All thanks to Sabyasachi and other Indian designers, there is no scarcity of bridal lehangas and innovations for the same. Let us see some ways you can ace the double dupattas look with your lehangas and sarees.
Whether you are a would be bride or just a girl next door, you cannot be spared from the double dupatta bug that seems to have bitten fashionistas lately. So, check out some ways in which you can wear not just one but two dupattas together! Buy Now Ikkat Dupatta Online
Sabyasachi is the dream designer for every bride to be. Get his ever famous double dupatta look with different shades of colours and use the lighter colour dupatta to cover your head and let the darker one accentuate your curves. You can complete the look with a heavy mang tikka and a kamar bandh on the waist.
This is an ideal way to keep the traditions in vogue, even if you feel it might be a little suffocating while its not. You can check out many ghoonghat style drapes of dupatta online. You need a sheer dupatta that covers your head as well as face and pull it down so it does not slide backwards. Wear a light weight mang tikka and look like a traditional diva on your wedding day.
Game Of Contrasts
Contrasts are a safe bet when you are unsure about your look while providing a mysterious appeal to your attire. Use bold combinations like blue and red, black and white or yellow and green and ensure they are equally designed. Nude makeup and a chubby smile will make you look like a million dollars in this look. Buy Now
Just Like Shawl
this is one look that is worth trying every now and then and guess what, you need not be a bride too for the same. Drape the heavier dupatta from the back and let the ends on to your arms and at the same time use a contrasting shade of dupatta and drape it like a pallu. Wear a nice sita haar and jhumkas to complete the look. You can try wearing a cotton silk or ikkat dupatta to give a stylish look.
Like A Princess Veil
Attending a gala event and need an extraordinary appearance? Opt for this princess veil drape which will showcase a long fall from the top of your head right onto your front. Wear the drape with minimal jewellery so that it does not cover the front veil on your face.
These are just a few ways on how you can rock the two dupattas look but there is always room for experimentation when it comes to fabrics and styles. You can try pochampally Dresss Material and pattu dupattas with silk lehangas to give a traditional yet contemporary look. Buy Now