7 Brides Show You How To Style The Double Dupatta!
Manasvi JaitlySenior Writer, Wedding, POPxo
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A bride's wedding dupatta garners as much attention as the lehenga itself and, if you’re getting married, you’ll find yourself fussing over each thread and embellishment that goes into its making. And now, instead of one, we have the double dupatta trend that our real brides flaunt with elan. These 7 beautiful brides show you how to rock the double dupatta!
1. The saree style
Both the dupattas are exactly similar - a deep maroon net dupatta with bootis all over and a thin border. While one is taken over the head, the second one is gathered and neatly pinned like a saree pallu at the shoulder and tucked behind at the waist.
Both the dupattas, though same in colour, have different borders. While one has a sleek border and scattered bootis, the second dupatta has a heavier border and is pleated and pinned at the shoulder with its edges left loose.
We love the combination of a light green dupatta for the head and a darker shade as the second one. Notice how the head chunari is super long and almost sweeping the floor, while the heavier second one is pinned at the shoulder and both corners tucked behind the waist - a variation on the seedha pallu!
The heavier head chunari matches the bright pink of the lehenga while the comparatively lighter, neutral blush one balances out the ‘pinkness’ of her overall look. The second dupatta is draped as a long seedha pallu with one corner tucked at the waist and makes the bride look super cute!
This bride's second dupatta is styled like a long seedha pallu with one corner pinned to her lehenga to a side rather than being tucked in. While this dupatta matches with her lehenga and blouse, the sar ki chunari is a slightly darker shade of pink that adds just the right amount of colour to her bridal look.
Her stunning red lehenga has a gorgeous red dupatta for the head. Playing with the colours, she’s styled a mint green second dupatta! It’s styled like a saree with the pallu taken behind the waist and tucked in at the front. Picture perfect.