Bridal Dupatta Settings. The manner and style in which you drape your dupatta on your gorgeous bridal dress matter a lot more than you may think it does. Your dupatta style will say a lot about how you are carrying your bridal dress or any lehenga, etc. that you happen to be wearing. So let’s not waste the options that we are provided with on how we can drape the dupatta to bring out as much class as possible.
Here are 17 mesmerizing and elegant designs to drape dupatta, along with other bridal accessories such as shoes, clutches and more, to give your dupatta style the uniqueness and glamor of your own personality. Have a look and enjoy all the perks!
Latest Dupatta Settings Styles for Bride
Let’s start with a simple DIY bridal dupatta setting video:
#17 – The Calculated Style with Lehenga
The calculated style of the dupatta hanging from one side and the rest would be supported by your other arm, gives a calculated and classic look.
Try the slender silvery heels for an extra pinch of glamor.
The perfect clutch will add a bit more shine to your dupatta and dress.
#16 – The Most Elegant Style
A wondrous and magnificent bridal dress illuminated by the manner in which its dupatta is carried — sleekly carried around one shoulder and continuing from the back to the left arm and flowing down. Absolutely mesmerizing! Have a look at 20 Latest Bridal Lehenga Designs and Ideas to try this year
#15 – The Celebrity Style
Urwa Hocane’s bridal lehenga showing heightening glamor with its dupatta nicely tucked on one side and continuing to be carried over her opposite arm.
Try the lovely sparkly shoes with your admirable dupatta setting.
#14 – The Traditional Style
Probably the most traditional-looking style in today’s modern era. But if you are a fan of traditional approaches to a wedding then it’s for you.
#13 – Without Dupatta Style
Bridal gowns are coming in trendy and the dupattas are slightly shoving out of the way. Have this ‘no dupatta’ style and rock your wedding like no other bride. A gown like this looks both elegant and beautiful on brides, so do check out 30 Latest Indian Bridal Gown Styles and Designs to Try this Year
Try out these demanding golden heels with this such flawless of a bridal dress!
#12 – The Distinct Style
The distinct style of this one beats all. As it has a traditional and a modern both kind of looks to it.
#11 – The Queen-like Style
The queen-like style elements drop in when you carry the dupatta hanging low from the back and supporting the rest of it by your arms. Way to go.
Feel blissful with these heels for extra class and elegance.
#10 – Nargis Fakhri’s Dupatta Style
Nargis Fakhri’s style is surely like none another style of dupatta setting. What’s more good-looking than the dupatta hanging lightly on your shoulder and that’s it? Get this style for an absolute celebrity look.
#9 – The Pakistani Style
The Pakistani style will work more as a traditional and cultural look. Nevertheless, if you are a fan of culture, have your go.
#8 – The Impressive Way to Carry
This is an impressive way to carry your class around, with the dupatta attached to the edge of your arm and it gives off an expressive look.
#7 – TheOverflowingg Style
The colour combinations for this dress would look perfect at the sangeet or dholki event. For more amazing ideas, have a look at Dholki Outfits-20 Ideas What to Wear on Dholki/Sangeet Night
#6 – The Dupatta and Belt Style
#5 – The Hair-Dupatta Syncing
#4 – The Outcast Style
Don’t forget to find your mother a nice outfit for your wedding. For some amazing ideas, here are: 20 Best Sarees for the Mothers of The Bride this Year 2016
#3 – The Chivalric Style
#2 – The Modern Indian Setting
Yes, wear your dupatta exactly like a saree and bring an Indian vibrancy to it.
#1 – Alia Bhatt Style
As always, Alia on her verge of doing something out of the blue always no matter what it is. Draping dupatta on a bridal dress like none other.