Lehengas with dupatta

IDEAS FOR STYLING YOUR LEHENGAS WITH DUPATTA

Lehengas with Dupatta are most commonly worn garments for weddings. The beauty of the lehengas lies in its versatility. Also, Lehengas with Dupatta look vibrant and traditional. No matter what the age is, the lehengas are a popular choice for most Indian women. The most beautiful part of the lehengas is its stylish cuts, unique patterns, bright colours and designs. 

Here are different styles of styling Lehengas with Dupatta to appear trendy…

A classic saree drape style

This is the most common and evergreen style. Be it a wedding, reception, mehendi for an engagement ceremony, this style goes classic. 

A classic saree drape style

Dupatta openly pinned on one side

This is one of the easiest styles. A sheer dupatta with a nice border is a perfect choice for this style. Style it with classic jewellery and high heels to set the trends. 

Dupatta openly pinned on one side

Front-flow dupatta style

Lehengas with Dupatta in this style gives an elegant look. Pleat it neatly and pin it at the shoulder, so that it falls behind you. 

Front-flow dupatta style

Add a waist-band with your drape

Lehengas with Dupatta draping with waist-band are the latest trends in wedding fashion. This style looks unique and grabs the attraction for every woman. 

Add a waist-band with your drape

Double-sided drape

This style also looks elegant. Take one end of the dupatta and tuck it on any side of your waist. Bring it forward after leaving the free flowing part of it on your back. Once you bring forward, let the dupatta fall over the choli. Pin it at the shoulder and throw it over the shoulder.

Double-sided drape

Casual drape style

The Casual drape style is suitable for lehengas with heavily embroidered blouses. Tuck one end of the dupatta at the left side. Loosen it and take the dupatta from behind your left arm over your head. 

Casual drape style

It is a good idea to drape the dupattas in different styles. Because Lehengas with dupatta is the latest fashion that set the trends. So join KIFT, for more fashion styling ideas and Learn Fashion Designing course.

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