Runways & Rattles is made up of Sheena, Nina, and Dipti — three sisters with individual styles, experiences and a passion for dishing on culture, couture and kids. At R&R, they focus on fashion, kids, life and more. The original version of this post about their favorite ways to drape saris can be found here.
Between the three sisters of Runways & Rattles, we have TONS of saris, but as soon as one is worn, it is deemed unwearable again because “everyone has seen it.” If we stuck to this theory throughout our lives, we would have an entire warehouse full of saris and lenghas. Therefore, we have put together nine different and unique ways in which we like to drape our sari to give one sari a complete makeover, over and over again! The best part — all of these drapes are easy to do on your own! At the end of this post, we have included a “How To” video tutorial on how to drape each sari style. We start with the basic drape and show you how to create these unique styles from there. Enjoy and please leave us your comments below.
Bengali with Palu Out Style
Long Gujarati Style
Dupatta Palu Style
Gujarati Palu Out Style
Back Dip Style
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