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24 Years in Indian Fashion & Dresses
       
 

Ways to Wear Traditional Saris

   
 

Saris are usually worn in India although there are also other Asian countries where they are worn like Nepal and Bangladesh. The traditional saris are really beautiful and are worn all through India. We are in front of a highly adaptable clothing piece that can be suitable for all occasions. They can be worn at elegant events or even make for very appealing and sexy attires at different parties.

Traditional saris are really graceful and are perfect for thin frames while complementing voluptuous women. There are some that are going to wear them while exposing backless blouses and their midriff in order to get a very nice visual effect. The exact same traditional saris can also be worn while covering all the skin.

Traditional saris come in different lengths. All depends on the region where they are worn. The common length is of 6 yards but there are many places where they are 9 yards long. The longer traditional saris are usually worn in Southern India.

In most situations we are going to see traditional saris being worn while wrapping the body with the help of a special part of them called pallu. They are going to be worn over a left shoulder and 6 to 7 pleats will form in the front. The good news is that these saris can also be worn in different ways. While this is the most common, traditional way, fashion dictated other ways in which they are worn.

Maharashtra women are going to wear traditional saris while forming a pant type in order to be allowed to move more freely, especially when talking about fisherwomen. Such an approach is highly functional while also being fashionable. Bengali women are to wear traditional saris in a way that can be described as peculiar. The sari is to be loosely wrapped just like a cloak and the pallu will freely fall over in the front. Goan women will also use a pant style.

You might also find the pallu being reversed, which is a Gujurati style. Such a form is highly popular because it will show off the pallu and this will make the entire outfit more attractive. Assamese women are to use knots under shoulders in order to offer functionality as they are mainly working in picking tea leaves.

In fashion shows we are going to notice that saris are wrapped up in different ways that are artistic. Such a wrapping will never be used in a day to day scenario. Traditional saris are always going to look better when there is also a stylish blouse being used. There are also different types of blouses that women can wear from high necks to full body. Every single blouse type is focused on putting an emphasis on a specific part of the body or of the sari.

As you can see, there are different ways in which traditional saris are currently being worn. All depends on tradition and fashion. There are different approaches that manufacturers take in order to offer women what they are looking for.

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