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It’s a timeless saying we can’t help but agree with: brides don’t settle for less. When it comes to what they don on their wedding day, brides can be slightly fussy (just slightly) and take days (sometimes even months) to come up with a design they love enough to wear on such an important day- make no mistake, it’s the dress of their dreams.These days, for example, brides love wearing a double dupatta- one that goes over the head and other that they can experiment with! A double dupatta can work especially well for brides who don’t want to drape too heavy a dupatta over their head and neck, but still want to add that gorgeous zari embroidered dupatta to their outfit. (We know the pain of having two equally stunning designs and not being able to choose. Sigh.) So here are some draping ideas so you can drape that double dupatta like it’s nobody’s business!1. One pleated dupatta on the side and one on headWhite Rose Production2. One draped loosely on the side and other on head Gautam Khullar Photography3. One as half saree and the other on headKartik Bhagat 4. Nizami style wrapped across chest in front and the other on head Divishth Kakkar Photography5. Scoop drape over chest and the other one on headMahima Bhatia Photography6. One from shoulder to the arm and the other on headMahima Bhatia Photography7. One behind arms and one loosely on side going down the shoulderDipak Studios8. One draped in U-style and the other one on low head1Plus 1Studio9. One carried in hands and the other on headMastani Weddings10. Regal bride with dupatta draped loosely on shoulder and going down and the other on headSabyasachi OfficialWhat we can’t stop loving about the double dupatta is how it can instantly add dollops of elegance to the bride’s plain old lehenga with a simple dupatta. Having a double dupatta is extravagant, yet it conveys a timelessness about itself- not for the faint hearted, we can assure you.
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