6 Bollywood Inspired Dupatta Drapes Perfect For Intimate Weddings!

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1. The tuck in

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In frame: Kiara Advani

A mere tuck-in done the right way, with the right separates, gives you a winner look. Drape your dupatta with an uber-cool tuck trick at the back of the waist which with paired with the gharara and an embellished bralette, makes for a stealer designer look.


2. The cape trail

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In frame: Diana Penty

You are not alone if you had that fantasy of a trailing cape ever since you first set your eyes on the trend, you can easily recreate the look with a dainty dupatta. All you gotta do is pin it up real nice and you will all set for the ceremony.


3. The clinched waist

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In frame:Katrina Kaif

Introducing a belt to the waist is a style that has been long established at this time, but it is still one worth trying if you wish to step out on the conventional territory but in a foolproof manner.


4. The neat side tuck

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In frame: Kajal Aggarwal

For an effortless and easy look, a neatly pleated dupatta tucked on a side on the shoulder works brilliantly- wear it with your suits or even contemporary co-ords. The versatile style works with just about everything.


5. Imitating a jacket

In frame: Malaika Arora

A heavily embroidered dupatta works like a charm with all your ethnic wear, For those who like to keep it unconventional, draping it across your shoulders, like a jacket, is bound to make an impression.


6. The side see-all

In frame: Tara Sutaria

Another way to drape your dupatta to give it maximum exposure while keeping it as the highlight of your outfit is to let it hang gently on a single side, letting the embroidered or printed details sit at the center. Reliable, age-old, and fool-proof, there is no denying the appeal of this styling hack that works every single time.


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By Priya

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