Beige and gold dupatta
Everything about this beige and gold dupatta is festive. The shimmering borders, the texture and fall of the fabric and the simple yet elegant colours are all in tandem with the festivities. Pair this with a bright coloured kurta or wear it like a stole, it will surely brighten you up.
Purple and pink camaraderie
The combination of silk and khari is as festive as it gets. This deep purple dupatta with pink borders looks extremely stylish. Pair it with a kurta of the same colour or team it with a contrasting shade for a fabulous festive look.
The glamourous red
Festivities are all about bright colours and bold prints. That’s exactly what this dupatta will give you. A deep red dupatta made of chanderi silk with gold block print that looks stunning. Team it with an all black or white salwar suit and it’ll immediately up your glam quotient.
Subtle in sky blue
The combination of sky blue and sea green makes for a great one that can turn out to be quite a stunner, just like this dupatta. If you want to sport an unconventional colour pick this one and wear it with an all white salwar suit or pallazos. We also love the tassels on the ends that adds to its ethnicity.
Pretty in pink
An eye catchy colour like pink cannot be avoided during the festive season so if you plan to don pink, pick this polyester dupatta with flower foil print motifs and a fancy border that will glam up your look.
Tones of red
Red in all it shades looks festive. So here’s something to match your sober outfit. This beige and red shaded malmal crushed dupatta can be worn with a beige or black outfit. The tassels on the borders add a fun element. Team it with chunky jewellery and cool kolhapuris to complete the festive look.
Turquoise is a rich colour that is fit for the festivities. This khari bhaal dupatta with maheshwari print is an elegant pick. Sport this dupatta with a cream, white of black salwar suit and get ready to win compliments.
If you’ve got a fascination with block prints just like us, this pastel pink cotton polyblend dupatta will win your hearts. It’s soft texture and fall is sure to make it a favourite. Pair it with a churidar kurta or pallazo pants and minimal accessories to be Diwali ready.