Fresh Dupatta Draping Styles 2021 Brides Should Definitely Give A Shot!
BY Sakshi | 17 Oct, 2019 | 13759 views | 2 min read
Want to be a bride who stands out in the crowd! Then a very cool and easy way to do it is with the drape of the bridal dupatta- yep, trying out a few new styles is something we recommend every bride does, and the drape of the dupatta can be the deciding factor in making your bridal look flattering or frumpy. So here are some new drapes we spotted- some single, some double dupatta ones, but all of them fresh and interesting! So give them a shot, who knows they might flatter you very well!
The 'cape' drape
Image via @ronickakandhari
This is one of our favourite dupatta drapes for the mehendi or the sangeet, and looks so laid-back and happy! It can also be incorporated into a double dupatta look for the bride for the wedding! Something trendy for an intimate or a beach wedding when you don't want to look too traditional!
The 'belt' drape
Image via Cupcake Productions
There was a time when we saw waistbelts only on South Indian brides, but we love them for lehenga dupattas too! They flatter the curves beautifully, and give such a neat finish to the bridal look.
This twist on the traditional
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Notice how the dupatta on the head is brought forward and tied on the wrist? Such a subtle thing but escalates the bridal look instantly, showing off the beauty of the dupatta.
The 'jacket' drape
Image via Miheeka Bajaj's Looks
The dupatta tied up as a jacket makes the look so much fun! Pretty for something like the mehendi or the sangeet when you don't want the hassle of a dupatta but want to wear one!
Edgy 'two dupatta' drape
Image via Jayanti Reddy
If you wish to try something new, these are edgy two dupatta drapes that could be tried with lehengas or anarkalis or just about any outfit.
The 'shawl' drape
Image via Tanya & Neev
A simple and elegant drape, which we really wish more brides opt for! Looks very stylish especially when the dupatta is pretty like a Banarasi one or scalloped one.
The 'crossbody' drape
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A drape that's been around for a while, but we love how sleek it looks- super flattering when you don't like too much volume due to the dupatta.