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Saree Styling Tips

In the recent years, saree has emerged as one of the most beautiful, glamorous and graceful clothing option. It has been embedded in the Indian culture since a very long time but its versatility has made it the trendiest Indian attire. Whether the occasion is formal, party, red carpet, office or anything else, saree can give you an eye arresting look. The grace and elegance of the saree lies in the draping style and the way it is styled.

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The first way of carrying a saree is the classic style where the saree is simply draped. A saree worn in this style, carried with ethnic jewellery can give any woman a dignified look and a typically traditional Indian look. Then there are the draping styles according to regional traditions like Bengali style of draping, Gujarati style, Kerala style, Maharashtrian style etc. All these styles have cultural and community values associated with them. These sarees look amazing on the festive occasions. With the changing times and fashion, styles of carrying sarees are becoming modish. To give your saree a sensuous touch, you can style it in butterfly style. Another trendy style is to go back to 1960’s and wear the saree in Mumtaz style which can be unique touch to your monotonous draping.

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Like other Indian attires, saree has also been given a fusion twist. Dhoti style saree is the best example of this fusion. You can wear your saree in a dhoti style or these days you can easily get ready made dhoti sarees in market. Another thing that matter is the fabric of the saree. For your silk and net sarees, you should always go for the classic style. For materials like chiffon, georgette and blended, you can try as many styles as you want to. The style of your blouse is the most important factor that affects your attire. You can go for stylish blouses and Indian celebrities can be your biggest inspiration for this. You can pick from corset blouses, tube blouses, halter necks, backless, long sleeves, jacket blouses and collar necks. Try new styles and your one saree can give you a variety of different looks.