Single dupatta v/s double dupatta for your wedding look – Real Brides help you decide!

Single dupatta v/s double dupatta for your wedding look – Real Brides help you decide!

Your  bridal look heavily depends on how you drape your dupatta over your lehenga. A slight twist in the draping style can completely change your look!

Most brides-to-be stay confused about whether to opt for a single dupatta look or a double dupatta look. Scroll down to check out a few real brides who got the dupatta style right for their lehengas –

 

Double dupatta drapes:

 

1. With the heavier dupatta resting on one shoulder, while the lighter one is rested on other and draped on the head from just one side :

 

 

2. With one dupatta over the head and other one draped in very small pleats and bought diagonally from shoulder to waist:

 

 

…. Or with the dupatta draped over the bun:

 

Image Source  – Ombre by Harsheen Jammu

 

3. With one dupatta draped over the head and the contrasting one side pinned over left shoulder straight:

 

4. With one dupatta draped over the head and the contrasting one pleated like a saree:  

 

 

Image Source – Dot Dusk Photography

 

 

Image Source – Fotowalle

 

5. With the contrasting one draped over the head and the other one with very small pleats is belted to the waist:

 

 

Image Source – Cupcake Productions

6. With one dupatta draped over the head while the other one is paleted to bring in the front pallu:  

 

Image Source – The Wedding Crasher

 

7. With one dupatta draped over the head and one across the chest:

 

 

How gorgeous were those double dupatta drapes? Well, if your heart is almost set on the single dupatta look, here are the real brides who carried the drape with utmost grace and we can’t stop drooling over how stunning it looked. Have a look below at some our favourite double single drapes which’ll leave you spell bound :

 

Single Dupatta drapes:

 

1. With the dupatta kept on the head, and rested on the shoulder:

 

Image Source – Wedding Nama

2. With the dupatta brought from back to front diagonally over left shoulder:

 

 

Image Source  – Ombre by Harsheen Jammu

3. With the dupatta draped over the left shoulder like a saree with pleats:

 

Image Source – Dream Diaries

 

4. With the dupatta draped over both the shoulders like a cowl gather:

 

Image Source – Recall Pictures

 

5. With the dupatta draped over the head and brought front on one side, while the other end is tucked behind on the waist:

 

 

 

….and the one where it’s draped behind the head:

 

Image Source – Gautam Khullar

6. With the dupatta draped and bought in front in a deep U shape:

 

Image Source – Rishabh Agarwal

7. With the dupatta just resting on one shoulder:

 

Dream Diaries

 

8. With the dupatta draped on the head and resting on both the shoulders:

 

 

Image Source – Fotowalle

 

9. With the dupatta covering the head all the way:

 

Image Source – Weddings By Knotty Days

So, we hope this list might have helped you to decide whether you’ll opt for a double-dupatta or a single dupatta drape with your wedding lehenga. Whichever one you decide, just make sure to wear something that’s comfortable for you to carry!

 

(Image Source – Pinterest wherever not specified!)

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