Currently I am participating in a seven week viral campaign hosted by Triveni Sarees. Every week I have to use a different sari and a different drape. You can read all about it here. Below is my first drape and you can check out the other people participating @ dare2drape.org. Have fun! Wear a Sari!
So the T-shirt drape is very similar to one seen in Bollywood a lot. Most girls seem to wear it like this… The part that normally covers your chest becomes more like a beauty pageant sash and the back is tucked in all the way around. Recently I have been dissatisfied wearing a sari during…
Shopping for Saris online is not always the best experience. I totally prefer shopping in person, because you can feel the fabric and see the actual color. But sadly I do not live in a part of the world where there are sari shops on every corner. In fact I don’t think there is a…
Here is a video for the men. This guys is hilarious to listen to. Have fun! 🙂
You need two complimentary or contrasting saris for this one.
They didn’t really have a name for this drape so I came up with my own. :p
This is kind of a combination of Bengali and Nivi…but not. 😉
Here is a cool little drape. Very classy 🙂
Hi guys, Sorry I haven’t posted for a while. Its been hard for me to get my camera out and do a video. But I found a new video on YouTube today! I am excited to share it. Have fun 🙂
I received an amazing petticoat in the mail yesterday. 🙂 It fills out my skirt style saris wonderfully! If you’d like an amazing petticoat check them out HERE. There is more than one style and weight. Thanks Radhika ❤
This drape was inspired by the Roman Stola.
Special thanks to Vibha for finding this video 🙂 Don’t try to use a heavy silk or a starched to heck cotton for this drape. It will stick out in odd directions. Light weight and flowing whatever the material it is made of is the way to go 🙂