DIFFERENT DUPATTA STYLES
Dupatta are a long scarf native to the dressing of South Asian women for ages now. In fact, they have been considered as a pictogram of reticence to the dressing of women from these belts. These graceful drapes that go well with more or less all the attires, starting from saris, suits, lehenga, anarkalli, skirts and dresses, they append a smidgen of oomph and grace. Much like its utility, the ways of draping it are ample, and each has an inimitable twist to it.The Punjabi look from the front and a simple twist from the other end is what define this ulta-pulta look the best. Also, among one of the most common styles, this look is the curtain raiser at all major functions decorated with women in graceful lehenga, suits and saris.