6 Dupattas every Indian woman should invest in!

Here are some different types of dupatta’s you must have:

Most of the women love to keep themselves updated when it comes to fashion. Dressing up is all about elegance and grace, and when it comes to traditional wear Indian women have an intense relationship with dupatta.

Dupattas are a fashion statement that makes your ethnic look even more special. The right dupatta can make your outfit look extraordinary. Here are 6 types of dupattas you must buy to give a new style element to your wardrobe!

  • Jaipuri Bandhej dupatta

The bandhej or bandhani means tying; this process is tying the fabric with grain, pearls or cotton etc to make a dot pattern on the cloth. Bandhej dupatta is particularly famous for the shiny circular patterns sprinkled over the surface. These creative patterns give an extremely brilliant festive look! To make it look extraordinary you can wear it with a white dupatta or another contrasting colored kurta. Some studs and bangles will complete your look.

  • Phulkari dupatta

Phulkari dupatta is an ancient embroidery technique from Punjab. It is a floral embroidery intricately done with two or more colors on a cloth. These dupattas have embroidery according to your choice, light or heavy. A plain suit and heavy phulkari dupatta is an ideal option for any occasion. They are little expensive but are must have.

  • Banarasi silk dupatta

Banarasi silk dupattas are the ultimate choice for rich occasions since they are very heavy and beautiful. For normal days, you can purchase a nominal dupatta. These dupattas make you look effortlessly elegant. A Banarasi silk dupatta adds a classy feel to your look; you can wear it to festivals, office parties and on other significant occasions.

  • Kantha embroidered dupatta

These types of dupattas have paints, prints and images portraying the universe of Vedic times, this technique is known as running stitch. These dupattas are simple yet give a heavy look. Simplicity is the key to making a fashion statement and stacking them on regular days will be perfect statement for you.

  • Chiffon Dupatta

Chiffon dupattas are casual and can compliment any attire. They are lightweight, fragile and easy to carry. These dupattas add a feminine touch making you look pretty and vibrant. Wear them with bold color kurtas and pick a dupatta of your choice.

  • Net dupatta

These types of dupatta are all time favorite; the best part of the net dupatta is that it adds a covered yet visible look to the outfit. They are super light in weight and can work amazingly when you take them with shimmer patterns, chikan, and embroidery. For a modern look, they can be worn with cropped blouses and skirts.