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Traverse across the length and breadth of India and you're sure to come across numerous different ways of draping the traditional Indian saree! From the unique drapes of Kodavas in the South to the prominent pallu used to cover the heads of women in the North, in India you will come across a drape from every region, different cultures and for every occasion.

Today, Indian fashion designers seem to be making an effort towards reinterpreting the versatile six yards. Each element of the saree has been redesigned and re-thought to breathe new life into it, making it wearable and fashionable at the same time.

And when we think of such unique designs, we think Tarun Tahiliani! He is one such designer whose richly detailed and structured drapes leave one in awe of his creations. His designs are all about the perfect fit that flatter the wearer. In all his ensembles, Tahiliani pays special attention to cuts and finish, and then, of course, there are always the drapes! Read on to discover the different draped silhouettes from the collections of the master of drapes himself-


The Gujarati style drape is a classic one which brings out the rich work of a saree. This particular saree by Tarun Tahiliani is crafted with georgette; when paired with the deep cut blouse that comes with it, it is sure to look every bit trendy as it is traditional.


Coming across this pre-stitched saree online at Carma, it would leave any fashionista ecstatic! Cocktail style drapes are as much about the saree, as they are about the blouse. These sarees look great when paired with sequinned net tops, crop tops and embellished blouses. This specific creation is an exquisite sapphire blue one that comes with a bodysuit-style embellished blouse. Wear this one when you simply want to dance the night away!


For an eclectic look, the dhoti style drape is the best pick. This style has gained popularity more recently as it is a Bollywood favourite. Not only does this style allow for ease of movement, but also has scope for further experimentation with layers. Club it with a blazer or jacket, and you have something unique to your personal style! This creation is crafted in georgette with floral motif embroidery, accented with the fringe hem line. You can surely carry this one out for a day time celebration. Alternatively, for a more formal event, pair it with a matching cropped blazer.

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