Our Favorite Ways To Drape A Sari

Our friends at Mumbai Boss provided us with a clever round up from Lakme Fashion Week. The ?modern? sari combines many western design attributes including ruffles, fringe, bold prints, and even long sleeves. Designer Payal Khandwala chicly combined a sari with a classic white blouse, mimicking Julia Roberts' style at the Golden Globes. Check out our favorite modern takes on India?s most traditional form of dress.

Our friends at Mumbai Boss provided us with a clever round up from Lakme Fashion Week. The ?modern? sari combines many western design attributes including ruffles, fringe, bold prints, and even long sleeves. Designer Payal Khandwala chicly combined a sari with a classic white blouse, mimicking Julia Roberts' style at the Golden Globes. Check out our favorite modern takes on India?s most traditional form of dress.

 

 

 

 

How much is too much print? Clearly there's no such thing, according to this take by Aartivijay Gupta.

 

 

The pallu goes off shoulder in this belted version by Digvijay Singh.

 

 

A two-material sari gets a matching collared blouse in this iteration by Ilk by Shikha & Vinita.

 

 

 

Here's how you bring together two closet essentials - the white shirt and the sari, this one by Payal Khandwala.

 

 

If you're going to wear a statement blouse, you might as well show it off. Sari by Ritika Mirchandani.

 

 

Shantanu and Nikhil's hybrid version is part lehenga, part sari and part gown.

 

 

Shruti Sancheti's elegant silk sari is old school in shape but also kinda timeless.

 

 

Shantanu and Nikhil's second version gives the blouse a statement ruffle.

 

 

Leather, fringe and long sleeves? It sounds so wrong but looks just right. Sari by Soup by Sougat Paul.

 

 

The master of the sari drape - Tarun Tahiliani - turns his into a Grecian gown.

 

 

The embellishment on the blouse works just as well in place of a necklace. Sari by Tarun Tahiliani.

 

 

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This article originally appeared on one of our favorite fashion sites, Mumbai Boss >>