5 Dupatta Draping Styles
As the festival season is coming closer, ladies start searching for something latest in the market. Diwali is a religious festival so nothing other than a traditional look will be more graceful. Carrying dupatta with any of the traditional outfit adds more to your fashion statement. Here we are listing you with the 5 new dupatta draping styles for any of the Indian wear.
1. Free on both of the shoulders
Carrying dupatta free on both the shoulders is the simplest way but no doubt, no other style of carrying a dupatta will give such an amazing and pretty look.
2. Pleats on one shoulder
Gather the dupatta in pleats on one shoulder and let in free on the front and back side. But yes, don't forget to pin it on the shoulder.
3. Gown style
Holding the dupatta across your both of the wrists from back to the front is another pretty nice way to carry the dupatta. This style of carrying can go with any of the outfits whether it is salwar kameez or a lehenga.
4. One side open
The free drape style on the one shoulder equally on both front as well as back side and pinned up at the shoulder is also one of the great ways to carry the dupatta.
5. Lehenga saree style
Lehenga saree style means draping the dupatta just as the saree pallu. You simply have to take one corner of the dupatta to the front waist and tuck it. And then take the dupatta from front on the left side to the back and then bring the edge line to the left shoulder.