Looking for a new way to dress up your ethnic outfit this festive season? Well, a dupatta is all you need. This interesting piece can step up your style game in no time. From a puja to your next party, an embroidered dupatta should definitely make its way into your wardrobe. Available in different lengths, fabrics and designs, the dupatta is more like an accessory to add the perfect amount of elegance to an otherwise casual look. Here are a few dupattas you need to check out now:

Utsa by Westside Pink Dupatta

Made from a semi-sheer silk fabric, this pink dupatta from Utsa can be paired with a yellow or beige coloured kurta and leggings for an elegant festive look. It features a subtle checkered print and tassels on the hem. Like this article? Also read: Festive Outfits For Your Kids This Diwali

Zudio Wine Stole

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With gold fibre infused borders, this wine stole from Zudio can be paired with a blue kurta and ethnic pants. You can up the ante with a pair of gold statement earrings and your favourite ethnic heels.

Okhai Blue Naturally Dyed Silk Stole

This blue stole dupatta from Okhai is crafted from naturally dyed silk. It can be paired with your favourite white kurti. Complete your look with a few bangles, a sling bag and a pair of Kolhapuri sandals.

Zuba by Westside Sequinned Dupatta

This charcoal coloured dupatta from Zuba is crafted from lightweight semi sheer fabric. It also features an intricate sequin design. You can wear it as a scarf with a tunic or pair it with palazzo pants and t-strap sandals. Like this article? Also read: Qurator: Kaneez Surka’s Perfect Diwali Celebrations

Utsa by Westside Navy Dupatta

This navy dupatta made from ultra lightweight fabric features a checkered pattern. It can be paired with a bright coloured solid kurta and a pair of embroidered palazzo pants. To dress up your outfit, team it with a set of bangles and an elegant hairdo.

Utsa by Westside Lime Green Dupatta

Bright and festive, this lime green dupatta from Utsa is perfect for the season. It's versatile and can be paired with a solid or printed kurta. Dress it with a pair of jhumkas and your favourite wedges.

Okhai Blue Naturally Dyed Silk Stole

This tie dyed patterned dupatta is perfect to pair with your classic white kurta and pants. Made from natural dye, you'll love this one. Step into a pair of metallic flats for the perfect festive outfit. Like this article? Also read: All the Tips You’ll Need to Take Better Diwali Pictures Image Courtesy: Shutterstock.com