How to Drape Padmavat Lehenga Style Saree

How to Drape Padmavat Lehenga Style Saree

After seeing the blockbuster hit movie Padmavat, you’ve probably fallen in love with Deepika Padukone’s avatar and her numerous lehenga sarees. In fact, many women have taken inspiration from her Padmavat look and chosen to wear their wedding saree in the same style. If you want to look like a Padmavat bride on your wedding day, consider the following tips for draping a saree in the lehenga style: 1. Start by wearing your blouse, matching petticoat and a pair of heels. Ensure the petticoat is tightly knotted. It should sit just at or below the navel. 2. Take the plain end of the saree, i.e. opposite of the pallu, and tie a knot. Tuck this knot into the right side

HOW TO WEAR SIDHA PALLU STYLE SAREE?

HOW TO WEAR SIDHA PALLU STYLE SAREE?

What’s the best way to showcase your favourite Bandhani, Patola, embroidered tinsel or panetar saree, wear it in a siddha pallu style. These famous traditional sarees are a staple in Gujarat and are often worn during festivals, religious ceremonies and weddings. What’s noticeable about all of them is the intricate detailing on the pallu. In order to show case it, the siddha pallu style of draping a saree works best with these Gujarati sarees. In this classic drape, your pallu will be the star of the show. It’s also a comfortable way to wear your favourite saree. To wear your saree in the siddha pallu style, start by: 1. First wear your saree blouse, petticoat and a pair of heels.

How to Wear South Indian Style Wedding Saree?

How to Wear South Indian Style Wedding Saree?

Whether you’re wearing a Kanjeevaram or Bangalore silk saree for your wedding, no one can doubt the beauty of a bride in a well-draped saree! Here is a step by step guide in South Indian style bridal saree draping: PRE-DRAPING 1. First, gather everything you need to wear a saree. You will need the following items: – saree (ironed) – matching blouse – matching petticoat – a pair of heels – safety pins These are the basic things you will need to wear your saree properly. 2. Next, wear your blouse followed by the petticoat. Ensure your blouse fits you well BEFORE the actual wedding day. This will give you some time to make necessary adjustments. A well-fitting blouse is

DISCOVER A NEW YOU WITH THESE MEN’S KURTA PAJAMAS

DISCOVER A NEW YOU WITH THESE MEN’S KURTA PAJAMAS

Kurta Pyjama, a Indian attire comprising of a duo where kurta, a straight collarless shirt with buttons at the neckline makes the top wear while bottom wear has a loose, trousers style cut. It is the most comfortable wear for men, easy to wear and carry, full of grace and class personifying Indianness in the most authentic manner. This Indian outfit felt its first touch of glamorisation when Indian actors were seen wearing them on screen at the inception of Indian Cinema in pre-independence era which remained parallel to the time when this outfit was lovingly adopted by the freedom fighters as a symbol of unity against oppression, glorifying Indian products. How can such an outfit which comes with a

WHY ARE SILK SAREES THE HOT CHOICE FOR WEDDING?

WHY ARE SILK SAREES THE HOT CHOICE FOR WEDDING?

No Indian girl’s wedding trousseau is complete without silk sarees. Silk, known to be first developed in China which was originally reserved only for the emperors, soon found its popularity spreading to other parts of Asia, though the emperors of China tried to keep sericulture a secret but by 140 AD, silk had reached India and from here began a saga of India’s love story with silk. In North and Eastern India, it was called Resham and ‘Paat’ while in South, it was known as Pattu. Being the second largest produce and the largest consumer of Silk, Indian’s fondness for this soft, shimmery fabric can be well understood. It has been customary to wear Silk Sarees for various social functions

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