24 October, 2021

Bollywood Divas Inspired Dupatta Drapes

Here are some unique ways to drape your ‘dupatta’, inspired by the Bollywood Divas. Let’s check out these iconic looks.

By Sonali Sachdeva

The clinched waist

Dia Mirza used a fancy waist belt to fix her ‘duppata’with her ethnic ensemble. The clinched waist style provides a sleek look to the body.

Image Credits: Dia Mirza

The saree style

This draping style has been in fashion for years. To avoid the hassle of carrying a flowy ‘dupatta’, Kiara Advani chose to drape her ‘dupatta’ and tuck it at the back of the waist with her 'gharara'.

Image Credits: Kiara Advani

The side tuck

This is the easiest drape to create. Actress, Kajal Aggarwal’s look demonstrates a neatly pleated ‘dupatta’ tucked on a side on the shoulder. One can drape it with 'kurtas', 'anarkalis' or co-cords.

Image Credits: Pinterest

The cape trail

A trailing cape is inspired from the western style outfits. However, it can easily be created with a ‘dupatta’, just like Diana Penty’s designer look. All you have to do is pin it up on one shoulder.

Image Credits: Lakme Fasion Week

The side see all

Another way to drape a ‘dupatta’ is to give it maximum exposure and keeping it as the highlight of the outfit like B-Town diva, Sonam Kapoor gently styled it on one side of the shoulder.

Image Credits: Pinterest

The corset trail

The corset trail is the new-age drape, which Shilpa Shetty Kundra picked from the designer, Tarun Tahiliani. To pep your look, you can drape a ‘duppata’ in the similar way.

Image Credits: Popxo

The jacket drape

Draping a ‘dupatta’ across your shoulders creates much like a jacket look. Taking cues from Malaika Arora, who recently donned the look with a heavily embroidered ‘dupatta’.

Image Credits: Malaika Arora

The wrap round

This is the simplest way to drape a ‘dupatta’. Just wrap your ‘dupatta’ nicely around your shoulders, keeping the highlights of your ‘dupatta’ in focus. Exactly, how Deepika Padukone casually wore it.

Image Credits: Pinterest

The free falling style

If you want to flaunt your ‘dupatta’, then free falling style is the best way. Here’s how bubbly actress, Alia Bhatt draped it. Keeping the ‘duppatta’ on her shoulders, and letting it magically flow.

Image Credits Vogue

The rolling drape

Just like Madhuri Dixit, you can drape your ‘dupatta’ by rolling the other end of it in your arm or wrist. This drape is most suitable with a lehenga and 'choli' and gives an elegant look.

Image Credits: Madhuri Dixit

The shawl drape

We all know how to drape a shawl. Similarly, this can be done with a ‘duppata’. Just drape it from your back to front and it’s done. Bollywood actress, Vidya Balan accentuated the shawl drape.

Image Credits: Vogue

The double drape

The double drape is mostly done for the brides. One dupatta is fixed on the shoulder and other is kept over the head. Even Neha Dhupia created this style on her wedding day.

Image Credits: Femina India

The Mughal drape

One can easily create the Mughal drape, like Sonam Kapoor, by fixing the ‘dupatta’ by taking it over their head and fixing one end over a shoulder.

Image Credits: Pinterest

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