Fashion is about what you wear & how you present yourself to the world. Especially in today’s times, fashion is a statement, an art, a language of expression. Create your own visual style and let it be unique. You can also make your fashion creation into a profession as Fashion Designing by becoming a Fashion Designer.
Fashion Design is the most creative and competitive profession in the world. To be successful and stay ahead in the competition, you need to be proficient in Fashion Design. You will become professional only by nailing all the designing skills.
Just designing clothing as a fashion designer is not sufficient. You also need to style them to make them look beautiful and pretty to grab the attention of customers/viewers. Along with designing skills, you need to learn styling them as well. This is possible with Fashion Design Courses provided by Hamstech.
Yes, Hamstech is well-known for its creative courses in Hyderabad with 8-center across the city. By the time you join and master the skills of Fashion Design, here are some styling tips for you to put in practice and learn.
Different Saree Draping Styles
As the festive season is just a few days to go, Indians would like to go with ethnic and traditional wear. How about draping a saree for this festive season? Don’t panic if you are not aware of stylish ways to drape a saree. You can try out these styles and master the art of styling outfits.
1.Pleated Style – This is one of the most common styles we usually see. Be it a bridal or heavy designer saree, pleated drape works perfectly with any saree. Cotton sarees are the perfect for this style of draping. No other saree drape can give you an elegant look – saree draped pleated with a high neck blouse.
2.Flowy Casual Style – This is the easiest drape of the saree. Basically, all types of sarees can go great with this style of drape. All you do is just pin the pallu on the shoulder on one end of the saree and leave the other end flowing onto your hand. If you are going with light weight sarees then go with back open or zipped blouses. For this casual drape, the front open or deep open necks don’t work.
3.Gujarat Style – This style is traditionally worn by Gujarat women. Sarees for this drape would be heavy and tissue border sarees like Banaras, bandini & patola sarees. To drape this style, pleat the pallu and bring it onto your front side over your right shoulder. Spread the pleats front by overlapping slightly one plate over the other.
4.Pant Style Drape – This is the trending draping style of a saree in present days. This is easy to wear and looks elegant. If you would like to opt for indo-western style, then this style would be the best for you. For this style you will drape saree or dupatta over pants and top.
5.Dhoti Style – This looks similar to the pant style but the bottom part gives you a dhoti style with pleats in U-shape running down on both the sides of legs. This is also a heavy mix of traditional and western.
6.Belted Style – This belted style saree is inspired from the waist chain on bridal sarees. This is another trending style in present days. All we do is opt for a thin or broad or a cloth belt on a draped saree. You will just love this style.
7.Saree on a Skirt – When we are trying to drape a saree over a pants then why not on skirts? Try out this style and be the center of attraction. All you need to do is, choose a matching saree for your lehenga set. Drape a saree over the lehenga and let the magic unfold.
8.Lehanga Style – This is similar to the above style but you will drape the lehenga as well with a saree. Confusing? Nothing to worry, just pleat the whole saree and drape it around your waist in the form of a lehenga. Now with another saree you will drape a saree over it. This style also adds volume to you. You can easily go for it for festive or party looks.
9.Bengali Style – This style will need a special length to drape. Bengali cotton sarees are the perfect choice for this style. The way they tie keys to the end of their pallu and wear them above the right shoulder is exotic. White and red combination sarees look great for this style.
10.Scarf Style – This is another trending Indo-western style of saree drape. If you want to drape a saree around your neck, then this is the perfect style. All you will do is, just drape the saree in normal style and bring a pallu around your neck in a scarf style. You can also add some glam to the saree by adding some funky and stylish accessories.
Hope you like the styles of draping a saree. Try out for this festive season and standout.
Fashion Design Courses
In Hyderabad, Hamstech offers 6-different Fashion Design Courses. BA Hons in Fashion Design, Diploma in Fashion Design, Certificate courses with 11-months, 18-months and 1-year and a Weekend course in Fashion Design are the Hamstech courses. All the above courses are well-curated to tune you in Fashion Design. You can learn from expert faculty with decades of experience along with a celebrity mentor, Neeta Lulla, fashion designer and stylist.
Just learning them isn’t sufficient to make you successful. You will also need some practical experience. By joining one of the above courses you will have regular classes, webinars and workshops to learn Fashion Designing. Hamstech also offers a platform to showcase their student’s talents, which is the Hamstech Fashion Show. In this fashion show, you will get a chance to launch your career and showcase your talent to the world. You will also get mentored by Bollywood’s top designer Neeta Lulla.
After getting certified with our Hamstech Courses in Fashion Design you will be able to pursue your career as a Fashion Designer, Fashion Stylist, Fashion Coordinator, Fashion Illustrator and much more.
So don’t miss this chance! Just log on to our website www.hamstech.com and enrol in a Fashion Design Course.