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Plain Solid Dupattas

Embrace Elegance With A Dupatta - From iTokri 

Worn initially to show modesty, and now dupatta is a popular accessory with many different clothes, such as salwar kameezes, Kurtis, and ghagras. Today, the traditional outfit can even be paired with western wear to meld eastern and western styles. 

Draping Techniques For Dupattas

Dupattas are incredibly versatile pieces of clothing. You can wear it in various ways, with various garments, in a variety of different styles. In addition, there are numerous patterns, colours, and designs on the dupatta, making it a work of art.

The traditional wear of a dupatta involves wearing it over both shoulders and around the head. You can also wear the dupatta as a cape across your entire upper body. A dupatta's material varies following the suit. Wearing a dupatta can be done in a variety of ways. In traditional styles, dupattas are worn over the head, but the middle portion is frequently modelled as a garland on the chest, with the ends thrown over either shoulder. A casual way of wearing a dupatta with a shalwar-kameez is to let it go down the front and back. According to modern fashion trends, dupattas are often draped over one shoulder and may even be draped entirely over the arms. The latest trend is the short dupatta. It is more of a scarf, worn with Indo-Western clothing or with a Kurti. There are different collections likeTie-dye dupatta,Kantha work dupatta,Phulkari work dupatta, and many more. Kurthi with tie-dye dupattas and theshoulder bag will be perfect for outings.

History of Handloom 

India's history is interwoven with the handloom. Several ancient textiles were discovered in Mohenjo-Daro ruins, Indian handloom fragments were found in Egypt, and references were found in the Vedas to the weaving styles. In the centuries that followed, handlooms passed their skills down from generation to generation, thriving today. The vast majority of handwoven fabrics in the world are produced in India. The Indians began revolting against colonial practices. The boycott of foreign cloth started on August 7th, 1905, when a meeting was convened in Bengal. The Swadeshi Movement was born as a result. In the years to come, handloom fabrics became the preferred attire, and the nation’s flag features the classic charkha as a symbol of resistance. Swadeshi's emergence was a significant event in India's handloom history. The Indian government established National Handloom Day on August 7th in 2015, to give official recognition to this industry. 

Handloom Silk Dupattas Online at iTokri

Silk dupattas have a classic feel and can add a royal touch to an outfit. You can wear them over dressy and straightforward outfits alike. The fabric is breathable so that it can be used all year round. Handloom silk dupattas are made with fine, soft, and aesthetically pleasing materials by ethnic weaving techniques. With our gorgeous collection of silk handloom dupattas, your ethnic silhouette will have a touch of charismatic splendour and ethnic charm.

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