Unconventional dupatta styles to own this wedding season

Give boring dupattas a stylish makeover this wedding season. From structured lines to flamboyant designs, couturiers Amit Aggarwal, Tarun Tahliani, Dolly J, Falguni Shane Mayur and Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna who showcased at FDCI India Couture Week 2022 are just the drape for you.

Indo-western drapes come in an array of colors and designs that leave you spoiled for choice. Be it Amit Aggarwal’s sculptural designs or Tarun Tahliani’s embroidery techniques, these curtains set the perfect mood board for the wedding season.

Amit Agarwal

Embrace unique patterns with pizzazz.

Known for creating sculptural garments, Amit Agarwal’s designs always aim to enhance the graceful body shape. And when it comes to curtains, the designer is known for his artistic approach to traditional silhouettes. Amit’s new clothing collection Pediss, features structured drapes in unique patterns. This one-way drape feels like a futuristic take on your traditional dupatta.

Falgini Shane Peacock

Feathered curtains will add some fun and drama to your overall look.
Feathered curtains will add some fun and drama to your overall look.

Embellished curtains accented with Falgini’s signature peacock feathers create a dramatic wedding look. The designer duo, who are known for their sharp statement style, are redefining the ethnic dupatta with feather embellishments and beaded drapes in their collection ‘Love Forever’. This style will be a sure hit with those who love to dance.

Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna

Shine and shine on your big day with the perfect drape.
Shine and shine on your big day with the perfect drape.

For Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, their latest collection was ‘Fibonacci, a demonstration of the duo’s dedication to the study of structure in art and architecture. It’s no wonder that every drape in the collection celebrated clean lines and distribution. Likewise, this tulle drape is enhanced with crystals and paired with a lehenga set that creates a sparkling look dedicated to an Indian sangeet function. The veil falls to one side of the ensemble and exudes royalty and grace.

Tarun Tahliani

Embroidered curtains are classic and timeless.
Embroidered curtains are classic and timeless.

Tarun Tahliani steps up his drape game with this champagne embroidered ensemble. Giving it a vintage look, the tulle dupatta complements the corset bodice featured with kundan, cut dana and 3D flowers. Adding drama to the overall look is the tooling placed over the bra. The drape adds a vintage look to this ensemble, which is part of Tarun Tahliani’s The Painterly Dream collection.

Dolly J

Free flowing curtains create a fun wedding look.
Free flowing curtains create a fun wedding look.

Carved in dramatic cascades, Dolly J’s Couture Collection Meraki veils are a must-have for every bride. Falling shoulder drapes are enhanced with sparkles and feathers. A perfect look for a cocktail function or reception, this look is fuss-free and flares out.

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