With Eid and shaadi season upon us and with it the desire for a winning ethnic wear closet that’ll see you through all the invites on your social calendar, investing in an elaborate dupatta is a must. There are numerous types of dupattas out there. Wondering from where to begin? Read on for our recommendations.

Tulle dupattas are never amiss in a festive wardrobe. The dreamy, wispy fabric brings a certain charm to your ethnic look, and when styled right, can serve you well for almost any wedding event on your roster, whether it’s a low-key Eid dinner or a glamorous reception.

For most of us, chunri dupatta is one traditional garment that will never go out of style. We don't know about you but the colourful art of chunri dupattas can really spice up an otherwise plain outfit with the right amount of edge and tradition.

Every ethnic lover will agree to the fact that dupattas can add a stylish spin to any given outfit. But in the case of wedding season, which mostly falls in the winters, a shawl can do the trick. Jamawar shawls are a classic when it comes to winter weddings.

The sheer look and buttery texture of organza fabric are loved for its whimsical appeal. If you are looking for a fancy dupatta to pair with your ethnic suit, consider buying an organza dupatta. Dupattas embroidered with ethnic motifs or hemmed with lace borders are popular choices for ethnic wear.

When it comes to colour, the fashion set is known to embrace the mantra, "black is the new black." So, consider it a rare moment of optimism that designers are embracing the colours of the rainbow. That said, the statement-making chatta patti dupatta trend is a full-on spectrum of colour.

Jacquard made a huge style game a few summers back, not only dupattas but designers and brand labels introduced complete jacquard suits. Though jacquard suits can be quite uncomfortable for scorching heat, as the golden work itches your skin. But jacquard dupattas are a more wearble and make you look festive and well ready.