Hold them at the centre, and spread up the pleats to have the upper and lower borders far from each other and gathered back in a triangular drape at the front hip level.
Who said only sandals and heels go with sari? Step 4 Take the pleats over to your left shoulder taking about 1m pleats hanging down free from shoulder and pin this at shoulder.
This is a very simple drape, but doing it with your normal saree is also possible, all you need to do is fold in the Border of he saree from the left and pin at edges, Watch the video for guidance. Pin these pleats at that level with the inside leggings so they are well secured in that drape fall.
Step 5 Now pick and gather the pleats together from the front and drape them from front to the back on hip level, across to the front from left side. Hold the pallu section widthwise and then make shoulder pleats. This saree draping style got so much attention in parties and but not any knew how to drape it then. Home Lifestyle Fashion 5 times Sonam Kapoor inspired us to drape a sari in an unusual way for this wedding season.
Now tuck these in your centre waistline to get a clean appearance at waist section. When it comes to experimenting with style, Sonam Kapoor is a marvel. Adjust the front bodice drape pleats to get the pleats spread up, covering the waistline a bit to get a sober and graceful look.
This way of draping the sari is big hit with young ladies, who are otherwise not very comfortable in the attire. Do try this drape out and tell us what you think about it in the comments below. File photo Her Cannes 2013 sari look with heavily embroidered jacket, styled with the nathni is your perfect wedding look.
Now take out the remaining 1. Just let your hair loose and opt for heavy temple-design jhumkas to complete the look. Step 7 Take the other loose fabric on the right front, which now looks like a loop or, and start making pleats of 2-3 inches on the lengthwise direction.
Paint your pout crimson, oxblood or mocha this cold season. Now wrap the saree around your back and bring both sides of the saree in front from where the left side should have about 1.
From heavy Kanjeevaram saris to Khadi cotton ones, Sonam Kapoor has flaunted many fabrics and draping styles, nailing the look every time.