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10 Dupatta Draping Styles For Lehengas!

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Lehenga Dupatta Draping Styles
Dupattas are undeniably an inevitable part of a bride's D-day look! While some brides pair their wedding lehenga with single dupatta, others do not mind some extra drapes. Double dupatta surely does look regal but just make sure it is comparatively less heavy than the main dupatta. Here are some of the best draping styles you can consider for the most auspicious day of your life for fabulous fuss free dupattas!
1)Carry It From Behind:
This is a lovely style for the wedding day, and very modern if you just want to take one dupatta and show off that stunning blouse and your waist. Just pin it on top of the head and bring it forward on the arms and chest
Pc: gautamkhullarphotography
2)A Criss-Cross Style Drape
New trend alert! This criss cross belted drape. If you like to keep your style game up and trendy try something like this. This criss-cross drape is the first of its kind, using two dupattas and a belt in the most creative way possible!
Pc: ritika hairstylist
3)Across Your Head & like a pleated saree pallu ahead
Take a cue from this gorgeous bride who neatly pleated her dupatta and draped it in a saree style! She put other half of the dupatta over her head. Such a classic draping style.
Pc: israniphotography
4) Over the head, and across one shoulder and arm from behind
This style of lehenga dupatta draping is quite popular, and an old school way of draping your dupatta over the lehenga. If draped properly, it gives a very finished look to the whole ensemble.
Pc: ritika hairstylist
5)One From Front In U Across The Chest & One On the Head.
This bride brought one dupatta in front like a U- shape and then pinned it on her shoulder for a unique look. Her second dupatta was draped across her head, leaving the edges on the ground like a veil.
Pc: Tarun Tahliani
6)Drape It Like A Cape:
Just drape your dupatta around your shoulder and create a cape look! To avoid any sort of hassles, don’t forget to secure it with a pin!
Pc: Dollyouup bys
7)Two Dupattas - One Across the Head & One on shoulder With A Waist Belt!
This double dupatta style on the lehenga looks very pretty. One over the head and over the shoulders, the other like a pleated saree secured with a waistbelt. So chic!
Pc: Dollyouup bys
8) One over the head tied to the wrist and the other loosely pleated, over the shoulder and arm.
Now this seems to be one of the most popular double dupatta draping styles off late, and it does look very 'bridal' and traditional! This style is ideal for the bride on her wedding day.
Pc: hriyamarfatia
9) Two Dupatta, One Across Head, Edges Tied To Wrist. And One on the shoulder With A Waist Belt!
The waistbelt cinches the dupatta at the waist, properly securing the drape. You can choose contrasting colours for both the dupattas to add some drama to your look.
Pc: Amrit kaur Artistry
10)One Across The Head & One Around The Shoulder Draped Like A Shawl.
Such a pretty picture this bride makes with her 2 dupattas. Her style of draping the dupatta too looks very elegant. You can use this style with lehengas and anarkalis also.
Pc: Sutej Pannu
Cover: tanyakaur makeupartist
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