Archives for November, 2015

By: Diksha Gupta Gujarat has it’s own style of saree draping which is quite popular in North India also as

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By:  Garima Dutt   So I chose the ‪#‎Diwali‬ week to do my fourth drape of the ‘7 weeks 7 drapes challenge’

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By: Vishakha Talreja This week I tried the Dhoti style drape that fashionista Sonam Kapoor has often been spotted wearing.

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By: Kseniia Larovchyk   The sari is worn pleatless; it is wrapped around the waist, brought back to the right

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By: Svetlana Mishra The Sidekicker drape is very contemporary. To get this drape start wearing the saree in the usual

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By: Svetlana Mishra   The warrior drape depicts independence, power and confidence. For wearing this style of drape you may

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By: Svetlana Mishra   This Style of draping called the “MAHARANI” will make you feel no less than one! The

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By: Svetlana Mishra   The Ghagra drape is very simple yet beautiful! This drape requires more pleats and hence we

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By: Svetlana Mishra The Curtain drape portrays a strong outgoing personality. To get this style fold the entire saree into

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By: Vishakha Talreja   I call this draping style , that was a spontaneous try, the politician or shawl style

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