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Here are 7 innovative ways to drape a sari

Updated on: 13 March,2022 01:54 PM IST  |  New Delhi

Wearing a sari is always exciting especially for big occasions but wearing the same style can often get boring. However, that doesn't mean one should stop wearing them. From a fashionable Mumtaz look to a belted-sari drape, here are some drapes to try out for your next party

Here are 7 innovative ways to drape a sari

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Draping our favourite saris gives us immense joy, but we often tire wearing it the same way time and again. Here are some celebrity drapes to up your style game:

The Mumtaz
This retro style was made popular by actor Mumtaz and is a great festive look for a sexy chiffon sari with a bling border.

The Cape drape
A matching cape teamed with a sari is draping technique which adds pizazz to your look. Choose your desired sari and look for a cape that has been stitched so that you can dress it up.

The Pant-sari
Sari pants are a trendy look that we can't get enough of. It's chic and neutral, and it's aimed at fashionistas who want to stand outs.

The Angrakha drape
Inspired by Mughal garments, this striking way of draping a Royal Angrakha is not only in fashion but stunning.

Dhoti style drape
Not only does a dhoti drape look great with winter blazers and jackets, its a comfortable and high fashion way to glam up a look.

Neck wrap style
You can wrap the pallu around your neck or wear it like a trendy scarf. Combine this with a handwoven piece to give the sari a modern twist.

The Belted drape
All you need for this look is a statement belt to cinch your waist. It adds a modern and edgy twist to the traditional sari look.

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