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Dainty Organza Dupatta Designs to Pair With Bridal Outfits

Sheer and delicate, an organza dupatta is exactly what the new age brides want for their traditional as well as non-traditional designs of lehengas, shararas, and even suits.

Anushree Reddy

The charm of dupatta in a bridal outfit is not peripheral. From completing the look of the outfit to complementing its style and balancing its design, a dupatta has too many roles to play. However, it does lose its charm sometimes when brides go for an all-in-all heavy outfit with a dupatta that just hides it all. So, the solution to all these crucial bridal problems is picking the right dupatta.

While there can be too many options for that too, organza dupatta is what we’re currently crushing on. They do not just look gorgeous on any and every kind of outfit, but their designs vary from heavy to light without losing the charm of its fabric too. So here are some of our favourite organza dupatta designs that every new age bride must scroll through.

The Shaded Beauty

Amrita Thakur

Let’s start the list with a design that is currently trending and makes almost any outfit look good. The shaded organza dupatta is a blessing in the times of monotone outfits as brides can now add a dash of colour to their look. The embroidered details and the glittering borders only add to the look of a stunning organza dupatta.

Cape-Like Dupatta

Disha Patil

Gone are the times when brides needed a dupatta that they could pin around to move freely. Today, the organza dupatta comes in different styles and designs and one of the most popular one out of them all is the cape style dupatta. With an armhole that makes it look like a cape, the flowy organza dupatta with embroidered details looks gorgeous on an easy-breezy indo-western dress for brides.

The Power of Prints

Image Courtesy: Sabyasachi

Next on our list of gorgeous organza dupattas is this floral printed beauty that might look too simple for a bride but actually adds a lot of impact to the look as a whole. A pretty printed organza dupatta with a simple embroidered border on a solid lehenga with heavy work is a combination new age brides are sure to dig.

A Ruffled Wonder

Gaurav Gupta

While most brides opting for a more western look at their wedding function don’t consider an organza dupatta to be the perfect addition, we tend to disagree. The new age brides must check this ruffled twisted organza wonder out that does not just make the outfit look complete but also adds the WOW factor to it.

A Scalloped Organza Dupatta

Image Courtesy: Kresha Bajaj

With brides making bolder choices with caged bustiers and fully-embellished lehengas that have crystals, sequins, as well as glass beading all over, it is important for their organza dupatta to balance the lookout with its simplicity. The scalloped dupatta with a lace border is just what millennial outfits like these need.

Thread Embroidery at its Best

Arpita Mehta

While there is a lot that you can do with your organza dupatta to make any outfit work, the charm of thread work is most often irreplaceable by anything else. So brides that do not want their organza dupatta to be just addition that balances the lookout, must choose a heavily embroidered design using thread work that does not just look rich but also makes for the focus point of the outfit.

Delicate Ruffled Borders

Image Courtesy: Ridhi Mehra

While the new-age brides can never have enough of ruffles, here’s an organza dupatta that does not overdo the concept in any way but still makes for an attractive choice. The plain organza dupatta with delicate ruffle borders is a stylish choice for the millennial brides that are picking up a fully embellished lehenga and do not want their dupatta to take the focus away from it.

A Cutdana Work Dupatta

Kalki Fashion

Every organza dupatta has a unique charm of its own. However, a classic Cutdana dupatta with a scalloped border is what makes for the most traditional addition to any lehenga. So, for brides that love a delicate organza dupatta but can’t give up on the intricate Cutdana design as well, this is a win-win combo that’ll catch all the attention on your big day.

Dainty Borders with Pearls and Gota Patti

Urvii Mantreh

Last but not the least on our list is an organza dupatta that is sure to work with almost any kind of outfit or lehenga. For brides that love dainty borders must have a look at this dark coloured beauty with intricate pearl and Gotta Patti details around the border that are so minute and yet so impactful that it completes the look of the outfit.

While organza dupattas can make any and every look work, every new age bride wants her design to be one of a kind and special. For brides that are super confused to make a choice must decide on the kind of lehenga, sharara or suit they wish to wear and the decision of picking an organza dupatta will become much simpler for them.

Amongst all these beautiful designs, which one are you most excited to try with your wedding day outfit?