Dupatta for Women

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Designer Dupatta by BIBA

BIBA is a well-known ethnic brand who presents a wide collection of Indian traditional wear. Its collection holds a fabulous range of women salwar kameez, women kurtis, and tops for women. It also owns a versatile collection of bottom wear and an amazing range of dupattas to style with the set of kurtas and bottom.

Basically the dupattas BIBA offer to its women customer belongs to certain collections. Every dupatta has a proper set in the respective collection. One dupatta from one collection can be combined with multiple kurta-pants sets.

Beautiful Cotton Dupattas

The Brand owns a gorgeous range of cotton dupattas for women in eye-pleasing colors and beautifully printed borders.  The range consists dupattas in dual tone, striped dupatta, dupatta with a crinkled body, dupattas with fringes and dupatta with floral ends. Apart from dupattas, the brand also offers a fashionable collection of stoles. So, those who are not the big fans of dupatta can spruce up there look with printed stoles.

Crisp Chiffon Dupattas

BIBA has the finest range of chiffon dupattas to add comfort to your fashionable look and this dupatta can be paired with kalidar suits or with women kurtas to accentuate the ordinary look to something really impressive. You can also mix a new chiffon dupatta with your favorite old chiffon salwar kameez to rescue it from going out of use. It will not only save your favorite but will make you a trendsetter. 

Styling of Dupattas

Ladies dupattas are the Indian form of stoles. They have the ability to spruce up your look in an instant, not only that but they also add a feminine appeal to your look. This makes the styling of dupatta very important and that depends on which piece of your outfit you want to highlight. 

If you are wearing kurta- pants set both having heavy embroidery then just give a half wrap to dupatta on your neck and let it hang there. If your suit-set is plain and dupatta has beautiful detailing then lay your dupatta across the shoulder and let it fall freely. If you have a dupatta having broad borders then you can give it a deep V-neck drape, pinned on both shoulders and let the ends fall at the back. You can give a side loop styling to your dupatta if you are wearing it with a lehenga set. There are many more styling ideas which you adapt to flaunt dupatta which can add uniqueness to your look.