How to wear a sari? Maiden Ways to Wear a Sari!!!

Someone rightly said that a sari is the sexiest nine yards of clothing that a woman can wear. In spite of being one of the longest outfits in the world, the sari casts a spell of sexiness over the onlooker which gives it an edge over any contemporary attire. It is a grab that has been adored since ages but never lost its glamour or its ability to be improvised upon. The nine yards of elegance fondles the silhouettes of women by accentuating her figure at the right places which is the reason for its evergreen trendsetting. But basic is boring so why not discover the maiden secret of how to wear a sari.

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How to wear a sari in a different ways?

how to wear a sari

Mermaid Style: Perfectly suited to women who want to emphasize their curves, the mermaid style sari justifies its name by rousing the enigmatic mermaid looks in you. Worn with a slightly longer sari since it has no pleats and entails wrapping around a great deal of the garb to give add a slimmer profile to your frame, the mermaid style sari is worn with a diagonal pallu.

Mumtaz style:  Using a solid monochrome sari with a border, this requires you to wear the sari in the usual way but keep the pallu a lot longer so that you can wrap it around your waist and below before throwing it over to the shoulder.

Rajrani style:  if you are wondering how to wear a sari in a rajrani style the let me tell you the trick. It can be worn with a heavily embellished sari by wearing a “seedha pallu” sari and just pinning it on the free shoulder to make a V. Yes, the royal look comes that easy.

Bollywood style: Bollywood style dressing is a covetous style of sari draping for most of the women in the world. It requires you to wear a satin petticoat and    have tighter pleats with the sari to achieve that look.

I hope now you got how to wear a sari in a different ways. Try these styles and let me know how it looks on you.

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