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The beauty of traditional Indian wears lies in its versatility and draping style. Be it the evergreen saree or a gorgeous lehenga the draping style creates a fashion statement and adds beauty to its essence. Dupattas undoubtedly are an inevitable part of a bride’s wedding attire.
Are you a bride to-be who is totally done with the old school norm of ’cliché dupatta on the head’ draping style? Let’s get this easier….every time you invest in an expensive attire the common thoughts that ponder the mind are ‘is it worth the investment’, ‘how many times am I going to wear it’, ’can I repeat my outfit’, ’how can I wear the outfit that it looks different every time I wear it’!
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The answer for these queries is a dupatta. Yes brides you read it right! Dupatta is your personal styling solution. Irrespective of whether you have worn an anarkali, salwar suit or a lehenga that dupatta is what can change the appearance of the outfit. The dupatta draping styles is something that can level up the look of an old dress and make it to look like a spanking new outfit. Where a single dupatta can pull off a modern look there a double dupatta adds a touch of regality.
Are you smitten by the oodling trendy dupatta draping styles showcased by models? If your dupatta is not draped nicely then although however expensive you’re outfit is it sure is enough to ruin your bridal avatar. We are sure that’s the last thing you would want to happen, right! So here brides to complete your diva look we have brought for you from around the web the best dupatta draping styles. Check em’ out!
Being the bride you would be the centre of attraction at the wedding. Show off your #bridegoals as you make an entrance in style decked up in the finest bridal attire and donning a shimmery outfit and draped in a dupatta. Make a statement at your wedding with these stylish dupatta draping styles for brides ideas.
The most ideal double dupatta draping style that is perfect for those seeking a royal rajwada look. An embroidered dupatta neatly covering the head and other one brought back to front over the arm. The draping style goes blends well with an intricately designer blouse. The style visually accentuates the overall bridal look.
A single dupatta neatly pleated, curled in a U shape at the back and brought to front diagonally, pinned at the shoulder works as the perfect draping style for all those dancing queens. Be your chirpy self without risking the fall of the dupatta with this easy go style.
Do away with the mainstream draping style and replace it with this classic idea. The style uses a double dupatta one over the head and the other in a contrasting hue pleated and pinned straight over the shoulder. The draping dupatta with lehenga is meant for those looking for a simple and classic look.
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A single dupatta matching the hues of the lehenga freely flowing at the back and brought diagonally over the front over the arm is a visual delight to the eye. This draping style looks interesting and breaks the monotony of the identical outfit.
Off course we are not kidding! The style name might appear crazy but it works well for creating an illusion effect of draping two dupattas. Act smart by draping a single dupatta on the head brought infront in a U shape. Seems cost-friendly, right!
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Allure in the majestic charm of layers with the draping dupatta styles. Pep up your look with a double dupatta one over the head and the other draped in wafer-thin only border style pleated saree. This stunning dupatta draping style works the best because it does not even overlap the jewelry.
Have you been drooling over Nita Ambani’s outfit from her daughter’s wedding? So are we! The simple and elegant style of draping the dupatta in a Gujarati sedha pallu style looks so classy.
A single dupatta draped straight on one side of the shoulder and the other end tuck to the end of the opposite waist adds a slaying look. The draping style blends well with heavy embroidered lehengas.
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Transform your dupatta to give it a saree vibe. A single dupatta draped like a saree pinned over the left shoulder in pleats or with a free-flowing pallu. The style looks simple and elegant and gives two outfits at the price of one.
A single dupatta draped like a saree fixed with a waist belt and wrapped at the bottom gives a traditional yet contemporary look. The look eliminates the tedious plate making the process of a saree. A jewelled waist belt is what you need to ramp up the overall look of the attire.
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So which dupatta draping style for bride was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below. Also, let us know about the any another draping style that we might have missed out.
By Saloni Agarwal | 13 Mar, 2020
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