Poonam Lambhate shows us the right way to wear a Paithani saree

Piyush Singh
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Paithani saree

The thought of wearing traditional attire is exciting but to do it perfectly, one must know the right technique. If you are planning to wear a Paithani Saree, you must watch Poonam Lambhate's quick guide to it. 

We are living in a time where minimalism is all the rave and that includes finding ways to dress up during festivals. Colours and culture are the key elements of Indian festivities, bringing us an amazing opportunity to immerse ourselves in the rich tapestry of Indian tradition. It's never, not a perfect time to wrap yourself up in a beautiful Nauvari or Paithani Saree. This exquisite silk attire, adorned with intricate motifs and vibrant colours, symbolizes elegance and Maharashtrian heritage. Traditional attire not only showcases the respect for local customs but also makes you feel the spirit of Indian Festivities. Wrapped in the traditional 'Kashta' style, it's a perfect blend of minimalism, and pairing it with the right accessories adds to the glory. Traditionally, this attire is paired with traditional jewelry and the Chandrakor bindi completing the authentic look. Everyone looks their best in their traditional attire, and the thought of wearing one can is exciting and confusing especially when you don't know the right technique to wear the saree. Don't worry, you can find plenty of inspiration on the internet. We found this video of Poonam Lambhate where she is helping us understand the right way to wear a Nauvari or Paithani Saree and also shows us the accessories that beautifully go with it. 

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Hope this helps everyone wanting to look like a Marathi mulgi! 

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