Sarees are attires which are inspired by the Indian fashion industry and are becoming famous along the course of time. Indian sarees are getting popular and making their marks in western fashion industry; as there are an increasing number of fashion enthusiasts who covet to don these sarees on possible occasions. One of hand that are people who are trying their hands on this attire, on the other hand there are people who could not drape this attire as they lack information on do’s and don’ts of draping a saree Here are some important points that one should remember while wearing a saree.
Material of a saree is an important factor while buying a saree. Georgette, Chiffon etc are material of sarees which are suitable for women with surplus pounds. Mysore silk saree helps heavier women to look slimmer. For women who are slimmer cotton, Tussar, organza etc are best options as it compliments their body at the best.
Bigger prints when festooned on the saree may be attractive but will look flashy and may overshadow other highlights. On contrary to this smaller prints when designed in attractive textures makes a pretty and attractive appearance.
Border is one of the important features of a saree that adds to the look of the attire. Broader borders make the wearer look shorter; hence, according to your height you should select a saree with appropriate border. If you are very tall then selecting broader border may add to your persona. On the other hand for women with shorter height, it is wise to select any saree with thinner borders.
Look at the picture above and you will observe that:
Don’t lose interest half way through the sari-draping session like Kangna.
Get the drape right like Raveena did in this fab sari.
Take lessons from Sameera on subtly yet sensuously working a big border sari like a pro.