Category: Narmadha Kamal

Narmadha Kamalakannan, a firm believer of Keep the child in you alive and active, no matter how old you get, is a loving mother, working woman who also pursues her passion in dancing and writing. She is a HR, leadership development trainer by profession. With her experience in juggling between work, personal life and passions, she has authored a book “GET READY LADY” to give her views on how every wannabe working mother can successfully bounce back after a career break. She loves fashion and has her own style of fashion statement. Worked as a radio jockey, passionate dancer, an avid blogger, she regularly pens down her thoughts a host of topics under the sun (www.tigressandbutterfly.wordpress.com)

August 23rd, 2017 by dare2drape

By: Narmadha Kamal

We have seen a number of Lehenga-cum-saree style, saree-cum-gown style and it’s now time to combine looks of saree and salwar suit split into two body halves for each. While the lower part consists of traditional way of pleated saree, the upper half of the body would have seedha aanchal that is pleated and adorned in a dupatta style. Easy to drape and looks stylish.

 

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August 23rd, 2017 by dare2drape

By: Narmadha Kamal

When you are in a hurry and wearing a perfect pleated saree frets you up, or you don’t know the popular Indian styles of draping saree, you can always go for The Wrap Around Style. Wrap the saree around the waist, like wrap around skirts and pin up the last part of the saree or the pallu on the shoulders. It is simple yet trendy, most importantly quick and easy.

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August 23rd, 2017 by dare2drape

By: Narmadha Kamal

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Mumtaz created a stir in fashion world with her innovative drape of orange saree in the famous bollywood number. Draping the saree in similar fashion and yet differently! The black and white blend cotton saree has been adorned combining various ways of pleating that becomes the fusion of the modern and traditional.  The aanchal is of seedha palla while the lower body displays the trend set by aforementioned actress.

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August 23rd, 2017 by dare2drape

 

By: Narmadha Kamal

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The traditional drape with the ‘Palla‘ at the front can be played with pleating it neatly on the shoulders. This drape is also known as the ‘Gujarati drape’, even though it is worn by women in Eastern UP and Bihar. My first drape – this can be worn special if the palla is heavily embroidered or has broad borders.

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