A dupatta is the most fascinating and playful part of any traditional outfit. Carry it simply over your shoulders, roll it around your arms, or let it flow freely—the dupatta adds an exquisite charm to your attire.
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Just flaunt the dupatta while you smile! The best way to give your ensembles finesse and beauty is with a dupatta. They are unquestionably a necessary component of any traditional attire.
Here are five different, incredible yet simple ways to wear a dupatta and garner attention. So, go to our Bollywood leading ladies for inspiration.
Tuck-in drape (Kiara Advani): A simple tuck-in with the appropriate spacing and technique results in a winning appearance. Try this ultra-trendy tuck method to drape your dupatta at the back of your waist and let it open, like a saree. When worn with a gharara and an embellished bralette, it creates a stunning designer appearance.
Belt to shape your waist (Katrina Kaif): Wearing a belt around your waist should be considered for a top-notch neat and tidy look. The seamless drape with a belt cinched at the waist gives sleeve, depth, and shape to your 0-size waist!
Turn a dupatta into a shrug (Malaika Arora, Kareena Kapoor): All of your ethnic clothing pairs beautifully with a dupatta that has intricate embroidery. If you like to keep things out of the ordinary, sling it across your shoulders like a shrug. It will surely get people's attention. Presto!
Corset trail (Shilpa Shetty): This is a truly innovative drape. with an asymmetrical and unconventional style While draped blouses are a ready-to-wear option, you can use any matching dupatta to create a similar appearance. Keep it in place with the help of a little patience and a few pins.
Wrapped around shoulders (Athiya Shetty, Deepika Padukone): If draping seems difficult, just gracefully wrap your dupatta around your shoulders. With minimal effort, it offers plenty of elegance. Just focus on maintaining the highlights—embroidered features, borders, patterns, motifs, and so forth.
We are not sure whether your dupatta gets stuck with your dream boy, but these styling tips will surely get you loads of attention. So, get ready for every wedding by choosing and trying your favourite dupatta drapes—the Bollywood edition!