01/6Try these new dupatta designs to add some glam to your old outfits

Try these new dupatta designs to add some glam to your old outfits

We all have a ton of boring plain old dupattas that we get when we buy a set of salwar suits. While they look perfect in the beginning, they eventually start to fade away and that pretty much destroys the whole look of your salwar suit set. So, if you're wondering how you could glam up your attires, we suggest you invest in some trendy dupattas to team with your suits. Not only will they spruce up your attires and make them look super chic but you'll also have a ton of mixing and matching options. Now, if that isn't great we don't know what is. So, take a look and see what works best for you.




Kalamkari prints are exquisite because they feature an Indian and Persian background. They can either be block printed or hand printed and they have quite the gorgeous designs. What’s best is that they team exceptionally well with Indian outfits. So, team these with something plain like a white kurta and you’ll have a rather chic attire on your hands.




Tassels add a super fun element to any boring outfit which is why a dupatta featuring colourful tassels will work great for you. Find a dupatta with contrasting tassels and then you'll be able to team it with just about any outfit. Team it with a lehenga or a kurta palazzo set.




Yes, we know you're thinking that net is so last year but trust us if you're looking for something simple to carry then net dupattas are the best option for you. So, if you've got a super heavy lehenga or suit to team something with then opt for a chic and light net dupatta.




If tassels aren't enough for you and you're looking for something even quirkier then pom-poms are sure to come to your rescue. They look really trendy and they can glam up any attire you team them up with. Just pick a dupatta with pom-poms at the border and see how it spruces up your attire.




Yet another way to turn a boring old outfit into something rather grand is by teaming it with a sequined dupatta. So, say you've got a rather plain kurta suit that you need to don, team it with a colourful sequined dupatta to help balance your look.