3 Different Ways To Wear Silk Dupattas

Silk is the richest and royal looking fabric. And it is quite expensive too! There are different types of silks such as benaras, Bhagalpur silk, Mysore silk, chanderiĀ silk, Dharmavaram silk and more. Mostly, the silk sarees are very heavy and high maintenance and need some patience to carry them off. A simple silk dupatta can do the work if you think you can’t carry the saree. And here are the three different ways you can use your silk dupatta and look royal!

anarkalis and lehengas with silk dupattas

1. Wear it with your Anarkali

Anarkalis are the most common traditional clothing we use when we want to look dressy as an alternative to a saree. So incorporate the silk dupatta into your daily wear and then see the magic. Look at Sonam Kapoor, Aishwarya and Rashi Khanna, looking absolutely regal in the silk dupattas. So girls, take notes. Silk dupattas with anarkalis for the win!

anarkalis with silk dupattas

2. Pair it with your half saree

Half sarees are the typical south Indian wear which is a lesser heavy version of saree. It is also comparatively very easy to carry. So use the silk dupatta to look even more dressy. It gives a very chic and classy vibe. Use your silk dupatta with the half saree as odhni and drape it neatly. All you need is some matching jewelry and some cat eyeliner, a red pout and you are ready to go!

half saree with silk dupatta

3. Silk dupattas with your lehenga

Silk dupattas can be used with anything and this is the proof for it. You can use it with your lehenga and it will give a combination of both south Indian and north Indian styles. Here areMehreen and Eesha wearing a silk dupatta with their lehengas and looking like a dream. A pop of berry shade lipstick and some cute chand baliĀ is enough to win hearts with this look!

lehenga with silk dupattas

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