Dupatta is a versatile piece of clothing that can be styled in a number of ways. The magic that these functional aesthetic pieces bring to an outfit is unparalleled in beauty and finesse. In this blog, we will walk you through a few must-have dupattas in your wardrobe and how to style them.
Can anything beat the magical aura of Pochampally with its interesting geometric patterns? If understated elegance is your kind of game, Pochampally dupattas are just perfect for you. As most of these shawls are vibrant, pair them with muted colour silk cotton kurtas and anarkalis.
There is something about these crinkled dupattas that wins hearts in an instant. Bandhani is a kind of fabric that’s always ready to spread positive vibes with its lively colours and cheery patterns. Give your monochrome ensemble a pop of colour with bandhani shawls and complete the look with tassel jewellery.
Some days call for flamboyance, while some days our heart leans towards minimalism. Thankfully, when it comes to the world of dupattas, there are plenty of choices for both. Kalamkari dupattas in earthy tones and ethnic motifs is just what you need to sport a soigne and simple look. Accessorise with terracotta jewellery and you are all set for the day.
There is nothing like a good old pashmina dupatta when you long to wear something exquisite. Pashmina shawls are what we call “wearable art” which not only uplifts the outfit but also the mood and spirit of the wearer and onlooker. Be it staple kurtas, dresses, or tunics, Pashmina dupatta lends a unique ethnic touch to the overall ensemble.
When in doubt, go for a classic Kanchipuram silk dupatta as it works well for both weddings and simple events. It adds a touch of luxury and sophistication to the outfit and can be teamed up with gold or meenakari jewellery.
These are the 5 kinds of dupattas which are a wardrobe staple. At Sundari Silks, we have a stunning collection of dupattas in different weaves, prints and patterns which can be paired with all your ethnic outfits.