Unique Ways To Drape Your Dupatta This Wedding Season
Every girl out there wants to wear a new outfit without having to buy one. This is when styling your outfits in a different way come into picture. Today, we are going to see different ways you can style your dupatta, which will instantly renew your outfit.
1. The OG- Around the neck style
To begin with, we are going to go with the traditional yet chic around-the-neck style. This looks good regardless of what you're wearing, may it be a maxi, a sharara/ gharara set, etc.
2. Simple one side open drape
If you want to show off your dress & have a simple dupatta, then this is the drape for you. It looks elegant and suits every silhouette. This style is mostly worn with salwar suits & lehengas and remains a classic.
3. Jacket drape
This is definitely the trendiest drape as it adds so much oomph to the entire outfit. It not only showcases the entire dupatta but also the outfit and is one of the most aesthetic looking drape.
4. Off-shoulder drape
If you're wearing a simple outfit and have a really cool contrasting dupatta or a dupatta in some other luxurious material, then, this drape is the best for you. it looks super cool in an evening function & will instantly amp up your entire outfit. Dare to be fashionable with this drape!
5. Pleated one side drape
Chic yet elegant; this is how we can describe a pleated one-side drape. It is usually secured with a matching or a contrasting belt, depending upon how the outfit is.
6. Cape style drape
Similar to jacket drapes, cape style drapes are also trending this season. Women are increasing the glamour of their outfit by adding an embellished cape to the otherwise plain & simple outfit. This tyle is our personal favourite & definitely a must-try this season.
7. Over two arms
When it comes to draping a dupatta with lehengas, this style is the most common of them all. This style lets us showcase the entire outfit while looking stylish & effortless.
Depending upon which type of outfit you're wearing, type of occasion & the heaviness of the dress, the drape can be decided upon accordingly. However, your personal style also plays an important role in deciding this as some might not like to follow the trends but go with the classics.