How to Wear Peshwai Saree?

How to Wear Peshwai Saree

The 9-yard long saree made up of a single long fabric is known as a naval saree. This saree is available in a variety of beautiful styles and patterns. This style of saree is appropriate for anyone looking for a unique saree that follows a completely different trend and pattern.

The most intriguing aspect of this style is that it has never lost sight of its origins. It has a long and illustrious tradition. Women used to fight battles with men in ancient times, and they discovered that they needed a garment that would allow them to travel freely.

This is how the Nauvari saree came to be. Isn’t that thrilling? It doesn’t even necessitate the use of a petticoat. The eye-catching design of these sarees makes them perfect for women of all ages. This Maharashtra saree has been passed down through the years.

Have you seen Bollywood stars in these sarees and thought they looked stunning?

Many people are perplexed by the difference between a Peshwai and a Brahmani saree. However, these two types of sarees are identical in fact. You’ve probably seen the film Baji Rao Mastani. Priyanka Chopra wears the same type of saree in that film.

In this blog, we’ll go over a different style of nauvari sarees and how to wear them in Peshwai style. So, let’s get this party started:

Step-by-Step Instructions for Wearing a Peshwai Saree:

Step 1 –

Take a silk saree and grasp the upper border. Make a knot for the longer piece on your right and the shorter piece on your left.

Step 2 –

Take the shorter section and tuck it behind your legs and behind your back. Pleats the whole length and neatly tucks it in the back.

Step 3 –

Return to the front and pleat the fabric. Make sure you leave enough space for the pallu.

Step 4 –

Finally, form a pallu by wrapping the saree around yourself. Make pleats and tie them around your shoulder.

Wear your silk saree in a Marathi pattern to enhance your appearance decently and exclusively.

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