Never underestimate the power of your dupatta. A dupatta can create some hassles but it will make your whole look either royal or a mess. So one should be careful while choosing the right dupatta for the wedding day. Matching your bridal lehenga with your dupatta can be graceful but it becomes boring. So let’s glam up your wedding day with the latest contrasting dupattas.
You can either pair your bridal outfit with a darker shade dupatta or go for a totally different colour. Many brides also opt for double dupattas. It basically means to pair up your bridal lehenga with two different dupattas. Here is some inspiration for all brides-to-be who were looking to go for contrasting dupattas.
The yellow colour is such a happy colour. The yellow lehenga will look really pretty if you pair it up with a contrasting orange dupatta. If you have a coral lehenga in your mind then go for red dupatta. It will look regal and dazzling.
We would recommend you to stay cosy in the winter season. And velvet lehenga is a big yes from us. So if you are planning to wear a velvet lehenga, you can pair it up a translucent dupatta. This Sabyasachi bride is gracing the lehenga with a pretty pink dupatta.
Blue on blue is so OG. If you are a millennial bride who is all ready to wear blue lehenga on her wedding day, take inspirations from these pretty ladies. Either go bold with a blood-red dupatta or keep it simple with a white one.
We spotted some stunning brides in green bridal outfits. Adding a pink shade to your green outfit is a contemporary choice. The contrast between green and pink is delicate and beautiful.
The combination of pink and blue is the latest trend in bridal fashion. If you are planning to wear a pink lehenga, for dupatta you can experiment with the shades of blue like indigo, turquoise or steel blue. Even on blue, pink dupatta makes a statement.
The best thing about white colour is that you can pair it with literally ANYTHING! Amrita Thakur, the famous fashion blogger paired her white sharara set with a lovely yellow dupatta. This outfit is the perfect choice for your pre-wedding functions.
How can we forget the traditional red colour when it comes to bridal outfits? Say bye-bye to boring all-red bridal lehengas. These real brides outshined their wedding day with blue, pink and orange dupattas.