Net Dupattas For Women
Dupattas which are also known as Chunari is a shawl-like scarf and is part of many essential women clothing like a Suit, Salwar kameez or Ghagra which are usually matched with the garment from the Indian subcontinent. The dupatta is most commonly used as part of the women's suits since ages and salwar kameez costume and worn over the kameez or the Ghagra but is originally part of the Ghagra Choli outfit from the history. The dupatta has been a symbol of modesty as a part of the dress from the Indian subcontinent as its main purpose is elegance and modesty.
Net has been one of the most sensual fabrics available and used in the fashion industry. It is used widely to create Indian ethnic attires like the dupatta. Net fabric is usually used to create dupatta as a part of the garment or is used as layers over a sturdier fabric. It owes its popularity to the mystical and magical aura that it generates when worn.
Net dupatta is used mostly by women as they needed something more and more unique into their garment collection and belongings as it was a refrain from repeating garments.
Lace embroidered at the edges of a net dupatta gives it a perfect royal look to wear over a ghagra or a heavy dress.
You can choose for a Bobbinet net dupatta as this style of dupatta is made with the help of hexagonal mesh which enables the net to be very thin and transparent and is mostly used in bridal wear and traditional ethnic wear to add more fullness to the garment.
Another type is Tulle net dupattas which are also a hexagonal mesh, it is specially made from yarns of silk or nylon. This style of net tends to be stiffer than Bobbinet, still as thin and transparent. Like Bobbinet, it is used to create an illusion of fullness, elegance and beauty, especially for bridal attire.
Dupattas made up of net is chosen as net is a fabric that is lauded globally. It is used to make a variety of both, Indian and western garments.
This fabric is one of the most popular ones found in the market. In certain subcultures, net clothes are donned without an underlining to highlight the sheer look.
In terms of ethnic fashion, this net fabric is used as extensively abroad as it is in India to treat a plethora of garments such as net dupattas with net salwar kameez, net dupattas in Anarkali suits and many more.
Depending on the garment, net dupattas can be worn in a variety of different ways. When wearing a net dupatta, the diaphanous pallu is usually the highlight of the ghagra. It can be paired with light jewelry that does not take away from the gauzy look of the garment and high heeled shoes and light makeup. The ensemble is usually received gorgeously well at both, formal and informal occasions.
Net dupattas undoubtedly add a lot more to your dress and look that's why they are preferred over other fabrics. Also, net dupattas are paired with daily Kurta and leggings for an elegant and generous look with metal earrings.
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