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Wrap Me Pretty


Sure, between the 3 of us we have a lot of saris… But as soon as one of us wears a sari, everyone has seen it! So we’ve figured out how to drape our saris in different ways to get the most use out of them and give each sari several looks! In sharing the fun, we’ve put together a grid of our top 9 ways to drape a sari. The best part – all of these drapes are easy to do on your own! Read more for a closer look at the styles. As always, feel free to contact us!!

Bengali with Palu Out Style

Bengali Stylesaridrape2

Long Gujarati Stylesairdrape3

Devdas Stylesaridrape4

Dupatta Palu Stylesaridrape6

Gujarati Stylesaridrape5

Mumtaz Style


Gujarati Palu Out Style


Back Dip Style

Due to an OVERWHELMING request for a “How To” video, we have come up with a tutorial on how to drape each style. We start with the basics and show you how to drape each one of the styles from that point on. The best part of this video is that it shows you how to do it on your own (which is probably the biggest challenge for most of us). We apologize in advance for the quality, however, until we are expert videographers, this is the best we could do! Enjoy and please leave us your comments below! Also, tweet us your versions at @RunwaysRattles!

14 Comments on “Wrap Me Pretty

  1. Aikku Lootus says:

    Stunning! I love saris and dupattas. They are so beautifully made. 🙂 Thank you!

    1. Thanks so much! xo

  2. Love this post =P

    1. RunwaysAndRattles says:


  3. Awesome sauce!! Howd you put them on?!

    1. RunwaysAndRattles says:

      Thanks! We are expert drapers 🙂

  4. I love this post! If we’re interested in learning one particular style, could you upload a YouTube video with directions on how to tie the saree that way?

    1. RunwaysAndRattles says:

      Thanks! We would love to send you a private video with a tutorial on how to drape the sari in your favorite way(s)!

      1. Please do – special request for the dupatta drape and the Mumtaz drape, por favor!

        1. Maya Seshadri says:

          Me too, me too! And the back dip! 🙂

      2. Can you please send me the Bengali and Gujarati style videos? Thanks so much!

        1. I’m sorry, I meant Bengali with Palu Out Style and Gujarati style. Thanks!

          1. RunwaysAndRattles says:

            The video on all the drape styles is now available to view at the bottom of the post (here is the link, I hope it helps you drape your sari in your favorite ways! Good luck!

        2. Mgaba, there is a video at the bottom of the post on how to drape each style! Thanks so much for your interest!!

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