Saree Drape

Saree is India’s one of the most classic fashion trends that is evergreen and a constant fashion statement. Saree reflects the elegance and beauty of Indian women in a very unique way. Millions of Indian women wore saree that vary according to the region and area. It is one of the most versatile garments that gives both traditional and glamorous looks. There are numerous saree styles in India that have made a huge impact all over the fashion world. Earlier women used to wear saree only occasionally or at some events but now everything has changed. Now girls have started wearing saree on a regular basis.

The most important part is the blouse which varies from backless to full sleeves and has a boat neck and high neck. Another focusing part is the waist. The traditional blouse is normally upper waist but now tunic blouses are also gaining wide popularity. Also, there is the trend of wearing a jacket over the saree.

Different types of saree drapes:

  • Bengali saree: The traditional saree has normally 2 colors that are white with a border of red color. Box pleats are draped in the front while the veil is on the shoulder. Some women used to tie a bunch of keys that signify respect. Some other looks can be tried like neck draped Bengali touch.
  • Nauvri style: It is a Maharashtrian-style saree. It is similar to a dhoti. Its one end comes from front to back in between the legs which is further tucked in the waist. The upper end remains the same as the normal saree.
  • Nivi style: The most classic and traditional form of saree wearing. Pleats are tucked in front and pallu can be either pleated or can be left open and extended over the left shoulder. It is the most preferred and common style.
  • Pant or Indo-Western style: in this, you can wear leggings instead of a traditional petticoat. Pleats are tucked inside pants or leggings. It is quite popular among the young generation nowadays.
  • Siddha pallu: this style can be seen mostly in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh. This veil comes from back to front. Its same as lehenga choli. If you have a heavy embroidery saree go for this style.
  • Gol saree: It is also known as a Parsi-style saree. In this style the pallu comes from back to front covers the whole blouse and goes over the left shoulder giving a gracious look.