Want to create a different look each day with your usual everyday outfits? Dupattas can help you create a unique style statement. While a well matched and well styled dupatta can complete your traditional look, dupattas are now used by women to create a new look with western wear such as jeans, skirts etc. Go ahead and add different types of dupattas to your everyday outfits and stand out of the crowd every day.
If you are a fan of dupattas or you want to create a personal style using dupattas, the below dupattas are a must haves for your wardrobe.
Printed Dupatta: An Ultimate must-have!
Tired of your regular everyday look and want to experiment something different? Adding a printed dupatta to your regular pair of kurta leggings or even with a jeans and a plain top will take your usual everyday look to an entire new level. A printed dupatta will never go out of fashion. Printed dupattas are available in various prints and various colors. Choosing prints of pinks, blues, and greens will go well with any outfit. While choosing prints of dupattas that are similar to your outfits will help you create the perfect ethnic look, a printed dupatta can never go wrong with a plain outfit and will only complete your plain look by combining it with beautiful prints. If you’re heading out to a party with your favorite black top, wrap a printed dupatta around your top in your own style and create a modern yet fashionable look. To create an elegant yet chic look, pair up your printed dupatta with legging or churidar or even with your plain long skirt. You can either tie a loose knot around your neck when pairing it up with western wear or simply pin it up on the side of your kurta when wearing it with an Indian outfit.
Floral prints: Bloom all day!
Floral prints will give you a stylish and feminine look. Floral prints can go well with your patiala and kurta and make you look elegant. If you want a bold look, choose big bold flower print dupattas and if you want to show off your gentle side, then go for small floral prints. Floral prints come in number of colors from the bold black color to subtle pinks. Choose a floral dupatta from versatile and interesting shades and prints and you will definitely be able to pair it up with number of outfits. Pair up your floral dupattas with your western wear by wrapping them around your neck and tying a bow or you can simply wear it like a scarf or simply complete your beach look by crossing your floral dupatta in front and tying it from behind.
Cotton Printed Dupattas: Beat the heat!
Cotton printed dupattas come in number of prints and can add charisma to your outfit. Cotton printed dupattas are best for summers. Mix and match your leggings and kurtas with contrasting shades of dupattas to create a magical look and grab a lot of attention whether you are going to work or going on a date. Cotton printed dupattas with crushed effect will give you a gentle and sophisticated look. Pair it up with your favorite mojaris and get the perfect ethnic-chic look.
Multicolored Printed Dupattas: Play with colors!
Want to add lots of colors to your outfits and add life to a monochromatic outfit? Get multicolor dupattas and shine in your ethnic wear or the perfect indo-western look. A multicolored printed dupatta will can enhance a plain white kurta and if you pair it up with a multicolor bracelet or earrings, you can create a stunning and gorgeous look. And if you’re not someone who loves whites, pair up your black leggings with a dark shaded bright plain kurta such as pink, peacock blue and add a bright colored multicolor dupatta and you’re good to go. Any contrasting multicolor bandhej dupatta will go well with a plain kurta or salwar kameez.
Silk Dupatta: Create an ethnic yet modern look!
Silk dupattas come in different types from Chanderi silk dupatta to Bhagalpur silk dupatta. If you have a party wear salwar kameez, but don’t like its dupatta, pair it up with a matching multicolored dupatta to get the grand yet classy look. Increase the brightness level of your already bright Fridays by pairing up silk dupatta with solid red tunic with black or dark blue colored jeans. You can also create a fresh new look by pairing up printed slik dupatta with dhoti pants, kolhapuri chappals and a multicolored sling bag.