Unordinary Stitch Fix Summer Style Ideas For Inspiration 44
Unordinary Stitch Fix Summer Style Ideas For Inspiration 44

30+ Unordinary Stitch Fix Summer Style Ideas For Inspiration

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Every unstitched cloth in history has been considered to be sacred. This particular attire finds its origin back to the Indus valley civilization with women wearing it draped like a trouser.

Over a time period, Saree has seen an exponential change not just as an attire to be worn to temples but also as an everyday wear. Through the tunnel of history every region has adapted its own style of wearing the Saree and each has their own history. Now-a-days, sarees are preferred mostly as Party wear. A rightly draped, pleated and well matched blouse can always make the Lady and give her a high ego boost.

The word Saree comes from the Prakrit word “Sattika”, which later got shortened into “Sati” and much later “Sari”. As Hindus regarded any stitched cloth to be impure, women were not taken to wearing blouses prior to the British era. With British invasion and more Muslim women preferring to wear Saree, the existence of Blouse aka the Choli came into being. Starting then the main aspects of Saree remain the same; a 6 yard Saree, a petticoat and a matching blouse.

Before wearing a Saree, one needs to make sure that she has a matching well fitted blouse and a non-flaring Petticoat. Check that the length of the petticoat is from wait to your ankles. Take one end of the sari and neatly tuck into the petticoat around the waist from right to left. Make sure that the lower end of the Saree is touching the floor slightly.

Resume from the place where the sari tucking has just ended and now start making pleats in the sari from there. About five to six pleats in the sari, each of them with a width of five inches should be enough. Hold them all together so that they fall straight and even. Then tuck the pleats into the petticoat slightly left to the navel. Also make sure that the pleats are turned in the left direction.