A lot goes into a making a girl a perfect bride for her wedding and it is every girl's dream to look the best at her wedding. There are a lot of elements that need to be nailed for that perfect bridal look and with all the hustle-bustle going around during the wedding, ladies you tend to leave out the planing of a few elements in your ensemble, one such thing is your dupatta draping style!. Who thought that dupatta could be such a big deal?
Your bridal dupattas elevate and enhance your whole bridal look by leaps and bounds! If you're a sucker for the double dupatta trend and have doubts about the same, worry not beauties we have complied some visuals to draw inspiration from real brides and our favourite designers which will change the Dupatta draping game forever.
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This is an ancient drape which has been a classic ever since. You have one dupatta pinned on your shoulder and another one over your head falling like a veil covering your face giving a "nazakat" to your overall bridal look.
This draping style gives a full Punjabi feels and is apt for our Punjabi kudis who want to go traditional on their wedding day!
In this drape, one dupatta is pinned over your head, and another one is neatly taken on either of the shoulders. This is a comfortable and stylish drape, highly recommended for brides who are all for comfort and ease on their D-day!
This draping styles will give the princess feels to you, one dupatta is pinned over the head and rest is kept free, the other dupatta is delicately carried around the arms.
For a clean minimal look, you can neatly pleat and pin your main dupatta on one shoulder giving a saree style vibe, extenuating your waist and your heavy Lehenga at the same time! The other dupatta is simply taken over the head leaving the bride looking beautiful.
Belted lehengas aka dupattas tucked with a belt is a trend that is raging big time! You secure one dupatta over your head, while another one is pinned on one shoulder tucked on the waist at the back and securing it with a beautifully embellished belt.
These Drapes are open saree style drape which is worn diagonally across the front and one dupatta is pinned over the head for a classy look.
With this dupatta draping style, one dupatta is neatly secured over the head while the other dupatta forms a U-shape on the waist through pleating and is tucked around the waist, it gives a soft as well as beautiful looks to our overall outfit ladies!