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Learn how to wear a traditional sari. In this video, we share some tips on the Sari tying finishing touches.
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Now that you put it over your shoulder, you may find that the material is a little twisted over, all you have to do is go around from the back, the leftover material that you had, and make sure that it is facing upwards lengthwise, so that your material is just flowing like this.
So the last step now, you're going to take all the extra material that you have, and you're going to start folding it from right here. So you'd make more pleats basically. Alright, keep making all the pleats until you reach the end of the material, you have nothing leftover.
Now once you've done this, you're going to take hold of this, and just tuck it in right in the middle of your skirt. So you just fold them in like that. Make sure, it's folded in behind you because you are going to have some extra material leftover. So we just put them in, and now once you put in the pleats, you want to make sure it does reach the floor so the pleats look good.
Lastly, not least, you want to make sure that this part that you cover your shoulder is done appropriately. After you've folded it into your skirt, sometimes it's not right, so you're just going to go over, make sure that the edge is not facing this way. Usually, you want to fold it in a little bit.
So you just go like that, pin it over your shoulder and you want to make sure that you have your safety pin. If you're not used to wearing sarees, it could be really useful for you to put the safety pin in here. Put it through your blouse or t-shirt, whatever you're wearing into this part of the saree, and there you go, you've got your saree on, no problem.