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Different Styles of Wearing Party Sarees

Lehenga Style Draping

Are you planning to wear a saree for an upcoming party? That’s definitely not a bad idea as saree can enhance your looks more than any other outfit. However, to become the centre of attraction at the party, you must know how to wear sari in a stylish way. Read on to get acquainted with some of the most charming saree wearing styles.

Lehenga style draping

Lehenga Style Draping

If you are going for a wedding reception and have decided to wear a saree, you can opt for lehenga style saree draping. The steps to wear saree in this particular style are pretty simple. There will be multiple pleats tucked around your waist, which would create the desired illusion of lehenga.

Bengali style draping

Bengali Style Draping

This one can be the perfect saree draping style if you going for a puja party. In addition, you can try this style of saree wearing for theme parties. The process is extremely easy, but the look it will offer you is amazingly gorgeous. This style would require you to make a couple of wide pleats tucked in two opposite sides of your waist. The look will be complete if you use a large and heavy key ring (preferably with a bunch of keys) for holding down your double-wrapped anchal or pallu.

Mermaid draping style

If you have a curvaceous body and you have been invited to a high profile party, you shouldn’t think twice before trying out this saree wearing style. Mermaid style draping will have the lower part of the saree wrapped in a way so that it looks like a flowing skirt. This would make you look slimmer than you actually are. Ideally, you should pick a saree with embellished border or heavy pallu when trying out this draping style.

Butterfly draping style

If you are wondering how to wear saree in different style when going to a Bollywood themed party, we have the right solution for you. Try out butterfly style saree draping. Many also refer to this style as Bollywood style draping. Here, you will have to wear the saree exactly like you do when trying the conventional Nivi style. The difference between Nivi and Butterfly draping lies in the pallu. Unlike Nivi, Butterfly draping would need you to keep the pallu excessively thin; it should be thin enough to make your navel or midriff visible. Try out this style with chiffon or net sarees; make the look even more exciting by wearing an embroidered blouse.

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