In this blog we are going to see about – “How To Wear Dupatta In Different Styles”….
Flowy Flounder style
Wear is again an evolution of frontal fetish, with one side still stuck to the shoulder while the other side has flown down to give the drape a more casual touch.
Choker Chic style
Inspired by frontal fetish, this style too involves pulling the dupatta over your shoulders from both sides.
But, in this drape the dupatta is placed close to the neck in the form of a choker necklace.
Hanging in right style
Hang-me-right look can be awarded as one of the trendiest style along with being extremely common for women with almost all the Indian attires such as suits, anarkalli, churidars and lehenga.
Just leave the dupatta flowing on one side of your shoulder and the style has been achieved!
Stole-Ing Stakler style
Wear your dupatta like a stole or a shawl to make a statement ! Go on girl relax and take it around you !
The classic style of anarkali inspired the evergreen style of draping Dupatta.
This evergreen style goes well with all Indian dresses ranging from lehenga to suits and saris.
A simple cover on the head with the dupatta is one of the most inbuilt traditional drapes of India.
Most brides carry this look with extreme grace of the dress starting from saris to suits and lehenga.
Punjabis wear everything with a style, and so are their Dupatta styles !
Tie the two ends of the Dupatta and place it on one shoulder along with a chosen mid-point from the other side on the other shoulder.
Scarves look extremely graceful with just a knot to hold them together and close to your neck.
Try the same with your dupatta to give it an oomph and bag some compliments.
The last on our list of beautiful drapes is the casual craft with the dupatta pinned to both your elbows to reveal the intricate work on your suit, lehenga, churidar or anarkalli.
U – Shape Urn style
This style of dupatta draping is one of the classic styles and, it look extremely elegant with churidars and Punjabi suits.
Roll or pleat the Dupatta and casually place it around your neck to let one side in front while the other towards the back.