How to Wear a Saree in 2 Mins to Look Slim With Thin Pleats Perfectly Step by Step - Punjabi Style

Punjabi Style Saree Draping Step by Step -

  1. Use a chiffon or georgette saree, for this method. 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.
  2. Bring it towards the front again and leave some length of fabric and tuck on the left waist. Bring the saree around the person and bring to the front again. Make pleats on the pallu and secure it flowing from back to front keeping it short.
  3. Take the pallu , bring it across the chest like a dupatta and secure the end on the left shoulder. Secure pins such that the fabric over the chest is in a V shape. Secure the short end of the pallu over the left shoulder, on the upper back.
  4. Make pleats on the lower front and secure in the center. Make the pleats set neatly behind, use pins wherever necessary.

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Step 1:

Use a chiffon or georgette saree, for this method. 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.

Step 2:

Bring the saree around the person and bring to the front again. Make pleats on the pallu and secure it flowing from back to front keeping it short.

Step 3:

Take the pallu , bring it across the chest like a dupatta and secure the end on the left shoulder. Secure pins such that the fabric over the chest is in a V shape. Secure the short end of the pallu over the left shoulder, on the upper back.

Step 4:

Make pleats on the lower front and secure in the center. Make the pleats set neatly behind, use pins wherever necessary.

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