Style 1: If ethnic is your style, opt for one of these much-in-trend kalamkari dupattas. The best bit: you can wear them to almost anywhere.
Style 2: A tie and dye dupatta is ethnic chic at its best. The best bit: You can wear them with your traditional salwar kameez as well as use them as an accessory for your Indo-Western outfit.
Style 3: Make a kora silk dupatta your best friend if it is a luncheon with friends, and you are in the mood to go Indian. Kora silk dupattas in vibrant hues go brilliantly with single coloured cotton/ silk kurtas.
Style 4: It’s a must to include chanderi dupattas to your wardrobe if you like to keep it glam chic. Include them in a range of hues… from oranges, reds to neutrals.
Style 5: A printed silk dupatta is perfect for those days you are planning to wear Indian to work.
Style 6: A Bandhni dupatta will never go out of style, the best bit being that you can wear it to almost anywhere.
Style 7: If you want to keep it dressy, look no further than a Benarasi dupatta. Classy and gorgeous, these are your best bet for those times you want to dress up.
Style 10: An Embroidered Georgette Dupatta is your perfect pick to wear with your Anarkali.