6 Stylish Ways to Drape a Dupatta You Can’t Miss


Nothing spells charm than a well-draped dupatta over a lehenga or anarkali, salwar kameez or even the contemporary dresses. Any traditional or Indian ethnic outfit is incomplete without a gorgeous designer dupatta that oozes effortless elegance.

 

The uber-cool trends of draping double dupatta is also gaining much popularity quite recently while the simplistic signature drapes have always been a hands-down classic style. If you’re the bride-to-be, we will show you how to jazz up your lehenga and notch up your stylish quotient with different dupatta drapes. And for all those lovely bridesmaids, stay chic and fashionable with all-new dupatta drapes that you surely can’t afford to miss.

 

Single Dupatta, saree-style pallu drape

Enhance your basic lehenga choli with a heavily ornate and embroidered dupatta that falls with cascading pleats in an elegant saree pallu drape style. Choose color blocking to add a quirky pop of color or just play with classic fabrics like banarsi, leheriya, phulkari for a glorious royalty appeal. Set those eyes on you as you drape the gorgeous single dupatta sideways and tuck the remaining dupatta on the back while leaving the rest falling on your crest.

 

Single Dupatta, Cowl Neck U-style dupatta drape

Just how the scintillating mother of two styled the gorgeous pristine white embellished dupatta over an equally impeccable designer lehenga, you can be a part of the tribe. Just drape your dupatta in a stunning cowl neck style, with two ends falling on each shoulder-skimming through the neckline in an optimum way. This looks sophisticated and extremely feminine with a dash of edgy glamour.

 

Double Dupatta,Gujarati Style Drape and over the head

Add a flavour of sartorial seasoning as you drape double dupatta in a contemporary style. The bride featured draped the gorgeous twin dupattas in a way it looks traditional yet breath-taking. The dupatta with floral embroidery and statement sequin work worn over the head and one end tucked in the front. While the second wholly sequinned dupatta draped on the side as a saree pallu that accentuates the sheer beauty.

 

Single Dupatta, worn on the crest as a falling drape

When you experiment with unusual silhouettes like banarasi and seamlessly adorn it as a dupatta casually over your shoulder, you create magic. Minimal styling with oodles of feminine flair, this easy-to-do dupatta drape is indeed a spectacular fashion statement for any wearer. Let your breezy self-come forward with an excellent falling drape style.

 

Single Dupatta draped on one shoulder and arm crisscrossing on the other wrist

Strike a coquettish appeal as you put forth a stylish dupatta draped on one-shoulder and arm casually crisscrossing and falling on the opposite wrist for that unconventional look. Stylists generally use this drape for romantic appeal. If you’re all set to entice your SO, this is the right way to go.

 

Single Dupatta brought on one side and tucked behind the waist

Emanate regal vibes as you drape the single sheer net dupatta on one side preferably in the front and just tuck it behind the waist. It will give an illusion that the dupatta is attached to the outfit like a side cape and let you steal the glances. Just an eloquent way of putting across your signature style statement.

 Image Courtesy: 1. Fashionista, 2. WedMeGood, 3. Wedding Wire, 4. Bollywood Shaadis, 5. Vogue, 6. Fashion Lady; Featured Cover: Frugal2Fab

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