Half Sarees Special
Each region displays a different style of draping the saree. This is usually determined by the lifestyle of the people of that region. The urban Indian style is by far the one most common seen. Stiff tangails, flowing silks, elegant chiffons and heavy brocades - all of them can be easily maneuvered into this style. Tied around the waist, the half saree forms a skirt with the pleats positioned in front thus allowing for free movement. The Pallav or the part draped over the left shoulder is either pleated and pinned up the convenience, or is left flowing loose for glamour.