Different ways to drape a Dupatta
Every women love the wedding season, it is the most awaited time of the year when they get lots of reason to dress up. All the girls want to look stunning and unique than others. If we look at the dresses we can wear then we have options of Lehenga Choli, Salwar Kameez And famous Sarees. What makes the differance from tredtional one is style to wear it. Draping dupatta on your own marriage is a big question in the front of every bride. Dupatta of wedding dress is the style statement in itself. One can easily get charming look with this. A bride can go for the following styles to draped it which can give her awe-inspiring in her special day.
1) Punjabi Drape:
Most of the north Indian brides used to have this style. In this way women wear heavy embellished dupatta over the head and wrapped around the shoulders like a shawl style. This style is adapting the brides who are going to wear a heavy embroidered punjabi suits and lehenga choli.
2) Pakistani Drape Style:
This style is mostly popular in Pakistan. Pakistani brides usually wear this style, in the way dupatta is wear over the head and pleated from the end and draped over the waist. If the bride is going to wear the heavy embellished suit with heavy bordered dupatta then she can pleat it in the front to show all the embroidery suits work.
3) South Indian Style:
In these days this way is also called half saree style. If you want to get south india style then draped over the shoulder with opposite corner tuked in the waist from the front. If bride want to look slimmer then pleated the dupatta from the front side.
4) Gujrati Way:
In this traditional way, the dupatta is classically wear across the bride’s chest and wrapped around with kamarband to get stunning look.
5) Tie On Wrist:
This one gives royal feel and elegant look to a bride. In this style pleat the dupatta and keep it on your shoulder and take the other end and fold it around your wrist in a loop.
6) Front Flow Dupatta:
It is the classy way. To drap it, pleat it neatly and pin it at one of the shoulders, for the front part fold it up and bring it over your forearm. Although it is not a perfect option for wedding or for a bride but you can opt it for you reception.
7) Casual Style:
If your choli is heavily embroidered then choose this style. Tuck the dupatta one end at left side of waist and loose it up and take dupatta from behind your left arm over your head.
8) Double Sided Way:
This one is a best way where dupatta goes around the front as well as the back. To get this style drape the one end of dupatta and tuck it at one side of waist after that bring the free flowing part in front then fall the dupatta on your choli. Pin it correctly to one of your shoulder and then let the rest throw it over the shoulder. To get stunning look pleat the dupatta well.
9) Bengali Style:
This style is inspired by classical Bengali Saree look. If you want to hide your flaws then this style is best for you. It is also suitable for heavier women. Take one end of the dupatta and pleat well and place it correctly on right shoulder with pin. Then tuck hanging dupatta in the left side. Take the second side of dupatta and pleat it in such a way that the border is visible and place it well on left shoulder.
10) Belt It Up:
In this way drap the saree at one side and just use the designer belt to add the complement to your outfit. This style gives you slimmer look and pay attention to your waist.
11) Elbow Drape:
This one is the most easiest way that everyone can get. In this style do nothing just carry dupatta insides of your arms from behind. It looks extremely stunning when you opt it with all kinds of indian dresses.
12) Ulta-Sidha Pallu:
If you want both styles gujrati and rajasthani in one then go for this style. To get this drape dupatta in such a way that one corner is tuck at left side. Makes the pleats and let the dupatta fall over the shoulder. Take the second corner and wrap it around your waist and bring it to the left.
13) Traditional ‘V’:
This one is the most conventional way to drap dupatta. If you want this then fold the dupatta into the half and bring the fold to the centre of your neck as a perfect V and throw the ends of your dupatta over the both of shoulders. It will surely make you outstanding in special gathering.
14) One Shoulder Perfect Drape:
To get this style get the one side of dupatta and pin it correctly at one shoulder and let the dupatta flaunt to look stunning.
15) One Shoulder Drape Tied to Opposite Wrist:
If you want this style then get the dupatta at one end of shoulder then take the second end and tie it to the wrist and pin it to your bangle.