DIY Video to Drape Iconic Mumtaaz Style Saree

DIY Video to Drape Iconic Mumtaaz Style Saree
Mumtaz style saree draping has been a rage, ever since the song ‘Aaj kal tere mere pyaar ke charche…’ went onto become a hit. This draping style is your easy way out to flaunt the elegance of a bygone era. Saree dress for women, the Mumtaz style adds a touch of retro charm to your ensemble.

The glamour act of yesteryear actress Mumtaz in the evergreen song must have made you think about how to wear Mumtaz style saree. So, here we are with a Do-it-yourself video to learn this classic style of saree draping. Whether you’re attending an Indian wedding or any special occasion, Indian wedding sarees are perfect to showcase your style and grace.

You Need

  • A solid colored Saree with border or preferably elegant chiffon saree
  • Sleeveless blouse
  • Petticoat
  • A pair of heels
  • Complementing Jewelry
  • Few safety pins
  • And around 3 Minutes

7 Easy Steps to Drape Mumtaz Style Saree

  1. We’ll start with tucking one end of the Saree in the petticoat and wrap one full round.
  2. Ensure the Saree length falls just an inch short of the floor.
  3. Make only 1-2 pleats and tuck it in the centre of your petticoat facing left.
  4. Bring the untied Saree portion from around the back to the front and tuck it 4-5 inch above the full length of the Saree.
  5. Now, repeat the step of wrapping the untied Saree portion and tucking it 4-5 inch above the first round of the Saree.
  6. Next, let’s make 6-7 pallu pleats of the untied Saree portion.
  7. Bring it from around the back over the left shoulder and fasten it with a pin.

Tips & Tricks

  • Make sure to wear your heels beforehand to get the right length of Saree.
  • You can add one more round four or five inch above the earlier round of Saree to get a slimmer look.
  • Instead of pleating the pallu, you can simply gather the pallu and fling it back.
  • To get the flawless look, keep the pallu length just above the hip level.
  • Keep safety pins close for easy pin-ups.
  • Be ready with basic make-up to save time.
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