An iteration of the classic drape, this is one of the most effortless ways my mother drapes her saree. The floaty pallu gives the look a very laid-back and casual appeal that is sure to win hearts.
An experimental twist to the Bengali-style drape, this style looks great upon adding a belt at the waist. Try on a thin belt, broad belt, or even a cloth belt- everything works perfect! Add a pair of statement earrings in the colour palette of the belt to complete the look.
A quick way to add some sass to your usual saree drape is to wrap the pallu around the neck. It adds an instant, retro appeal and looks excellent in georgettes, satin and chiffon sarees.
Draping a saree like a dhoti with a loose pallu over the shoulder, up-front and on the side, makes it look all shades of elegant. A perfect mix of tradition and modernity, my mother would always pair it with simple blouses to bring emphasis to the drape.
Last but not the least, draping a saree in its usual way is always a classic. However, my mother would always try and add a twist to this conventional drape by adjusting the pallu at a lower height and barring the mid-riff a little more than usual to give it that elegant, Bollywood-inspired appeal.
Model: Anushka Hazra, Trell