Saree Drape Styles to Look Ultra Stylish this Festive Season!

Written by Sarha India


Posted on March 17 2022

As the festive season of Holi is almost coming to an end, we still have Gudi Padwa and Akshaya Tritiya lined up. The festive season is upon us and it is time to step up the style game. For that matter, Sarees are the most conventional and hassle-free outfits. You don’t have to worry about fittings and patterns as you can style them however you want! Sarees are such multi-functional drapes! And this festive season, drape your sarees in traditional as well as fusion ways. Experimenting with different ways is what millennials are famous for! And you can very well style a saree to create some interesting looks this festive season 2022!

Bengali Style 

Perfect for the Indian woman in you, it looks graceful yet sensual. If you have a saree that has intricate borders and is bright in colour, Bengali style saree will be just perfect for you. Be it cotton, handloom, or a brocade saree, this draping style will be perfect for any festival. Team it up with the right jewelry and accessories and you will surely look elegant.

Banarasi Drape

It started with just a long stretch of fabric being draped over one’s shoulder – and now it’s whatever you want it to be! You must have seen that one Banarasi saree stacked safely in your mom’s closet, or a perfectly handwoven and simple saree that your grandmother talks of fondly and finds every occasion to flaunt! This is the epitome of ‘classics’ and you just can’t beat the feeling that comes along with donning them. It’ll set you apart no matter which festival it is.

Nivi Drape

If you’re a true saree lover, then you know that the most famous way of draping a saree is called the Nivi drape. Even though it came from the culturally-rich state of Andhra Pradesh, it’s still considered universal. What might further pique your interest is that it’s one of the easiest to pull off! The best part? Add a touch of grace to the outfit with a simple floral maang tikka.

Maharashtrian Style

Though this saree looks difficult to drape, it is not. In fact, it is the most unique way to wear a saree. Once draped, it knows how to accentuate the beauty of every Indian woman. Originally worn in Maharashtra, this saree has managed to gain popularity all over the country. Pair it with a nose ring and a good pair of Kolhapuri chappals and you are good to walk in a Marathmoli style. Style tip- Drape it with a paithani to get the authentic look at festivals like Diwali.

About the best

It is entirely up to you how you drape your Saree, but it is critical that you do so properly and tightly, or else you will regret wearing it. The secret lies in the pleats which give a great impression. We hope these suggestions will help you achieve the glamourous ‘desi-girl’ look that you tried draping. Try these suggestions in the coming festive season and we are sure you will get the attention you desire. Begin with Sarha’s premium drape collection.