Drape your self in Indian tradition to look more hotter than ever before!

This Summer Fashion experts have suggested to Drape yourself in a cape saree or a colour pleated one to look your best. Designer Sumona Parekh and Yashodhara Shroff, Director and Founder at Styletag.com, have listed a few sari trends that you can follow

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 12 May 2017 10:47 AM GMT

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Drape your self in Indian tradition to look more hotter than ever before!

Lucknow: Saree, an Indian mark of elegance, beauty and style. From cotton, crape, silk and chiffon to tissue, net, embroided and printed, while almost every state has its own specialty in saris, every generation has loved it in all ways.

This Summer Fashion experts have suggested to Drape yourself in a cape saree or a colour pleated one to look your best. Designer Sumona Parekh and Yashodhara Shroff, Director and Founder at Styletag.com, have listed a few sari trends that you can follow.

In slides ahead: Check out some sari draping styles...

Cape saree: Capes can be sheer or opaque. Try all cape styles this season - cropped cape, jacket cape and floor touching cape.

Colour pleated saree: After last year's trend of a pallu in different colours, now the differently coloured pleats are in. The pleats are in contrasting colour to the rest of the sari, and the pallu may or may not be in another third colour.

Concept sarees: They come pre-draped or are worn in a different way. The most common ones are dhoti saris. Pair sari with leggings, scarves and trousers.

Animal motifs: An interesting sari fashion trend catching up this year is animal motifs. Paisley patterns and floral tapestries are making a comeback.

Zip-up sarees: The traditional drape has also taken up a ready-to-wear avatar. These zip-up saris are now becoming a rage among people who are not sari experts but still choose to don the traditional ensemble.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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