Hand-embroidered Madhubani Dupatta

Style One Dupatta In Five Brilliant Ways

Today styling an outfit has diversified. It is no longer restricted to wearing it in a particular fashion. Be it a saree, bottom, or kurta. People have started innovating different ways of sporting an outfit. Interesting isn't?

Similarly with a dupatta. Dupatta is no longer equal to carrying it on your shoulder, it is beyond that. It is a versatile piece of accessory, making it ideal to elevate your outfit. This refers to both traditional and western or fusion i.e. a blend of traditional and western.

We highly recommend you to invest in a multicolored dupatta, in a fabric of your choice. Georgette if you are looking for a flowy piece, Chanderi for a shiny touch while Cotton for a smooth finish. Owning a multicolored dupatta comes handy and can be matched with any of your outfits.

Here are 5 fresh, exciting, and interesting ways by Saumya Chaturvedi on how to style a Hand-Embroidered Madhubani Chanderi Dupatta. Before we head to the styling, which I'm confident you are eager to know more, let me tell you about this piece of beauty.


This Hand-Embroidered Madhubani Chanderi Dupatta, has floral designs embroidered on the entire fabric with wool and silk thread. It is hand-painted with a brilliant dull gold shine. It is bright, elegant, and stylish making it perfect for all types of occasions. 

Look 1

A white kurta and palazzo is an outfit loved by every woman. It is airy, comfortable and elegant. Pairing it with this lovely Madhubani dupatta can elevate your appearance. Complete it with a colorful set of earrings, and you are ready to go. This look is ideal for a small gathering or casual meet up with your loved ones.

Look 2

Style a lehenga set with this piece of beauty. Team it with a white long skirt, black top, and a pair of silver earrings. Leave the dupatta around the neck with a black belt on the waist. Wedding or a traditional occasion, this outfit is fresh, unique, stylish, and bewitching.


This Hand-embroidered Madhubani dupatta works its wonders even as a skirt. Wrap it around your waist, pin the open side, and sport a black blouse. It is simple to style, innovatory, and perfect to make your style statement.

Look 4

Drape the hand-embroidered dupatta in the style of a saree pallu. Add oodles of elegance by matching it with a long skirt, top and earrings.

Look 5

Recreate a Gujarati style saree with a modern touch with this dull gold Madhubani dupatta. Dress in a straight pant or jeans, top, and dupatta in a Gujarati style pallu. Grab eyeballs wherever you go with this unusual and new style.

So my pretty readers, what are you waiting for? It's time to pick up an outfit of your choice and innovate a fresh new look. Get Dressing! Get Styling!

Grab this beautiful Hand-Embroidered Madhubani Dupatta on https://phulari.com/collections/dupatta/products/copy-of-hand-embroidered-madhubani-chanderi-dupatta-floral-blue-border

Watch the styling video on https://youtu.be/KVodlZy3xgE

Contributor: Saumya Chaturvedi. (Check her Instagram handle out https://instagram.com/that_chaturvedi?igshid=1c0lnybma6ynx )



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