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Indian Bridal Outfit Trends – Stunning Second Dupatta styles of 2020 to make your Bridal Lehenga Pop!

It’s such a dilemma to be that perfect traditional bride and STILL stand out from the tribe. She wants her bridal lehenga to be unique and her look on fleek! So begins the hunt to find the perfect bridal look, and to help you so we’ve got a trending hack that’s off the hook! One of our favourite Indian bridal outfit trends – we’ve got all the latest second dupatta styles rocked by our real bride friends. Totally a style that’s here to stay, these fresh dupatta designs are a definite way to help your bridal lehenga slay.

Here’s our list of top 8 trending second dupatta ideas we’ve seen : 

Confused about how to be on point with the lehenaga trends? Here’s some trending second dupatta styles that’ll stand out for miles.

1. Leheriya

These pretty Sabyasachi brides in pretty pink and yellow lehenga with those stunning leheriya dupatta, made quite a buzz on Instagram. Why don’t you give a twist to your bridal attire by adding a second leheriya dupatta to it? It’s trending like crazy and a new favourite for every bride to be.

2. Bandhani

Isha ambani with mom Nita mabnai wearing a bandhej wedding dupatta

Take a cue from Isha Ambani who wore mom Nita Ambani’s wedding saree as her second bandhej dupatta! Here are some more awesome real brides flaunting this trend:

We’ve recently spotted so many brides who draped a Bandhani dupatta for their wedding attire. And have to say its a look that’s to every bride’s desire! And its not just a Gandhiji in red, so many swoon worthy colours we’re seeing instead!

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(C) Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Remember that Sabyasachi bride in pretty green lehenga with that Bhandhini Dupatta, that’s some major inspiration for the brides to be! Doesn’t she looks like Royalty?

3. The Aari Tari Dupatta

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(C) Liat Aharoni on s kasal

We absolutely love this bride’s red Sabyasachi lehenga with pretty dupatta! That Aari Tari work on dupatta is so simple yet so regal, Her second tissue duppata too is a refreshing change from the net ones!

4. Velvet

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(C) The Wedding Story

Since the winters are approaching, be a smart bride and drape a Velevt dupatta with your lehenga, it will not only make you look Royal but save you from the chills! This means you don’t have to buy a matching shawl. Now that’s some smart styling!

Psst – Head here to see our fav dupatta draping styles for the season!

5. Benarasi

Benarasi was always our fav. and its recently been in vogue like how (Thanks to Anushka Sharma!) consider this for your wedding look right now!

6. Printed Dupattas

We are absolutely loving how brides are using floral dupattas for their wedding attire! If yours is a day wedding – a floral printed day dupatta is a must, in this style you can totally trust!

If you’re not into flowers, opt for bold colours to give an edge to your traditional outfit, it’ll be a total hit!

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(C) Nomi Ansari

7. As a Veil

We recently spotted Soha Ali Khan walking for designer Pallavi Goyal, and what got our attention is how she wore two dupattas with that pretty Pastel lehnga! Isn’t it a superb idea to wear your second dupatta as a long veil with some floral veil clips or ever a tiara in your hairs. We’re totally swooning over this one!

8.  Phoolon Ka Dupatta

This one is our personal favorite! We really recommend using a floral dupatta just like Kareena did in Veere Di Wedding, for your bridal attire. You can try different flowers may be jasmine buds or roses, whichever complements the best to your wedding dress.

These are our top picks for a second dupatta, tell us your favorites in the comments below.



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