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10 Kinds Of Indian Dupatta That Need To Be In Your Wardrobe


Let's celebrate Ethnicity and have a look at a piece of clothing without which lehengas and salwar suits are imperfect! 

Brides look incomplete if they do not have this on their heads. 

Yes, you guessed it right, if you are an Indian you know Indian Dupatta holds a very special place in your heart. 

Dupatta was first seen with a kurta, ghagra choli & salwar Kameez on the sculpture of the King of Harappa from the Indus Valley Civilization.

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Indian Dupatta is made in different lengths and widths and comes in innumerable materials like silk, cotton, chiffon, georgette, organza, tissue, crepe, etc. It has different prints, patterns, and embellishments as well.         

Due to modernization dupatta is now merely an accessory to stylize your outfit even further, however, this was not always the case, in rural India. In some cultures and traditions, it was mandatory to wear a dupatta.

But gone are the days where a dupatta is a necessity for any modern woman, it is more of a style statement, it is worn around both the arms or pleated and draped over one shoulder or it can also be simply put across the body.

Let Karma Place help you look for your next favorite dupatta from our wide collection and find your unique style by draping it abstractly.

  • Tussar Silk Block Printed Stole

The elegance and beauty of silk cant be compared. A dupatta of any kind of silk, be it Raw, Banarasi, Kanjeevaram, or Tussar Silk is classic, will never go out of style, and will enhance your overall outfit.

This wonderful handwoven and printed stole is soft to touch and will give you the ethnic look you want along with the much-needed modern twist.

In case you are hoping for a fancier look, wear this stole with self embroidered chikankari kurta and you will be all set for your Artsy function. 

 Wear some chunky oxidized necklace and earrings with this look.

Hand block Print Stoles

 Style Tip: This stole is so beautiful that you should wear a most basic kurta and palazzo in beige or cream color. After all, you want the attention to be on your stole right?
  • Faux Georgette Dupatta

Heavily embroidered dupattas with a heavier border look dope! Gone are the days where dupattas mean a simple piece of fabric with a minimalistic border.

 Nowadays borders are much heavier and minimalistic dupattas are out.

 The fancy embroidered dupatta enhances the overall look of the outfit.

 If you haven’t already picked such dupatta and have those in your wardrobe I highly suggest do it as soon as possible! Faux Georgette Dupatta


 Style Tip: Wear a nice and simple pastel kurta maybe lilac or sunshine yellow with white pajama and this embroidered dupatta.   

Add on some chunky silver jewelry to finish this casual summer look.  

  • Organza Indian Dupatta

How many of us remember taking a dupatta out of our mom’s closet and dancing around the house with it when we were kids?

Well, we sure did this and I know some of us still do that!!

Well, it’s not bad to embrace your inner child from time to time!

This brown organza Indian Dupatta is going to remind you of your childhood. Even though this dupatta is simple without much embroidery or sequin work on it, the fabric still has its sheer charm and can be a lot of fun to wear. 

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 Style Tip: You can go monochromatic as well with this dupatta and team it with a matching palazzo and kurta.

Although In case you want a different style you could also wear a contrasting colored kurta like an earthy green with brown straight pants and the brown dupatta.

  • Art silk stole

We talk about must-have dupattas in your wardrobe and do not mention bandhani and lehariya dupattas? 

Naaa – not possible!

Bandhani mainly originates from Rajasthan. Parts of fabrics are tied with a thread or a rubber band and then dipped in colorful dies. These threads are later removed and you can see a beautiful tie and dye effect on fabrics.

This tie and dye technique is also known as bandhej. This tie and dye technique is done on a variety of fabrics like chiffon georgette silk etc.

This beautiful stole in shades of pink and orange with a gold gota Patti border is a stunning piece!

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 Style Tip: This colorful stole can be styled with any of your white or cream kurtas or even western tops to add that color pop to your outfit!
  •  Eri Silk Block Printed Stole

Eri silk is obtained in a non – violent way. This fabric is also called the fabric of peace as it is processed without killing any kind of silkworms. 

This fabric is woolly and will give you warmth on a chilly winter evening. This fabric is used in the preparation of shawls as well. 

This hand-block printed stole is a must-have in your wardrobe if you are a fan of unique hand-printed apparel. 

eri silk stole

 Style Tip: You can wear this with any linen or silk kurta with neutral tones and let the focus be on this beautiful hand-printed stole. You can also wear this stole as is with any of your Indian or western outfits on a chilly western evening.
  •  Linen Handloom Dupatta 

Linen is a natural fabric and is made from a plant called flax. Linen is one of the strongest and most absorbent natural fabrics.

It can absorb up to 20% of its weight. It is a much stronger fabric than cotton and can initially be hard to touch but can become much softer on multiple uses.

The handwoven linen dupatta is another addition to our handloom collection. This piece has a beautiful gold zari border and is hand-dyed as well.  

Linen digital print Dupatta


 Style Tip: Linen works well with other natural fabrics. Wear a straight cotton or linen kurta and straight pants with this stunning dupatta.

You can opt for contrasting pink kurta and pink straight pants to have a nice color blocking of pink and yellow. 

  • Khadi Handloom Dupatta

Who does not know about Khadi fabric?

Khadi which is also known as khaddar is a natural hand-woven fabric that originated during the Mahatma Gandhi time. 

This handwoven Khadi Indian dupatta cum stole is a perfect essential for your wardrobe this season.

The colorful yarn used in this stole and the patterns these yarns have created make this stole look ultra-trendy.

Do not wait to order this piece as it is one of a kind and made by the finest artisans. 


 Style Tips: Use this stole to wear as a scarf over your western outfits  
  • Viscose Stole and Scarf

A lot of us like wearing stoles and scarves with our western outfits and overcoats. Well, it protects us from the cold winter breeze and looks, pretty stylish.

This scarf in black and grey with a natural woven design and chevron geometric designs look a stunner. Moreover, it is made of pure viscose rayon and is extremely soft to touch.

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 Style Tip: Style this scarf around your neck with your overcoats. 
  • Art Silk Dupatta 

The beautifully printed dupattas in yellow and brown have floral and leaf motifs with a gold border. This art silk dupatta is a stunning piece and can be teamed with contrasting and color block kurtas.

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 Style Tip: Style this dupatta with deep marron or a navy blue kurta churidar set. You can also opt for monochromes and wear a yellow and brown art silk kurta. 
  • Poly Georgette Dupatta 

This zebra-printed lightweight dupatta looks dapper. It has a frill on all 4 sides which enhances the overall look.

Georgette designer Dupattas

 Style Tip: Team this frilly georgette dupatta with a kurta or wear it as a stole. It is surely going make your outfit more appealing. 

Each fabric, each dupatta, each stole have their own story to narrate. Let elegance quickly enter your wardrobe as you shop for one of the Best Indian Dupattas and stole collections from Karma Place and done these hand-crafted beauties with poise and pride every time you step out of your house.  

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