Dupatta draping styles

Innovative ways you can style your dupatta this festive season

Single shoulder style

If you are wearing a lehenga or a suit that has heavy embroidery work on it then use this dupatta style to showcase your outfit.

Full back fall style

To draping your dupatta in full back fall style, let one side of your dupatta rest on the inner corner of one of your elbow and you can hold the other side in the other hand and show off your outfit.

Front all covered style

Don't stop yourself from flaunting your designer dupatta. Just lay your dupatta across your shoulders and let it fall freely beneath. This draping style will add instant grace to your persona. If you have heavy work patterns, embellishments and embroidery on your dupatta, this style will compliment your dupatta and make it stand out.

Dupatta with waist belt

Wearing your dupatta with a waist belt gives a traditional outfit a modern twist. All you need to do is wear your dupatta on one of your shoulders and tie it along your waist with a belt.

Drape it like saree

You can dress up a simple skirt and blouse and give it the sexy twist of a saree by draping your dupatta around like saree. This way you can easily dance around and have fun while your dupatta stays in place.

Slipped dupatta style

If you want to look elegant and effortless then you need to bookmark this dupatta draping style. In this style, you need to pin only one side of your drape to your shoulders and let the other side of your dupatta fall down and rest on one of your hands.

Poncho style

To achieve this mess-free look, wear your dupatta like a poncho. Just remember to pin it up well on your shoulders if you are wearing a heavy dupatta.