7 Mistakes You Should Never Make While Wearing A Saree


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7 Mistakes You Should Never Make While Wearing A Saree

A saree is an attire that makes you look sexy as well as gorgeous in the most traditional manner. At the same time, it gives you a chance to flaunt your curves like no other outfit. However, there are various things that you need to take care of in order to look your best in this beautiful Indian attire. If not worn properly, the whole essence of dressing up in a saree may get spoiled. Little here or there can turn this elegant drape into a huge disaster.

Hence, here are few things that you should avoid when you decide to dazzle in a saree: 

#1. Wearing wrong shoes

Never wear casual platform heels or wedges with a saree. Also, the flats and slippers should be avoided as they spoil the overall look. However, high heels and stilettos go very well with this gorgeous Indian attire, as they make you look slimmer and taller.  

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#2. Heavy jewellery

You need not have an overdose of bling when you wear your favourite saree on any particular occasion. This will surely get you good amount of attention, but certainly not in a right way. Go for delicate jewellery like subtle earrings, thin bracelet, and long sleek chains with small pendants, etc. This will accentuate your looks and also make you look your age, i.e., young!

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#3. Experimenting the styles

There are various styles to drape a saree that you might be tempted to try on yourself. But, if you do not know how to drape it in any particular manner, then it is better not to give it a try. If you really want to do something different, then it is advisable to take help from someone who is adept in the art of draping a saree in different ways.

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#4. Mismatch with the occasion  

This is yet another mistake that you should avoid making, so as to prevent yourself from being a laughing stock. You might be having some favourites among the huge collection that you have. But, that does not mean you would wear them irrespective of the occasion. Wearing light-weight and subtle coloured saree is not suggested for a formal function like a wedding. Similarly, that shimmery fine fabric enhancing the beauty of your wardrobe is a ‘strict no’ for wearing in the office party.  

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#5. Adding too many aides

Although it is a good idea to use a lot of pins so as to make your saree more manageable, but at the same time, you need to manage the pins as well. Make sure that you have managed to hide all the pins behind the fabric, and they do not show up from anywhere. Also, avoid using too many of them on a delicate saree, so that it does not tear apart. 

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#6. Misfit blouses

Do not get tempted to wear sexy and extremely tight blouses, if they do not go well with your body. If you really want to wear such a blouse, make sure you bring your body in the best shape by following a fitness regime. Similarly, loosely fitted blouses also spoil the overall look. 

#7. Flared petticoat

Flared petticoat should be avoided as they will make you look fatter and shapeless. Also, they make the task of managing the saree quite difficult. It is therefore, always a better option to go for plain  and fitted petticoat.

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Needless to say, a properly draped saree makes every women look extremely stunning and graceful. Now that you are aware of the dos and don’ts of wearing a saree, make sure that you follow these every time you wear it, so as to make every head turn towards you.