Dupattas are undeniably an inevitable part of a bride's D-day look! While some brides pair their wedding lehenga with single dupatta, others do not mind some extra drapes. Double dupatta surely does look regal but just make sure it is comparatively less heavy than the main dupatta. Well, whichever be the case with you, ShaadiSaga is not allowing you to be short of ideas! It is 2018, oodles of inspiring new trends are doing rounds to make sure your bridal look keeps everyone smitten for a prolonged time!
Here are some of the best draping styles you can consider for the most auspicious day of your life!
Sharp, sophisticated and stunning!
While the primary dupatta is set neatly on the head, the other one is draped to perfection to accentuate the visual aesthetics of the overall bridal look!
Single dupatta pleated in the front and tucked in at the back not only lets you be your chirpy self but also looks pretty!
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Drape the inner dupatta neatly around the shoulders and let both the ends meet on one side in front. Layer the other dupatta around your arms (spread at the back and gathered in front) for an enhanced look!
Simple yet classy
Neatly style one dupatta over the head and pin the other one straightly on either shoulder for a simple and classy look.
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Interesting and offbeat
This unique drape perfectly breaks the monotony of identical lehenga and blouse, and emerges as an interesting visual delight!
One dupatta serving the purpose of two
If you look closely, this Anita Dongre bride played smart and draped one dupatta in such a way that it looked like two. She set it on her head and then draped it in a basic U-shape in front.
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Drape it like a cape!
Just drape your dupatta around your shoulder and create a faux jacket look! To avoid any sort of hassles, don’t forget to secure it with a pin!
Stun in a sophisticated drape!
Take a cue from this gorgeous bride who neatly pleated her dupatta and draped it in a saree style! She set the other dupatta on her head and smartly brought the sides in front for a layered up look.
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As simple as that!
This bride just wore her bridal dupatta on her head, brought the bordered sides in front and looked like a queen on her D-day!
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A perfect blend of modernity and traditionalism
Set your pleated dupatta on one side of the shoulder and secure it with a belt! To achieve a contemporary yet traditional look, drape the other dupatta on your head.
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Go Gujju Style!
Isha Ambani stuck to her cultural roots and went full Gujarati style on her brother's engagement ceremony. She paired her lehenga with a pleated dupatta on one shoulder that was flared in the front!
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Set it with a belt!
There are multiple ways you can sport a belt with your wedding lehenga; this one is rather unusual and a sassy one.
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Yet another unusual style
Most brides carry a dupatta on their head and let it flow at the back! But here, the dupatta is set on only one side of the head. Half the dupatta is flowing at the back whereas the other half is in front.
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Casual yet classy!
Just in case your dupatta isn't adorned with heavy work but still looks mesmerizing, this is one style you can seek inspiration from.
Add a layer to be a slayer!
You can also seek inspiration from this happy bride who looked simply pretty in this different single dupatta look.
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The saree style
A simple yet stylish way to drape your wedding dupatta in a saree style with a falling pallu! This definitely looks great but carrying it might get a little clumsy! To avoid that, you can go with a rather well-pinned pleated pallu.
Sleek saree style
Just pleat your dupatta till border-size and drape it like a saree for a rather refined look.
Total Traditional Feels
Going traditional on your wedding can never be outdated! Set one dupatta over the head, bring the other one from back to front and then pin it on the waist.
If you wanna enjoy your own wedding revelries to the core, this effortlessly casual drape is what you need. In case you find it too casual, you can add the oomph factor with plates and a belt.
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