INNOVATIVE WAYS TO DRAPE A DUPATTA

Yes we all know that women can not have enough clothes ever, but sometimes it becomes mandatory ( read pricey) to buy a new outfit every time we step put, especially when we talk about ethnic Indian wear. You can't keep repeating the outfit true, but you can't wear it just once and let it go right? So how can we innovate with the same ANARKALI SUIT and yet make it look like a brand new outfit each time? Simple. Its the good old pretty dupatta to your rescue! Drape it differently each time and see a change in the way you look with just the right styling of the humble dupatta.

Dupattas have long been a symbol of "LAJ" and "HAYA", and their main purpose has been covering up the women's head to show respect . However, with the fashion revolution, dupattas have become exquisite drapes that can add dollops of appeal and value to the suit. Using the scarves as dupattas or quirky printed ones are a youthful innovation of the dupatta. The traditional Indian Anarkali stands incomplete without a dupatta to boot. Be it heavily embellished ones or light border dupattas, Or quirky printed ones, any suit is incomplete without these perfectly draped beauties.

We have all known the common ways to carry a dupatta, Over the head, on the neck, or hanging from one side freely. Let us show you different ways as to how you can drape your dupattas over the ANARKALI or other Indian suits to create different looks with the same outfit-

STYLING WITH A BELT

1. Create pleats on the dupatta and pin it to your right shoulder. Wear a belt coming from over the dupatta.

2. You can similarly wear the dupatta over both shoulders with the ends falling on the front and secure them with a belt for a chic, young look. This one makes the dupatta look like a jacket.

 TRADITIONAL HEAVILY EMBELLISHED DUPATTAS.

3.One can't pleat the heavy dupattas too much as it would kill their attraction. For these rich dupattas, you can style them as a stole over your shoulders. You could also let the dupatta fall free in a slight U from the behind while wrapping it around your arms. 

 

4. You can carry the dupatta very formally with one side pinned to the shoulder and the other side coming in from the back and secured to the wrist of the woman. It looks extremely classy and ladylike.

5. Try the saree look with your dupatta by pinning one edge on the side of the waist and bringing it up front from the back over the other shoulder. Let the other side fall freely in front.

DUPATTAS WITH BORDERS

5. These look good when styled over the head for a royal and elegant look. You can innovate by creating a U shape fall in front with one side of the dupatta by pinning it across the bosom with a slight U fall and the other side hanging lose at the back.

PRINTED DUPATTAS

6. You can have fun with printed dupattas by styling them as scarves. Knot them around your neck aka Dev Anand style or wear them as Keffiyah style scarves..it's always good to blend Indian with a fun factor to create interesting looks.

 

7. WEAR IT AS A TURBAN

Now this look is more fun and bold, but that's how girls are approaching fashion now a days, with a a bold perspective, so go on and indulge in some drama as you drape the dupatta over your head for a more playful look..And it also covers bad hair days!

So shop those stunning suits at PEACHMODE but style them differently each time to create a new looking you on every occassion!

Dupattas have long been a symbol of "LAJ" and "HAYA", and their main purpose has been covering up the women's head to show respect . However, with the fashion revolution, dupattas have become exquisite drapes that can add dollops of appeal and value to the suit. Using the scarves as dupattas or quirky printed ones are a youthful innovation of the dupatta. The traditional Indian Anarkali stands incomplete without a dupatta to boot. Be it heavily embellished ones or light border dupattas, Or quirky printed ones, any suit is incomplete without these perfectly draped beauties.

We have all known the common ways to carry a dupatta, Over the head, on the neck, or hanging from one side freely. Let us show you different ways as to how you can drape your dupattas over the ANARKALI or other Indian suits to create different looks with the same outfit-

STYLING WITH A BELT

1. Create pleats on the dupatta and pin it to your right shoulder. Wear a belt coming from over the dupatta.

2. You can similarly wear the dupatta over both shoulders with the ends falling on the front and secure them with a belt for a chic, young look. This one makes the dupatta look like a jacket.

 TRADITIONAL HEAVILY EMBELLISHED DUPATTAS.

3.One can't pleat the heavy dupattas too much as it would kill their attraction. For these rich dupattas, you can style them as a stole over your shoulders. You could also let the dupatta fall free in a slight U from the behind while wrapping it around your arms. 

 

4. You can carry the dupatta very formally with one side pinned to the shoulder and the other side coming in from the back and secured to the wrist of the woman. It looks extremely classy and ladylike.

5. Try the saree look with your dupatta by pinning one edge on the side of the waist and bringing it up front from the back over the other shoulder. Let the other side fall freely in front.

DUPATTAS WITH BORDERS

5. These look good when styled over the head for a royal and elegant look. You can innovate by creating a U shape fall in front with one side of the dupatta by pinning it across the bosom with a slight U fall and the other side hanging lose at the back.

PRINTED DUPATTAS

6. You can have fun with printed dupattas by styling them as scarves. Knot them around your neck aka Dev Anand style or wear them as Keffiyah style scarves..it's always good to blend Indian with a fun factor to create interesting looks.

 

7. WEAR IT AS A TURBAN

Now this look is more fun and bold, but that's how girls are approaching fashion now a days, with a a bold perspective, so go on and indulge in some drama as you drape the dupatta over your head for a more playful look..And it also covers bad hair days!

So shop those stunning suits at PEACHMODE but style them differently each time to create a new looking you on every occassion!

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