This drape is super fun and easy. Basically a nivi skirt with the pallu as a shawl. You can have the pallu pleated or wrapped around your shoulders. I did this drape with a lovely Ecoloom silk/cotton sari, that I recently acquired. It is super thin and yet very sturdy and drapes like a dream,…
For this drape I made 6 pleats in the very beginning, and in the end if you don’t have enough to make the belt you can leave draping like a cape 🙂
Here is a very cool project that I was informed about recently. It is similar to my blog (documenting drapes) but I’m sure it will be even more amazing. I am learning and innovating as I go and these people already know their stuff 🙂 Best of all they are going to make it free…
This one is interesting. Its more like a dhoti than any of the other pants style saris and it kind of pulls up on the right side. You’ll have to play with that if you want the legs to be even in the back.
This drape is similar to the Gujarati drape but has a flavor and look all its own. I thought it might be frumpy when I first wore it but I ended up loving it. Definitely one of my all time favourites.
This one is wrapy fun and gives you full coverage if that’s your thing 🙂
Here is a very cool modern skirt drape. I uesd a Crepe Silk Sari for the pictures below.
An Assami wrap dress sari drape!
Long Shirt Drape! This drape is for northern winters. Dress up you sweaters and wool leggings in a gorgeous sari 🙂 Goes well with slippers too 😛 http://www.dare2drape.org/
For week three I did one of my own creations. A bustle skirt from the late 1800’s. This drape is so much fun to wear ❤ .
Here is week two’s drape 🙂 A Lovely blue, gray and cream sari in Coorgi style.