Introduction: How to Wear Lehenga Saree Step by Step to Look Slim - Different Ways to Drape Lehenga Dupatta

Four Ways of Wearing Lehenga - Step by Step Procedure -

Step 1 - Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the right shoulder with a pin at half length. Bring the flowing end from behind over to the left side, now take the flowing end of the front side in a single pleat and pin it behind in the centre, of the back. Take the flowing end from behind and bring it over the left shoulder and secure it with a pin with the border and design shown up prominently on the front.

Step 2 - Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the left shoulder with a pin at one third length, leaving the longer fabric in the front. Take the flowing end from front side and bring it all over the back and tuck it in the left side mid waist.

Step 3 - Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the right shoulder with a pin at one third length, leaving the longer fabric behind, bring it from behind in a single pleat to the left side and make a small folding on the left wrist and pin it along like a bracelet. Secure dupatta with another pin on the right side over the blouse line.

Step 4 - Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and secure the fabric on the right shoulder in a single pleat at one third length, leaving the longer end behind. Bring the flowing front end in a single pleat and secure it with a pin it behind in the left side. Take the longer end from left side bring it over the back and make large pleats and tuck it in the centre of the back. Adjust the pleats neatly so that borders and shown.

Step 1:

Type 1 -

Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the right shoulder with a pin at half length. Bring the flowing end from behind over to the left side, now take the flowing end of the front side in a single pleat and pin it behind in the centre, of the back. Take the flowing end from behind and bring it over the left shoulder and secure it with a pin with the border and design shown up prominently on the front.

Step 2:

Type 2 -

Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the left shoulder with a pin at one third length, leaving the longer fabric in the front. Take the flowing end from front side and bring it all over the back and tuck it in the left side mid waist.

Step 3:

Type 3 -

Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and make pleats fully to the entire length of the fabric. Secure the pleated section on the right shoulder with a pin at one third length, leaving the longer fabric behind, bring it from behind in a single pleat to the left side and make a small folding on the left wrist and pin it along like a bracelet. Secure dupatta with another pin on the right side over the blouse line.

Step 4:

Type 4 -

Take one end of the lehenga dupatta and secure the fabric on the right shoulder in a single pleat at one third length, leaving the longer end behind. Bring the flowing front end in a single pleat and secure it with a pin it behind in the left side. Take the longer end from left side bring it over the back and make large pleats and tuck it in the centre of the back. Adjust the pleats neatly so that borders and shown.

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