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Can we wear satin saree without fall?

Hi everyone,

I recently purchased a beautiful satin saree for an upcoming wedding, and wanted to know if I can wear it without a fall? My previous sarees were made from traditional fabrics, and I always wore them with a fall to prevent the fabric from sticking to my skin or looking too sheer.

However, I'm not quite sure if this is necessary with a satin saree. I love the way it drapes and falls naturally, and don't want to add an extra layer if it's not necessary.

Can anyone advise me on whether I should wear a fall with my satin saree, or if it's okay to skip it? Are there any other tips or tricks I should keep in mind when wearing satin saree?

Thank you in advance for your help!

All Replies

funk.zoe

Hi there,

I've worn satin sarees on several occasions and I personally feel that wearing a fall is not necessary. Satin is a soft and slippery fabric, so it drapes beautifully and doesn't cling to your skin. The fabric also has a slight sheen, so it looks great without a fall.

However, I would advise that you wear a petticoat made from a smooth and lightweight fabric like satin or silk to prevent any bunching or pulling of the saree. Also, make sure to choose a well-fitted blouse that complements the saree and keeps it in place.

That being said, if you prefer wearing a fall, then that's perfectly fine too. It's all about personal preference and comfort. Just make sure that the fall fabric matches the saree material and doesn't weigh it down or change its natural drape.

I hope this helps!

wilmer.nader

Hello everyone,

I've personally worn satin sarees both with and without falls, and I have found that it is entirely possible to wear a satin saree without a fall. Satin is a flowing fabric that often drapes beautifully, and a fall may not necessarily be required.

When wearing a satin saree without a fall, ensure that you use a petticoat or skirt that is made of a material that can prevent the saree from clinging to your skin or bunching around your waist. You may choose to tuck a few pleats of the saree into the left side of your petticoat or skirt to help keep the saree flowing and natural.

Additionally, be sure to wear a tightly fitted blouse or choli that helps to keep the saree in place. Do not forget to choose matching accessories including jewelry, bag, shoes, and hairstyle that complements the overall look of the saree.

In conclusion, it all depends on how you prefer to wear your saree. Wearing satin saree without a fall can be done, as long as you take the precautions mentioned above. So, wear your saree confidently and make heads turn!

ilind

Hello everyone,

I think wearing a fall with a satin saree is a wise choice. I have worn satin sarees several times and I always use a fall to help drape the saree perfectly. The fabric is quite slippery, which makes it difficult to drape without the fall. Additionally, the fall adds an extra layer of protection and support, which helps the saree stay in place.

When selecting a fall, make sure to choose the one made from lightweight fabric such as cotton or silk. It should be in a matching color to the saree or in a complementary shade. Also, I would suggest ensuring that the length of the fall is the same as the saree to avoid an awkward hemline.

Lastly, if you have any hesitations about wearing a fall, you can always try on the saree with and without the fall to see which one you prefer the most. Different materials and styles will suit different wearers. So, ultimately, it is your personal preference and comfort that should guide your decision.

I hope this helps you make the right decision and enjoy your event wearing your beautiful satin saree.

kstrosin

Hello there,

As someone who has extensive experience with sarees, I highly recommend wearing a fall with a satin saree. Satin is a beautiful fabric, but it is also quite flimsy and shiny. Without a fall, the saree may not drapes correctly or could appear too dazzling, which can make it difficult to look your best. Falls are also a lifesaver because they help keep the saree from slipping off while moving around.

If you're worried about the extra layer of fabric causing you to overheat, opt for a lighter and sheer fabric like chiffon for the fall. Alternatively, you can choose to go without the fall if you prefer the way the saree drapes naturally. In that case, you may need to be extra careful while moving around or consider using a double-sided tape to secure the saree.

Lastly, when deciding whether to wear a fall or not, keep the rest of your outfit in mind. A well-fitted blouse, matching jewelry, and subtle hair and makeup can make a huge difference in completing your overall look.

I hope this helps, happy draping!

runte.sandra

Hello there,

As someone who has worn satin sarees before, I personally recommend wearing a fall with the saree. While the fabric is soft and light, it still has a tendency to stick to your skin or expose too much if you're not careful. A fall not only adds an extra layer of protection but also helps add some weight to the saree, which gives it a more elegant and traditional look.

When it comes to selecting a fall, I suggest going for a cotton or silk material, which is breathable and will prevent you from over-heating in case you sweat. Ideally, the color of the fall should match the color of the saree as closely as possible or at least be in the same color family.

Also, make sure to keep in mind the occasion and the time of the day when wearing a satin saree. If it's a daytime wedding or event, keep the makeup minimal and choose subtle jewelry that complements your outfit. If it's an evening function, you can choose to go bold with your makeup and add some heavier jewelry to complete the look.

I hope these tips help and that you have a wonderful time at the wedding wearing your beautiful satin saree!

nnicolas

Hi everyone,

I personally think that wearing a fall with a satin saree is a matter of personal preference. I have worn satin sarees both with and without a fall, and I think both styles look great. If you're comfortable wearing the saree without a fall, then go for it. Satin is a soft and lightweight fabric that drapes beautifully without any additional layers.

However, I will say that if you plan to dance or move around a lot at the event, a fall could be beneficial in keeping the saree in place. It can also prevent any accidental wardrobe malfunctions, which is always a good thing! Just keep in mind that the fall should be light and preferably made of cotton or silk, as I've seen some falls that weigh down the saree or don't match its color.

Ultimately, it's all about feeling comfortable and confident in your outfit choice. Choose a blouse and accessories that complement your saree and make you feel your best. Then, all you have to do is enjoy the festivities!

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