By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
From a young age, every girl's best friend is their mother's dupatta. We all share a beautiful love with the dupattas. When we were young, we all have played ghar-ghar and had used our mom's dupatta as a saree. And when we grew up, we have finalised many Indian outfits, just by looking at the dupatta. After all, a beautiful dupatta can turn a 'plain Jane' into a gorgeous Indian princess.
Over the years, we have seen a drastic change in wedding fashion, and the brides have worn gorgeous dupattas. However, the prettiest trend is of pairing the lehenga with double dupattas that instantly accentuate a bride's look. And now, we have spotted some amazing ways of draping the double dupatta that every bride-to-be must save in their gallery.
One of the most popular and unique ways to style a bridal lehenga with double dupattas is to leave one dupatta loose on the shoulder, while the other one is nicely tucked on the head. It is a perfect style for winter brides to save themselves from the chilly weather.
Another 'hawt' way of styling your lehenga dupatta is by wearing it as a Patiala dupatta. It looks super chic and a perfect way to hide the tummy or for deep neckline blouses. It is even a great pick to add a little Punjabi touch to your look.
Another crisp way of styling your double dupatta is to style your shoulder dupatta in a sleek way and you can pin it or use a belt to keep it in place. It not only helps keep those extra fabrics rightly tucked, but you can also dance without the worry of the pleats getting flat. This drape is perfect for all kinds of brides.
If you are a bride, who always wanted to accentuate her look with double dupattas, then this shoulder pleats drape will never fail you. It adds more oomph to your simple look. In this bride's case, her red dupatta carefully pleated on the shoulder is adding more colour to her look. What do you think?
A creative way to drape two dupattas is the way this bride had done it. We love how the two dupattas have added more colour to her lehenga look, and the fabric belt has accentuated her style.
We had spotted a bride wearing her head dupatta as a veil, and it had instantly added more charm to her look. We love the scallop border of the dupatta. We know covering the face with dupatta is not in trend anymore, but this one can win any heart.
Well, wearing double dupattas can be a pain but if you drape it right then it can accentuate your wedding day look. Which is your favourite dupatta drape?