Are you a bride-to-be, who is confused between a comfy yet trendy outfit and the one that’s heavy and traditional? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. A lot of brides are opting for fuss-free outfits for their wedding festivities--be it their shaadi day or the pre-wedding functions. And why not? After all, it’s your special day and you should enjoy it to the fullest. Honestly, even if you pick that right outfit, it’s the dupatta that is cumbersome at times. Do you agree?
If you feel the same, then you are definitely at the right place. Here we are listing 8 ways of dupatta draping that are hassle-free. The best part: you won’t require anyone’s help to ace these draping styles.
So ladies, without further ado, let’s get started!
Wearing a belt around your waist with your dupatta neatly tucked in is a perfect way to add that touch of modernity to your bridal attire. Set your pleated dupatta on one side of your shoulder and secure it with a belt just like how Deepika Ghose has done in the picture. If you’re planning to don this look on your D-day, then drape the other dupatta on your head and tada, you have yourselves a contemporary yet traditional bridal look.
You can’t go wrong with this super-stunning attached dupatta style on your blouse for your sangeet, can you? Isn’t it fuss-free and oh-so-trendy?
If you wanna enjoy your wedding festivities to the core, this effortlessly chic and casual drape is perfect for you. Place your dupatta on one of the shoulders and tie it up diagonally to the opposite side of your lehenga, and if you want, you can add in a belt to this style as well.
Flaunt that gorgeous neck design and the stunning intricate blouse with this simple style of dupatta draping. Put it around your neck and let it flow.
Instead of carrying a dupatta and draping it like a faux jacket, get your dupatta made into one and believe it or not, this is one of the most hassle-free drape styles you can flaunt at any of your wedding functions.
Draping your dupatta in a classic saree-style is one way you can feel the most comfortable. You can move around freely and dance the night away without worrying about your dupatta.
We know double dupattas have been in trend so take cues from Sonam Kapoor if you wanna take your fashion game a few notches higher. Just drape one dupatta across your shoulders and the one from the back of your shoulder with the other end tucked in at your waist. Make sure to pin it properly.
Another hassle-free style of dupatta draping is wrapping both ends of the dupatta around your wrists. Stunning, right!?
So, which one did you like the best?
Featured Image: Instagram/Rhythm B Dawar/Deepika Ghose