of saree draping which is much loved as a classic saree look.
It is a modern twist to traditional saree draping. There are multiple saree pants you can choose from to nail this look, such as flared pants, dhoti pants, churidars, etc. This style is comfortable and ideal for both parties and weddings. You can style your saree pants with some crop top or a long shirt instead of blouses.
A perfect fashion enthusiast knows what to wear on a particular occasion. Granted that sarees are mostly worn for special occasions like weddings, but who said you can’t wear them for casual events like birthday parties or dinner? The casual floaty style saree draping is perfect for such occasions. The pleats are to a minimum with the pallu pleated slightly on your elbow to keep your arms free. This style is very comfortable and you will feel as light as a breeze.
Among the pant style saree look, one of the most popular in that section is dhoti style saree draping. The dhoti-style saree not only is super comfortable but also gives a very traditional look. This style is for those days when you do not want any hassle of wearing difficult and highly complicated clothing. A silhouette with a gorgeous metallic sequined blouse will complement this look very much.
One of the most popular trends is styling your saree with a belt. Depending on the occasion, you can go for any type of belt you want. If it is for a festival or wedding, you can go for a studded jeweled belt, and for formal events, you can choose a leather belt to go with your saree.
The retro style or the “Mumtaz” style of saree draping is a version of the look that was started by the actress Mumtaz in old Bollywood movies that continued from the 50s to the 90s. The retro style is now making a comeback with many celebrities following this trend. You can use this style of saree draping for a Bollywood theme party or just for a retro-style party.
It is a modernized style of saree draping where instead of the pallu going over the shoulder, you can wear it like a scarf. It is a stylish and different saree look with a hint of western touch. You can even skip the pleats and keep it simple at the bottom. The scarf-style saree draping is trendy, super-casual, and provides an off-beat ethnic look to the woman wearing it.
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Equipment Used – Saree pins, and saree pleats ironing machines, should be provided by the customer.
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