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Dupattas: it is magic how one piece of fabric can totally transform your whole outfit. A dull kurta, a long flowy skirt or a simple tunic - having an appealing dupatta, you can transform any dull dress to a delightful one. Find out various ways to drape a dupatta as nothing affects your appearance as fast as a dupatta drape.

Single Dupatta Draping Styles

A designer dupatta can alter your whole outfit. If you are tired of wearing the identical anarkali and lehenga to the majority of weddings, and need to give it a simple makeover, then think about devoting a designer dupatta. When it is a solid-colored anarkali or a skirt that is subtle, with a glowing dupatta, you are able to alter the way your dress appears. Simply dab it in back to front over your shoulder to a waist for a simple fashion.

Saree-style Drape

Then you're able to provide this draping style a go. Just pleat your own dupatta and set it on your left shoulder and then tuck the remainder going around your waist. Decide on a contrast-colored dupatta with this particular design to look like a million dollars. Do not forget to accessorize this appearance for that entire look. An additional means to drape a dupatta is your free-style saree draping.

Gujarati Style

If you are in the mood to experiment, you then have to try this draping style. Whether you are attending your buddy's sangeet or your neighbors wedding, then drape a printed dupatta just like a Gujarati fashion. The Gujarati-style drape is pretty much easy. The pleats come in front and also is put on your right shoulder.

Dupatta Pinned on Both Shoulders

A net dupatta with delicate detailing demands a particular appearance. So pin your designer dupatta to both the shoulder and then leave it flowing - this draping style allows you to get a casual yet stunning look.

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