The Classic Dupatta DrapeThis is one of the easiest ways to drape a dupatta. Tuck one end of dupatta at the right side of your waist then take the dupatta under your left arm and throw it on your right shoulder. Make nice pleats and securely place it with a safety pin.
A TWIST TO THE CLASSIC DRAPESimilar to the classic drape, tuck the dupatta at the right side of your waist and then take the remaining piece of cloth under your right arm and throw it over your right shoulder. In this case do not pleat your dupatta. If your dupatta has heavy embroidery or you want to draw attention towards the dupatta then leave it open. .
KEEP IT SIMPLEIf you cannot manage the above draping style does not worry there are plenty of ways you can drape your dupatta. Simply take a dupatta and place it over left shoulder and take another end to wrap around your right wrist. It is as simple as that.
Front V Style
This is one of the oldest ways to drape a dupatta. Tuck one end of dupatta at the back side of your waist in a U shape then place the remaining dupatta on any side of your shoulder and make a nice pleat.
Now take the end of the pleat and secure it over another shoulder with a safety pin creating a V shape in front.
Lazy DrapeIf you are still thinking that lehenga is not your cup of tea, then let us introduce another simplest way to drape a dupatta. There is no need of safety pin not even pleats. Place your dupatta on both of your shoulder and leave it open.
Lazy Drape with a TwistExactly same as the Lazt Drape. Place your dupatta on both of your shoulder in a V shape style. Leave the remaining open. Securely pin the dupatta on both of your shoulder.
Gujrati Style Drape
Have you ever notices how Gujrati women wear a saree like a pro? Let’s drape the dupatta in a Gujrati way!
Take one of the ends and tuck it left side of your waist, do not make a turn, place the other end of the dupatta on right shoulder facing front. Now make few pleats and cover your blouse with the dupatta diagonally. Secure it with a safety pin. Remember the length of the dupatta in front part should end right above your waist. We are done. This is one of the oldest and traditional ways to drape a dupatta. This style looks amazing as it has rich culture associated with it.