Sunday, 2 March 2014

10 Ways to Drape a Saree

Ever wondered of a way to look sexy in a saree? Mayuri and Hitesh Biyani let you in on the secret with a range of attractive ways to drape a saree at an innovative session held in Thakur Complex. The event, divided into two sessions, received a warm welcome, especially from soon-to-be brides.

“People are often inquisitive about my appearance. They can never imagine the number of ways in which we can drape a saree. People generally opt for the traditional way, but it is good to try something different. They love the way I drape sarees. It has given me the confidence to take it up as a profession. I have been able to experiment new ways, owing to my experience in the advertisements,” says Mayuri, who is a fashion designer and saree draping tutor.

During the seminar, Mayuri took out time to train nine individuals on the various ways to drape a saree. “Indian women have natural beauty. But, they do not pay much attention to their appearance. We want to change it! This seminar will give them tips on the numerous ways they can look attractive in a saree,” says Hitesh, co-ordinator of Mayuri Saree Draping Workshop.

Asha Shah, who is all set for her big day on January 17, says, “I was so confused about what to wear for my wedding. Now, I know which style will suit me better. I don’t think my husband will be able to take his eyes off me on that day.” 


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Draping a Saree Professionally..!!

The aspect of draping it over a woman’s body is covered under advanced personality grooming classes or fashion technology programs. But draping a saree is a career for Mayuri Biyani

“Women go to beauty parlours and get their make up and hair done. But when it comes to draping a saree, they are at a loss. They want to wear it with jeans, churidaars, skirts, leggings, but don’t know how. An expert draper is bliss for many, especially at ceremonies like marriages, where many women get dressed with desire to look different from others” says Mayuri Biyani, independent professional saree draper, who has draped women around the world. 
“Saree draping has to be an inherent talent which can be improvised with practice. As a career one will have limited scope if restricted to sarees alone. Women are now moving on to gowns. One can drape gowns too. So draping a fabric is her career goal.”
Mayuri's Experience
“ Recruited by salons, beauty parlours and fashion institutes (as faculty). Hotels like Hyatt hire professionally qualified drapers as they aim customer satisfaction.” says Mayuri Biyani.

Mayuri has draped in boutiques, in airlines, in event management firms where clients want professional touch. Drapers must know and distinguish between kinds of work and fabric of different sarees and work in stores with designers to gain experience. Creativity and innovation in styles are important aspects for a draper,” say fashion designer Mayuri Biyani
 “I learnt saree draping as a hobby, but thought about teaching it to others professionally. I approached the college authorities and they agreed to introduce this new course. The course builds confidence and attitude in girls as they learn basics of draping,” says Mayuri Biyani

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