A dupatta saree is a modern-day trend that has been made popular by brides.
It is no longer unusual for brides to look for a twist to tradition, be it with the bridal lehenga, jewelry, make up, hairstyle or other accessories. While everyone wants a touch of tradition, it is now normal for brides to seek a little experimentation to make a personal statement. The best way to do that is to blend tradition with something novel.
A dupatta saree is an attire where one uses a dupatta and drapes it like a pallu.
The dupatta, just like the pallu, can be draped in different styles and, interestingly, with different kinds of attires. Whether you wear a lehenga or even slim pants, you can turn it into a dupatta saree with a few tucks and pins.
Probably one of the most popular styles of a dupatta saree, the traditional pallu gives an elegant and hassle free look. Use the lehenga dupatta and pleat it across a shoulder, just like a saree. You can use a second, lighter and different shade of dupatta to cover your head.
The dupatta saree is perfect for the wedding ceremony. It is traditional, but ups your style quotient, besides being comfortable.
Hair & Makeup: A messy bun with soft curls and tresses would be just ideal for this kind of look Makeup: Choose nude for your makeup, and go with deep dark lips.
Jewelry: Extra-large seven layered necklace would do the right justice to your look.