How to Drape a Saree To Look thin?

Do you hate the way you look when you wear your favorite saree? Those curves you want to hide just pop out in the most displeasing manner. You want to do something about it but just don’t know what! If that’s your problem, we have a solution. You can drape a saree to look thin. Here’s how!

Saree is a versatile traditional Indian fabric that is loved by women of all age groups. While it is true they make you look resplendent and gorgeous, there is no denying the fact that it is every woman’s dream to look slim in sarees irrespective of the body shape and type. To make your job easier, we have put together few ways to drape a saree to look thin. Read on to know more and try what works best for you.

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1. Use the Saree to cover problem areas 

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The foremost thing to be borne in mind is that use your saree to cover the areas where the body is slightly flabby or bulging out. Draping the fabric to cover such areas is one of the best ways to drape a saree to look thin and slim. Mostly, it is the belly area that women want to hide, and you can drape the saree accordingly to get the leaner, slender look. Hide away the love handles in the simplest manner just by draping the saree in a bit more conservative manner that covers all the skin.

There are several draping styles that can help you with this. Avoid the ones like Gujarati style for it’ll keep your stomach/abdomen area very visible which you don’t want.

2. Wear a Single Pallu Saree

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Another style that can be followed to drape a saree to look thin is wearing it with a single pallu. When you drape the saree in such fashion, the entire pallu will fall over the shoulder, fully covering the back as well as flabby areas such as the belly. Single pallu drape is an easy way to drape a saree to look thin.

3. Hide your flabby arms

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Arms are one area in the body that tend to accumulate extra flab. You can go in for blouses with three-fourth or quarter sleeves, or even full sleeves for that matter when it comes to hiding the flab around the arms. Saree draping styles are important no doubt, but it is equally important to give attention to the blouse.

Going in for halter necks or a sleeveless blouse is never a good option to consider if you are someone who has excess fat around the arms. Keep it simple with the exquisite full sleeves blouses, which can make you look slim as well as elegant at the same time.

4. Be careful with the pleats

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Pleating also plays an important role to drape a saree to look thin. Go in for 4 to 6 pleats of the saree to get that perfect look while at the same time covering the areas that have more fat. Tuck in these pleats properly around the petticoat. The petticoat length should be adjusted in a manner that excess fat areas around your belly can be concealed properly.

Apart from the above-mentioned tips to drape a saree to look thin, there are other factors too which play a role in making you slim while carrying this attire. The choice of fabric, design, and style is very important. If you are slightly on the heavier side, it is advisable to go for sarees with vertical stripes instead of horizontal ones. This will make sure that you look taller and slimmer. If you want to pick some great prints for this cause, do check out our website Brijraj.com for we have the best quality at best price.

Pairing a saree with the right pair of heels can also help you to look slim. Heels add to the overall leaner look that you are aiming for. Another useful tip is to avoid heavy borders and fabrics such as cotton and silk which tend to make up the volume. Instead, go in for crepes and georgettes.

Keep these few things in mind ladies the next time you wear a saree, and you are guaranteed to look even more beautiful than you already do!

Author: Brijraj

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