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Bollywood Retro Style -

  1. Tuck the end of the saree (non- pallu end) on the right side and bring it around the waist to the back side, tuck it in fully while doing the same. Bring it towards the front again and leave some length of fabric and tuck on the left waist.
  2. Arrange the front pleats in spread over fashion, for the pallu take the free flowing end from the lower right side and bring it over the chest and fix the pallu with border parallel to the flow on a first pleats. Make the rest of the pleats thinner and fix it over the left shoulder. Fix another pin behind flowing pallu. Take the flowing end and bring it over the left shoulder from the back to the front. securing the tip of the pallu just over the left shoulder in a single pin.
  3. Make pleats on the lower front waist and secure in the center.

Step 1:

Tuck the end of the saree (non- pallu end) on the right side and bring it around the waist to the back side, tuck it in fully while doing the same. Bring it towards the front again and leave some length of fabric and tuck on the left waist.

Step 2:

Arrange the front pleats in spread over fashion, for the pallu take the free flowing end from the lower right side and bring it over the chest and fix the pallu with border parallel to the flow on a first pleats. Make the rest of the pleats thinner and fix it over the left shoulder. Fix another pin behind flowing pallu.

Step 3:

Take the flowing end and bring it over the left shoulder from the back to the front. securing the tip of the pallu just over the left shoulder in a single pin.

Step 4:

Make pleats on the lower front waist and secure in the center.

<p>I put a big safety pin through the pleats in front. It is hidden by the part going over the shoulder. I also put a safety pin into the choli at the shoulder pleats (under the top layer of pleat). These allow you to wear it without worrying that it can be pulled off - essential if you have children. </p>