Cardiff is an international city. Get ready for Indian wedding season by learning how to drape a traditional saree

With nearly 15,000 South Asian people in the Cardiff area, there’s a good chance that you’ve seen a saree.

Usually vibrant in colour, the traditional women’s garment from the Indian sub-continent can be worn everyday, but is often saved for celebrations and festivals. Indian wedding season lasts most of the year, so it’s likely you’ll end up attending one soon.

With this in mind, get ready for a fancy Indian wedding by learning how to drape your own saree. It might look complicated, but we’ve made it simple for you to watch and learn!

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