There are many types of silk Dupatta that one can have in different fabric styles, from yarn to fabric styles. The most common types are Banarasi Silk Dupattas, Ikat Patola Dupattas, Chanderi Silk Dupatta, and Artistic Silk Dupatta for a budget range. Silk dupatta trends today are most popularly used in dresses, kurta or salwar and lehenga suits.
Silk dupatta for lehenga or salwar kameez is no different, but there are many styles that can be used to wear or cover them with a different look. So here we will see how to design a silk dupatta on Lehenga choli and also on Salwar Kameez or Kurta for an outfit look.
Types of Silk Dupatta
There is a number of dupattas in silk available in different ranges of price segment to styles.
Banarasi Silk Dupata
Available in real silk yarn and pure silk zari fabric, it is found in different fabric patterns from jaal to figure motifs.
Patola Silk Dupatta
Traditional patterns with patola weaving motifs and ikat pattern are exaggerated and perfect for bright dupattas with their beautiful weaving patterns in animal figures, birds, geometric lines, leheriya and the traditional motif of patola designs .
Kanjeevaram Silk Dupatta:
The pure kanchipuram fabric and they are in simple silk dupatta and wide and heavy zari belt on the edges of the pallu and side edges. They may have motifs scattered all over the place or just the heavy golden border on the temple, coin, zigzag and others.
Chanderi Silk Dupattas:
The weaving pattern from floral to traditional motif designs on chanderi silk dupattas. Light and easy to wear dupatta in silk variety, some can be embroidered with scattered motifs.
Printed Silk Dupatta:
Prints like tie and dye, batik and marble effect dupattas on silk are a very peculiar style on trend these days. A perfect time to wear these dupattas for a festival style.
Embroidered Silk Dupattas:
Some silk dupattas can be embroidered with zari or thread work as motifs and designs. Like bird motifs, quirky thread embroidery and other styles.
Silk dupatta styles for Salwar Kameez
There are many ways to wear a dupatta, but due to the threads of the silk dupatta, there are limited ways to style it. The above dupatta styles for lehengas and salwar kameez can still be used backwards.