Bridal dupatta is generally worn as double dupatta’s, which means that there is a main dupatta which you take over the head and then there is a second one which can be worn casually to create volume on the lehnga set. This second dupatta can be taken or draped in many ways and here are a few ways to experiment with…..
Open Seedha palla– Seedha palla style where the dupatta is left open rather than following the traditional way of pleating and tucking at the shoulder is something the brides are experimenting a lot.
Side drape– You can also leave the dupatta tucked at one shoulder and let it freely flow on one side.
Border drape in saree style– Dupatta with heavy borders can be draped in this style. The border of the dupatta decides the thickness of the pleat for draping the dupatta in this style. One side is tucked at the back or on the side and the rest dupatta is pleated and worn just like a saree palla.
Front drape– Simply pleat the dupatta and pin it at one shoulder, now the rest of the dupatta can be pinned on the waist at the opposite side.
Seedha palla style– You can also chhose the conventional style and opt for a traditional seedha palla style drape.