As an Indian living in India, we are the luckiest people in the world we have the opportunity to visit so many diverse cultures, so many colourful places to be and their tradition that we can observe, learn & more important to wear them. That’s the most exciting part of it, who does not like different clothes to wear from different states. I know I do? I carry various cultures with me in my wardrobe, & I like to share them with you.
You can own an exquisite piece like banarasi silk dupatta, Phulkari dupatta from Punjab or Gujarat own unique bandhani. You can give a stylish spin to your old salwar suits and lehengas by getting hold of a beautiful range of dupattas. Available in countless designs and colours, dupattas can instantly glam up your desi look. That’s why your wardrobe needs to have at least four to five different kinds of dupattas stocked up, if not more.
Let’s look at the 5 must have dupattas in your wardrobe.
– Cotton Dupatta
With cotton dupattas, you should at least have one from this colourful, plain or bandhani personally I consider you should at least have cotton bandhani dupattas, a simple bandhani can add up the charm on any outfit like Cotton K
– Silk dupattas.
You should at least invest in one quality silk dupatta, you can wear it with an indo-western dress, or mix an match with lengha choli or you can style it up with salwar Kamis. Banarasi silk dupatta is the right choice to invest in.
– Printed Dupattas
A printed dupatta is a definite wardrobe essential to team it up over plain kurtas and leggings or you can even wear it as a stole over a pair with
– Embellished Dupatta
Embellished with Kundan, beads, lace or mirror work, can glam up the look with lengha choli, dress or salwar kameez. This dupatta is perfect to wear at parties, weddings, and can also mix and match with different outfits to get a unique combination of outfits.
– Phulkari Dupatta
Phulkari is a traditional dupatta from Punjab, which consists of sophisticated embroidery in various designs like geometric. The embroidery is typically done using floss silk thread on woven cotton fabric, although it’s also done on chanderi silk and other fabrics. You can style this dupatta with simple salwar kameez, or with lengha choli, either way, it will look unique or glam up your look.
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