Doesn’t every woman want to look perfect on her wedding day? It’s something she’s wanted to do for a long time. Nothing looks more stunning than a bridal wedding dupatta at a big fat Indian function. A dupatta is easily one of the most elegant pieces of clothing in the world, and it can be paired with literally anything. It is available in various designs, fabrics, cuts, embellishments, and colors. So, peruse our enthralling bridal collection and order your dream wedding dupatta online.
Be The Epitome Of Ethnic Elegance In A Stunning Wedding Dupatta.
A dupatta complements the beauty and grace of ethnic ensembles for all occasions. Pair a wedding dupatta with your wedding day outfit or ethnic sets to look like the perfectly attired guest during the wedding season.
How Has the Dupatta Changed Over Time?
The word “dupatta,” which means “doubled cloth shawl,” is derived from Middle Indic elements that originated in Sanskirt. It combines “du” for two and “patta” for a strip of cloth or scarf. The first use of the Dupatta can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, as evidenced by a sculpture of a priest-king whose left shoulder was covered with a cloth similar to the modern Dupatta.
There are several terms for the word Dupatta in early Sanskrit literature, all of which refer to veils or scarves worn by women during the ancient period. The most well-known is the uttariya, which is a shoulder veil. The Dupatta is thought to be a descendant of this ancient uttariya.
How to Wear a Wedding Dupatta?
- Ethnic Saree
Pair your bridal saree with a wedding dupatta that complements your outfit to create the perfect wedding look. Indian brides of all cultures can use wedding dupattas to add elegance and beauty to their attire. You can achieve the ethereal beauty of a fairy by wearing the Dupatta as a veil.
- Suits with Salwar Kameez
Simple salwar suits can be paired with bright or contrasting dupattas to create a stunning ethnic ensemble for any wedding occasion. Choose an understated and plain dupatta if your salwar suit has heavy embroidery and bright colors. Choose a dupatta in a contrasting color or design for simple and elegant salwar suits.
- Lehengas for Weddings
Any wedding lehenga can be paired with a stunning dupatta to complement the ethnic look and make you stand out. A dupatta is always welcome to stylize an Indo-Western lehenga with a crop top and skirt or a proper ethnic blouse and lehenga set.
How to Wear a Lehenga Dupatta in Different Ways?
Styles of Single Dupatta Draping
Here are all of the single dupatta draping styles we recommend for brides—these are typically popular for smaller functions, but some brides choose a single dupatta even on their wedding day.
Pinned to Top of The Head and Pushed Forward on The Arms and Chest
This lovely wedding day look is also very modern if you only want to wear one Dupatta and show off your stunning blouse and waist!
The Same Dupatta Draped Over the Head and Chest as Before
This traditional way of wearing a single dupatta is popular among Sikh brides and looks elegant.
Clipped on The Head and One Side of The Wrist
We adore this look because it exudes a gypsy vibe. The Dupatta is pinned at the wrist and on the head, so you know it’s not going anywhere. You also don’t need accessories for the wrist where the Dupatta is pinned. Another benefit.
A Single Dupatta is Wrapped Around One’s Neck.
This look has a very feminine vibe to it. It is ideal for a Mehendi or any other daytime event. However, only use this style of draping the Dupatta if it is light and not too heavy. A heavily embellished dupatta becomes difficult to manage when draped in this manner. You can even pin the Dupatta loosely on your shoulders for more movement.
Wrap the Single Dupatta Around Your Elbows.
One of the oldest methods of draping your Dupatta! Because the Dupatta isn’t covering anything, your lehenga can shine. However, because it cannot be pinned anywhere, it may restrict your movement slightly.
Over One Shoulder, Neatly Pleated and Small
This method has recently gained popularity among brides because it is simple and effective.
Draping Styles for a Double Dupatta
One Over The Head, One Loose On The Shoulder, and One Brought Forward, Around to The Wrist
This appears to be one of the most popular double Dupatta draping styles right now, and it looks very ‘bridal’ and traditional!
One is Worn Over The Head and Shoulders, While The Other is Pleated Over One Shoulder.
This lehenga with a double dupatta looks very pretty and is ideal for the bride on her wedding day.
One is Worn Over The Head and Shoulders, and The Other is Pleated Like A Saree and Fastened With A Waistbelt.
The waistbelt cinches the Dupatta at the waist, allowing the bride to walk down the aisle or dance the night away.
One Draped Like A Deep You Over the Head and Brought to The Front on Both Sides
This is a very Mughal-inspired style that looks stunning. You can wear this dupatta draping style with either an Anarkali or a lehenga, as it goes well with both.
One Goes Over the Head, the Other Diagonally Like A Saree Pallu.
The Dupatta that covers the head does not come in front over the shoulders in this style but instead stays at the back. This style allows you to move freely while also displaying your stunning lehenga.
Anarpot Sells Wedding Dupattas Online.
Anarpot sells the most fashionable and stunning wedding dupattas online. Choose from various colors, designs, patterns, embroidery, or zari work to complement your ethnic ensemble and turn heads at any wedding function.
How Do I Buy Wedding Dupatta on Anarpot?
Wedding Dupatta shopping on Anarpot is very simple. You must browse our latest Wedding Dupatta online collection on the website, add the items you want to your cart, fill out your information, and choose from various payment methods.