Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Tale of Yards that weaves dreams with ellegance :Triveni Dare2Drape Challenge

Today I am back with another OOTD post which is a lot different from the ones I have posted before . Saree is something that bears sentiments of Indian women . Women across  the world are becoming inclined towards this traditional outfit mainly sported by Indian Women . Saree is an unstitched piece of rectangular cloth ,this unstictched piece of cloth is efficient enough to outshine the glory of many intricate designed apparels. In our country we have seen women wearing saree but one thing that used to amaze me when I was a kid is the type of pallu or Aanchal as we all call it .I bearly had any idea that this thing called saree can be drapped in somany ways .

Today I am here with a post where I have taken up Dare2Drape challenge sponsored by Triveni Sarees .The very first style I am sporting is authentic popular saree drapping style . This is the style I have sport in my OOTD post of Woman’s Day which is again in association with Triveni Ethnics .Click here  to Read 

Triveni Ethnics is a brand which is  30 year old maker of Sarees and Indian Ethnic wear. Based on the solid foundation built by its Sakambari Silks Mills, Triveni has spanned to global proportions with the advent of its online store –TriveniEthnics.com. Triveni currently has over 80 wholesale counters all over India with listings in all major online retailers as well. Triveni went online in 2011, taking the Triveni collection worldwide (www.triveniethnics.com), online & a few clicks away. Triveni’s designs & collections are now available at most major retailers in India and most major web-portals in India & worldwide. 

Triveni is a brand that organized a saree drapping workshop on the month of February, where award winning saree drapper Dolly Jain taught us a couple of easy saree drapping style . I guess you all have already read the post about Triveni’s Bloggers Meet at Oxford book store Kolkata.So the  style that I am sporting is what I have learnt from Dolly Ma’m .This style is mostly sported by women of north eastern India . Assam has got some unique bihu style of drapping but this style is pretty much proventially confined . The style I am wearing this saree is sported by women of North Eastern India.

Now let me revive the bong spirit .Actually I am not trying to draw comparison or any kind of controvery but my mother says no other style of drapping a saree is as graceful as Bengali Style of drapping a saree. Here goes the glimpse . 

Let me now come to another style which is sported by women across North India and mostly north western India. This style is often visible as a popular style of drapping in Bihar, Chattisgarh Jharkhand belt too.


Saree drapping style called “Mermaid “ was very very popular in the retro days when bollywood actresses like Mumtaz sported mermaid style of drapping saree.Here goes a glimpse of me sporting the same . The Saree I am Sporting is Sakambari Silk Saree from Triveni Ethnics Black with mustard combination zari border . Lip Shade: Miss Claire Soft Matte Lipcream 15A