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20 Gorgeous Ways to Style Your Wedding Sari

Want to wear six yards of style instead of a wedding lehenga? Well, here is some sartorial inspiration to drape your wedding sari.

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    The traditional tuck
    Perfection is the key to nail this look with razor-sharp pleats and neatly tucked ends. 

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    Actor Arshita Shetty repped the crisp and classy draping style on her wedding day.

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    Add a veil
    Love pastel hues? Make the ensemble more ethereal by adding a veil to go with it. 
    (Image: Amarante Lifestyle Studio)

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    (Image: Golden Memories Photography/Instagram)

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    (Image: Black Magic Creations)

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    Drape an extra-long pallu
    A long pallu styled to trail after you is sure to make a statement. Take a cue from actor Deepika Padukone!  

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    The lehenga sari drape
    A voluminous version of the traditional sari with multiple drapes, this one lets you have the best of both worlds! 

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    Add a dupatta
    Colourblock your ornate sari with a breezy dupatta for the perfect wedding ensemble. 
     
    (Image: Sabyasachi/Instagram)

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    (Image: Gaurang Shah)

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    Play with neckline and sleeves
    Dramatic plunging necklines flanked with gorgeous bridal jewellery or classy, tapered long sleeves, blouses offer a lot of ways to experiment with a wedding sari.  

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    (Image: Kalki Fashion)

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    (Image: Suneet Varma)

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    Indulge in drape-play
    Pallu is a versatile part of sari that can be styled in various ways to suit the occasion. You can opt for an opulent double pallu style like this...
     (Image: Omsara.co.uk)

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    The front draped pallu works very well for an ornate and embellished sari. 
    (Image: Anupamaa Dayal)

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    (Image: Gaurang Shah)

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    Classy with a maharani-esque vibe, the jacketed shoulder drape is a favourite for actor Deepika Padukone.  

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    Pleat...or don't
    Going over the top with your pleats can be a great way to transform your wedding sari. You can try out pleated layers as seen here, or...

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    ...go sans pleats as seen on this ensemble. 
     
    (Image: Tarun Tahiliani)

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    Belted glamour

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    (Image: Abraham & Thakore)

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    (Image: Jayanti Reddy)

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