Hello girls, today we are here to give you some quick tips about which Dupatta draping style you should choose according to your physique, occassion and style of your Dupatta.
It’s always fun to choose a different Dupatta draping style with your Lehenga to freshen up your look. But one needs to be very careful while picking a style because it may ruin or make your whole look. This Lehenga could have looked much better, but the way dupatta is draped with it has spoiled whole look of this attire. Nothing can be much messier than this. This is a comfortable style, but one must use contrasting dupatta with thin plates or use a narrow one if you want to keep it all in front.
You should also not compromise with your comfort as it may hinder you from looking your best. This article is sure to clear all your confusions about which style to pick.
1: If you have a contrasting and beautiful embroidered dupatta then you can drape it in this style. You just need two safety pin to fix it perfectly and walk in all your comfort. Also, you can use this style with plain bordered Lehenga with heavy embroidered dupatta. You can easily carry this look in religious ceremonies.
2. Looking for a cape then you don’t have to buy one just drape your dupatta in cape style. Your dupatta should not be too heavy as it may bring all its weight on your shoulders. Try this look for reception parties.
3. If you have worked hard on your figure and you are all set to flaunt your waist line then style your dupatta in this way. You can also try this style with corset and shirt blouses.
4. This is a great idea to give your lehenga a saree look. Make few pleats on one side of your dupatta and insert it in the center of your lehenga. Drape the left part of your dupatta in saree style. It is the best style to wear in religious ceremonies and marriage function.
5. If your dupatta has beautiful border you can highlight it by using this drape style. This draping style will look good and comfortable only with light and plain dupatta with ornated border.
6. There are few draping styles which have been used by brides for ages and they are perfect for a bride to look like a princess on her D day. If your wedding outfit has a long dupatta, then you can drape it in saree style and use the rest part to keep it in your head.
7. If you are searching for traditional yet modern dupatta draping style, then you can blindly pick this one. If you have a light dupatta, then you can easily drape it using two safety pins, but if your dupatta is quite heavy then use few more pins to fix it right. Also make wide pleats and leave it open at the front end.
8. Gujarati style of draping is also one of the oldest traditional Dupatta draping style and is very easy to carry. You can either keep your dupatta above your head or let it flow down.
9. If you are wearing a light dupatta, then you can easily carry it in your hands. But be careful that your dupatta is not too long otherwise it may be risky to use this style with long heels. Avoid carrying this style in family functions as you may have to take care of various arrangements.
10. Looks great when you have a light dupatta and you are searching for a style that’s quick, easy and flirty too. This style is easy to manage and if you want to avoid skin show, then you can opt for crop top, shirt top or corsets.
11. These days brides prefer two dupattas of contrasting shades to drape their Lehenga in style. Often the dark ones are used above the head and the lighter one’s are draped in saree style.
12. This draping style is most popularly used with net or sheer dupattas. You should also check that your dupatta should be of short length and not so wide.
13. This draping style is best for the girls who are worried about draping their long dupattas. Make perfect pleats and wrap it around your body in this style to be comfortable yet traditional on your D day.
14. If you are looking for a style where you want to show off your flowy dupatta, perfect cut blouse and flared lehenga then this style is the best for you.
15. These days belts are also trending high in fashion. In most of the attire you get a belt resembling your outfit to drape your dupatta in style.
16. Often with handloom silk Lehengas, dupattas are very hard to drape as they are very stiff. For those dresses you can use this style to showcase intricate prints of your dupatta.
17. If you are confused how to drape simple plain bordered dupatta, then just pleat it and pin it.
18. Want to create a style statement with your dupatta draping style, then pleat your dupatta from the back side and wear it like sari from the front. This is a great way to add some pattern to your plain lehenga.
19. A short net dupatta can be wore by pinning it on one side and letting it flow down your hands. You can also skip hand accessories with this style.
20. Want to walk with elegance and poise then you can try this style of draping which is simple to carry and regal in look. If you are wearing a designer blouse and want to make everyone notice it then go for it.