Hello pretty ladies, Wedding season is on full swing, and we all love this time of year because it gives us more reason to dress up.
We all want to look our best and different than others in the wedding, but if you see the kind of attire we can choose from then the choice is very limited we mostly wear one of this. Lehenga is a costly dress, and other then weddings we don’t really get chance to wear it many times, however wearing the same lehenga again and again is boring and no one wants to do that. And again thanks from me and my mother:) Reply This is amazing! Reply Hie sweta,actually my problem is i have a lehenga choli and in it my choli is quite the same time i dont want that my belly is seen so can u suggest me what i should do so that my belly is not seen. I have silk sari of blue shining colour and I want to make choli from it.
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I have come up with 7 styles with photographs and instructions on how to do them. and place it such that only the board is visible, fold it around your wrist in a loop and secure it with safety pin. need one suggestion one of my lehanga dupatta is very heavy (heavy embroidery), its so heavy i cant even tell you. here everybody does so much work to share their knowledge with each other… 🙂 i already saved ur tips for festivals and occassions.. I wud personally ask u for more detailed tips for pallu.. 😛 🙂 This is my fav post of all in imbb..:) Reply Thanks sweta…
You may need someone’s help here to put this pin, in case you have no one then put the pin first then insert your wrist in it. And if people are really intrested in saree draping tutorials i will love to do it. that lehanga i always consider useless but i really like to wear that. i have my real brother’s wedding in 2 months and i was trying to find this stuff on google…
This style also gives you nice posture as you always have something in your hand. as you do for Gujarati /Rajasthani pallu then make pleats and secure it with pin on your right shoulder. Then take one corner of dupatta and put it on your left shoulder as shown in picture. I usually wear my lehengas half-sari or flowing style and it sucks because everyone thinks I’m wearing a saree! I love wearing saree and experimenting with it So I will try to work on your request Amisha 🙂 Reply Wow Shweta it’s lovely, I’m a person who strays away from ethnich wear due to all the fuss bout draping the flowy dupattas n lehangs but this is definitely useful for a person like me, thanx for sharing, TC Reply that’s SUCH a clap worthy post shweta! which dupatta style you will suggest which will go with heavy dupatta.
While doing this make sure you are making a clean V in front. This is a very good option for people who have heavy upper body. I hope you all liked these looks and will try them out too… That’s all for today, stay stylish and rock this wedding season. Now I can try these at an upcoming wedding , where I have to wear a lehenga..yayyy!! I can’t do V-pallu, because I’m top heavy and it makes me look much bigger up there. And *blush* I was only speaking euphemistically 😛 Reply oh woooowwww shweta. 😛 every style is gorgeous but my personal fav is half saree because i find that easiest to carry and i can wear a saree without actually wearing it. I dont this that I need to go to a parlor for getting the dupattas draped now.. 😀 i donot own a lehenga as i always thought i don’t have the figure to carry it. (my body size is mediocre kind of not thin not chubby) Reply Hi Divya, the description of your lehenga reminds me of my wedding lehenga, that is also so heavy.
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You won’t believe how many lehenga pictures I’ve been browsing to find an appropriate draping style. 😀 Reply Thanks Devie, Actually the V pallu is done perfectly is supoosed to make you look slim.. I will suggest you to try tie on wrist style but do not pleat the dupatta, keep it flowing. i was just searching for styles to drape dupatta for my wedding lehenga….
just try it out and ask ppl at home to tell you honestly if that makes your upper body look slim… that way you won’t spoile your duppta with so many pins and the heavey work on dupatta will be visible too 🙂 hope this helps..
Reply thanks Sweta for the suggestion, trust me its really of great help…wedding lehanga is also very heavy it looked great that time ,now i dont think its of no use except karwa chauth…if you can do any tutorial on how to reuse wedding lehanga will be great….:) Reply I hv tried the v- neck and half sari drapping styles but m eager to try the bong style never imagine could drape it with lengha…
Let guys go gaga over your looks and girls head over with backless cholis, churning lehengas, colorful dupattas and heels on your fashion statement!