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Brides Who Wore a Second Dupatta and Carried It Like a Pro

Feb 14, 2019

Classy and traditional with a dash of royalty!

A bride’s dupatta is always a big deal. You ask why? It’s more than a head piece. It’s more of a symbol of innocence, and shyness of a girl, who is leaving everything she knew in life, for the sake of starting a new life with her new husband. That kind of vulnerability and purity might not be the style of the modern, confident brides who know their place in the world (thank God!), But still, for the day of the wedding, we like a blushing bride.

Presently, the brides are using a second dupatta, in addition to the one that comes with the outfit. Some make the second dupatta in a veil, some use it to add some contrasting color to their outfit, some brides even wear the second dupatta that’s same as the first, but has a different pattern. We have loved them all, and today we will show you some of the best looks we have spotted on brides, rocking the second dupatta like they mean business. These dupattas are coming in all sorts of fabric stuff like bandhani, net, chiffon, etc. There are many draping styles that you can use to drape a dupatta around you, while maintaining a serene posture. Celebs like Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, and Isha Ambani draped on the double dupattas as well. Many prominent Pakistani, and Indian Bridal Designers are coming up with new ways to use second dupattas with bridal outfits and the results are a feast of color and patterns.

Do you plan to wear a second dupatta on your big day? You will have to talk to your stylist about securing it correctly so it would not restrict movement.

Brides Who Wore a Second Dupatta and Carried It Like a Pro
Brides Who Wore a Second Dupatta and Carried It Like a Pro
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