Saree (Sari) is the India’s looks national dress for females. Different saree style wear
The word sari derived from a Sanskrit word ‘sati’ which means strip of cloth. Sati’s literal meaning good for sari. Because it a piece of stitched fabric that ranges from 4 yards to 9 yards. The size of the sari varies because of the different styles that a sari worn in India. Depending on the style the length of sari required different sari.
Legenga Or The Petticoat
The garment worn to cover the body from waist to toes. It has no bodice and it tightly tied around the waist with the help of a draw string. To this under skirt/petticoat the sari will tucked. It serves the purpose of holding the sari onto the waist and also acts as opaque underneath garment. It should chosen to complement the sari that will draped and should match the colour of the sari.
Choli Or Blouse
The garment worn to cover the upper body which has no midriff and ends just below the bust. The choli needs to be tight fitting and should complement the sari. The blouse not an undergarment and seen outside. It can short sleeved or sleeveless with a range of neck lines.
Dhoti Style Saree
Dhoti style saree is very easy and quick to adorn. Make sure that you use the fabric like chiffon to clearly display the drape of this style. Plus, don’t go for printed sarees because this will blur the clear vision of dhoti like drape. You just need an attractive blouse & a pair of Lycra tights to hold the drape. All these points are very important to keep the look of the draping style uptight & next to perfection. Always remember to put on your shoes before draping any style to make sure the correct length of the saree. Let’s sneak into various steps to achieve this trendy & sassy draping style of saree.