Category: Sarika Singh

Sarika is born and brought up in UP state of India with her 3 lovely sisters, then finished her Master’s degree in Science from Rajasthan. Later, she moved to Scotland with her husband and started a new career in childcare. She continued her education ( Childcare, Management and leadership) and career in England and had been promoted as Childcare Manager. Since last 2 years she is staying in Dubai with her husband and working as Principal at a British Nursery there.
She is very passionate about children and their learnings as she believes that this is the only way to create a kind world for everyone. And this is how she got into innovation and creativity. She also enjoys listening music, dancing, driving and spending time with her friends.
She took Dare2drape Challenge to explore her innovation with her favorite outfit ‘Saree’.

March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

The Apsara drape

The Apsara drape a way of feeling gorgeous in a traditional saree. The chiffon fabric has given me the liberty to create a twisted pattern of the saree plates to provide them an angle of falling, same time the overlapping border of the saree gives it skirt-belt look . The pallu in this style can be styled as free-falling style or can be pined up to make it more of an ‘Apsara’ look.

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

Seema 'The limit' drape 1 Seema 'The limit' drape 2

A very unique way of draping a saree with heavy ‘Pallu design’. I have named it ‘Seema – The limit’ to symbolize a perfect modern woman as I believe as this generation of women are confident to try new ways, they love exploring the independence same time they carry their responsibilities well in other hand………they love showcasing their beauties at the same time staying in the logical limits of the ‘womanhood’  – exactly like my little sister ‘Seema’. As I have defined a limit to the corner of the saree-pallu, where it falls independently while showcasing the beautiful design.

 

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

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The Shiva-scarf drape 1 The Shiva -scarf drape 2

I would give all credit of this style to the lovely design of saree created by Triveni’s designers. The scaly design of the border has inspired me to create a look as Indian mythological God ‘Lord Shiva’ carries a snake around his neck like a scarf. This style of drape may keep you stay traditional with a very modern attitude.

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

The hanging 'Y' drape

This Drape is will be more suitable to the half-shaded sarees with prominent borders. when I have tried this way to drape the saree, I have realized that it gives a look of the English alphabet ‘Y’ hanging upside down so named it ‘The hanging Y’. It gives a beautiful and slim shape to the waist even when we have a little doubt about our growing weight.

 

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

Sarita 'The river' drape 3 Sarita 'The river' drape 1

The drape I have named as ‘Sarita – the river’ because the pallu falls from top to the side as a water falling in a river. The same falling look is given from both front and back. My elder sister ‘Sarita’ is the true inspiration for me to create this style. I feel it will be an easier and stylish way of carrying a saree when you don’t need to take the hassel of holding and fixing again and again.

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

Spiral drape 1

This drape is actually an inspiration from our 70’s fashion but  little more modern with the plates falling from the side to give it a skirt look and spiral way of carrying the pallu provide prominent shape to the look. I have created this style to provide more options to the ladies for theme parties as a fusion of trend and uniqueness.

 

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March 16th, 2016 by dare2drape

By: Sarika Singh

The royal drape 2

Being an Indian woman, this look is always so close to my heart. I always admire the grace and attire it brings to the personality of a woman. As i have always believed that every woman has some royal desires inside her…… she wants to be treated like a queen at times and this drape is a small glimpse of the attitude all women carry when treated right.

 

 

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