Wedding Outfit Ideas: 5 unconventional ways to drape saree this marriage season

Love wearing sarees, but bored of wearing it the same old way? Read below to find out some unconventional ways to drape saree this wedding season. Flaunt your saree in style by draping them uniquely.
Wedding Outfit Ideas: 5 unconventional ways to drape saree this marriage seasonWedding Outfit Ideas: 5 unconventional ways to drape saree this marriage season
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Almost all major festivals are done, and now one season that has kicked off is the wedding season. Wedding is all about wearing glamorous clothes and looking your best. All of us wait for the wedding of best friends or relatives so that we can ace our fashion game by looking perfect. From lehengas and palazzos to anarkalis and sarees, we prefer trying everything to get that perfect and unique look. But we all know how tedious the process of picking up the perfect out can be.

If you are someone who is soon going to attend a wedding and are still confused about your wedding outfits, then we are to help you out with it. So instead of racking your tiny brains, we suggest you try something different this time. Read below to find out how you can drape sarees in unconventional and unique ways to look different this wedding season. It will not only enhance your curves but will also give the much-needed twist to the saree. 

 

Belt style:

 

This adds an Indo-Western touch to your traditional saree. Drape your saree the normal way and add a belt that cinches your pallu at the waist. You can even use a kamarbandh if you want to go for a more traditional look. Try wearing it with an off-shoulder blouse to add more modern look to your saree.

 

Dhoti style:

 

This offbeat and unconventional way of draping saree is gaining a lot of attention off lately. To achieve this look, all you have to do is wear the saree with leggings instead of a petticoat for better draping purpose. It not only allows for extra leg movement, but you can also pair it some jackets, for fusion and eclectic look.

 

Pant style:

 

If you want to go out there and look different, then pant style should be your pic. This saree has a modern fusion look and its chic and traditional at the same time. It accentuates your look more and will make you stand out in the functions. 

 

Pre-stitched gown style:

 

Love wearing saree, but don't know how to drape one perfectly, then this pre-stitched saree is for you. Also known as a cocktail style, it more about the blouse than the saree. It is a great look to go for if you're wearing chiffon or georgette sarees, and if your saree's pallu has a heavy border. Wearing a killer blouse is very important for the look for this saree. It's an easy drape and works well for almost all wedding functions. 

 

Lehenga style:

 

Want to wear lehenga but also want to wear a saree, then how about trying a lehenga saree? The lehenga style drape is pretty easy to ace as all you have to do is keep pleating the whole 6-9 yards. It requires some amount of patience and effort; it is definitely better than investing in two different outfits. Which one is your pick? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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