It’s hard to resist festivals in India, especially Durga Puja, which brings us the blessings of Goddess Durga. If you are excited about getting ready for Durga Puja and more festivities to come in trending Navratri sarees, this article is for you.

The four-day festival celebrating Saptami, Ashtami, Navami, and Dashami is a great time to flaunt your best Navratri sarees. If you’ve got your little group all set to go pandal hopping throughout the festival, we’ve got some fantastic ways to drape your Navratri sarees. This Navratri, bring a twist to your desi style with us, as we are going to show you how you can drape your Navratri sarees in several stylish ways. 

1. Front pallu style: Try the front pallu style if you have a saree with a heavily designed pallu. The beauty of draping a saree in this traditional style is that your pallu will be fully displayed. If you have Kanjeevaram or Banarasi sarees with intricate designs printed on the pallu, flaunt them in the front pallu style. This draping style will highlight the beautiful artwork on the pallu, especially if the rest of your saree is rather plain.

2. Belt style: When you’re tired of wearing your saree in the same way every single time, adding a belt is the quickest way to upgrade your look. You can start by wearing your saree in the usual way with the pallu going over and behind your shoulder. You can cinch your waist with a bright ethnic belt. A thick gold belt will look great if you have a traditional saree with golden work. The belt is to enhance the beauty of your look, so make sure your saree is instead a solid one so you can bring attention to your belt.

 3. Dhoti style: This style is trending big time these days because it’s super easy to carry. When opting for this style, stick to chiffon fabric because it will be easier to drape the saree. Also, don’t go for heavily printed sarees because the print will blur your dhoti pleats. Wear jeggings or something tight beneath to hold the dhoti drapes and complete the look with an attractive blouse

4. Butterfly style: This is an effortless modern style of draping where you can pleat your pallu into thin portions and pin it up on your shoulder. Another variation in this draping technique is pleating the pallu into a single column across your torso. 

5. Neck drape style: If you are planning to indulge in a lot of dancing during the Durga Puja festivities, this style is perfect for you. You can wear the pallu as if wearing a scarf to create a unique yet sophisticated look. This draping style will cover your necklaces, which is why you can accessorize with bangles and earrings to bring attention to your neck drape. You can pair this look with a bright blouse and add variation to the sleeves.

Hope you liked these awesome & unique ways to drape your saree during this festive season. 

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