Dupatta - A Versatile Garment
Dupatta' is an Indian dress; it's a long bit of material (the length will be commonly six to nine feet) and is normally worn over the articles of clothing like 'salwar-kameez' and 'ghagra-choli'.According to the standard practice, it is worn crossways, from one shoulder to the next, or as a neckerchief, or as sarongs. In addition to the customary usage, 'dupattas' can likewise be used for various purposes; you can use the material for varied occasions, depending on your precise requirement.
A Dupatta is not just a beautiful piece of clothing, it’s also prominent and essential to the cultural landscape of India. Have you ever noticed, what is making your daily ethnic looks with saree, lehenga, salwar suit or Kurti so alluring? It's your plain and sometimes designer dupattas that inject the magic spell. The dupatta doubles as a valuable accessory. It can uplift your boring outfit and turn it into something fit for a glam queen.
There are many different types of dupatta's among them some are as follows
Pataka Phulwari Dupatta
A phulkari a rural embroidered dupatta is the very definition of colourful vibrancy! Translating into flower (phul) – craft (kari), this unique embroidery technique has its origins in the Punjab region. Earlier, Phulkari was usually made of a thick cotton fabric known as Khaddar, but with time Phulkari is widely been achieved on various types of light and flowy fabrics like Chiffon and lighter Cotton, keeping its grace and originality intact.
Indispensable Kalamkari Dupatta
Artisans paint stories on a plain fabric canvas, dip the pen in natural dyes, draw designs, dapple it with some hand blocks and fill colours to achieve the final output.
Acknowledging the fact that, all work of artisanal craftsmanship comes with some irregularities. Pair these dupattas with Long skirts, bright solid kurtas, palazzos pants, A-line dresses and more.
Kitschy, crafty and bold, this is a south Indian technique of vegetable pigment dyeing that is organic and eco-friendly! Historically, Kalamkari was known as ‘Pattachitra’, literally translating into ‘Cloth-pictures’.
Chanderi Dupatta The Heritage
Chanderi dupattas range from semi-sheer to soft-opaque varieties and this silk-cotton blended fabric feels like an utter luxury.
Go for one that is blingy and embellished or one that has a traditional Kantha or zari embroidery on it – there are so many ways to wear a Chanderi dupatta!
Soft, supple and like butter on the skin, this organic fabric is multi-purpose and lush!
Beautiful and vibrant ethnic Dupattas are a must-have for every woman in their wardrobe completing their collection.
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