5 Saree Drapes Teenagers Will Love to Try in Vasant Panchami

Vasant Panchami is just around the corner and we know the way the teens in Kolkata love to plan this day from morning to evening. Whether they are schoolgoers or collegegoers - we know how excited they are to celebrate this day. The festival of Vasant Panchami is on a high note in West Bengal, and sometimes it is also observed as Bengali Valentine’s Day. 

However, other parts of India do celebrate it but it's mostly the young college goers. But this time with Valentine’s Day, we believe it going to make a different mark. We know the undergoing plans are right in place - but what about the attire - my dear teen girls? Since I run a women-only boutique I can share a little responsibility to deck up the sweet sixteen to nineteens!

Whether you are in India or Austin and if it is your time to celebrate the Bengali-style prom then don't let it go. So I will help you a bit, and I will advise you to be timeless and try evergreen sarees. The saree exudes grace and elegance.

You can try Indian saree online from my inventory or simply repurpose a saree from your mother’s wardrobe. This occasion gives opportunities for teenagers to exhibit their dressing sense and style. Wearing silk or cotton saree is something that is in vogue among teenagers of late. 

Let’s discuss here some of the popular ways teenagers can drape a cotton or silk saree USA on the great occasion of Vasant Panchami.

#1. Butterfly Style

Butterfly drape is the best option for those teenagers seeking for an elegant and contemporary look to celebrate the occasion of Vasant Panchami. They can choose a silk saree that should be lightweight. One can pair it with the right-fit blouse that should have a trendy neckline including a sweetheart or off-shoulder for giving a contemporary twist. 

To drape the butterfly style drape try out this latest draping from this tutorial video:

Tutorial Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otmUZzwnPdg

#2. Belted Saree Style

Adding a belt to a saree is a contemporary trend that instantly adds definition to the silhouette while infusing a modern touch. Teenagers can experiment with different belt styles like metallic chains, fabric belts, or embroidered waistbands to personalize their look for Vasant Panchami. Opt for a lightweight silk saree from stores in the USA in a solid color or subtle print and pair it with a contrasting blouse for a pop of color.

#3. Nivi Drape

Originating from Andhra Pradesh, Nivi drape is another option you can consider. The saree draping style is popular for its versatility and simplicity. It allows teenagers to add a modern touch by using lightweight fabrics including georgette or chiffon in dashing hues of green, yellow, or orange. These all colors relate to the spring season. You can use it with a crop top or a sleep blouse with modern cutouts or intricate embroidery for infusing a youthful vibe.

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#4. Pant or Dhoti Drape

Teen girls can get the idea to experiment with the fusion saree draping on this Vasant Panchami occasion. They can consider wearing a pant-style saree or dhoti saree. This style ensures full comfort and higher mobile even without compromising elegance. Fusion draping ensures a great vibe for traditional attire, which makes it perfect for teenagers to make a style statement.

#5. Retro Inspire Mumtaz Drape

Retro fashion is something that is an evergreen option. You can consider using a retro-inspired saree drape such as the Mumtaz style. You can use dramatic silhouettes, bold prints, and also statement accessories. You can also experiment with retro hairstyles. To drape the mumtaz style drape try out this latest draping from this tutorial video:

Tutorial Video: https://youtu.be/OrKl84bhQNc 

Wrapping Up

So here is my list of ideas to help all my teenage followers a gusto of saree draping ideas to rock the morning to evening - from your college to community Hall and what to say even at the first date night!

About the author

Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.