For a very long time, brides have been wearing their dupatta in a similar, in a very common and traditional way. Well, we now feel that it needs to be changed and step into another level. The beauty of an Indian traditionally designed outfit lies in its versatility.
Wearing the bridal dupatta properly is a big task, your whole appearance depends on your bridal dupatta. How you wrap that beautiful dupatta around yourself can make or break your overall bridal look. For creating your personalized fashion statement, you need to drape your bridal dupatta in such a manner that it looks beautiful. Draping should always be done according to your bridal outfit.
So, what are you waiting for just scroll down and learn more unique styles for draping your bridal dupatta for the amazing brides-to-be, here are some new and trendy ways to wear a bridal dupatta.
Sharp, elegant and amazing!
While the primary dupatta is set neatly on the head, the other one is draped to perfection to feature the visual beauty of the overall bridal look!
Single dupatta fold in the front and tucked in at the back not only lets you be your elite self but also looks pretty and beautiful!
Drape it like a cape!
Just drape your dupatta around your shoulder and create a cape style look! To avoid any sort of inconvenience, don’t forget to fix it with a pin!
This bride just wore her bridal dupatta on her shoulder, present the bordered sides in front and looked like a queen on her big day!
Perfect mixture of modernity and traditionalism!
Set your folded dupatta on one side of the shoulder and fixed it with a belt! To attain a traditional look, drape and fix the other dupatta on your head.
Casual but classy!
In case your dupatta isn't decorating with heavy work but still looks fascinating, this is one style you can take inspiration from.
Go Gujarati Style!
Isha Ambani plunge to her cultural roots and went full Gujarati style on her brother's engagement ceremony. She twins her lehenga with a folded dupatta on one shoulder that was flared in the front!
Another sophisticated drape
Take a look at this gorgeous bride who nicely pleated her dupatta and draped it in a saree style! She set the other dupatta on her head and sharply brought the sides in front for a layered up look.
Single Dupatta serving two purposes
If you look closely, this bride played elegantly and draped one dupatta in such a way that it looked like two. She fixes it on her head and then draped it in a basic U-shape in the front side.
Drape the inner dupatta smartly around the shoulders and let both the ends meet together on one side in front. Layered another dupatta around your arms (unroll at the back and assemble in front) for an effective look!
Put it only one side
The one-side style bridal dupatta drape is very modern and works well if you have it in net or chiffon. As the name is descriptive enough, the dupatta is at one side and is either left loose or is tucked diagonally.