February 26, 2024Republic Entertainment Desk

Chiffon- Banarsi, Types Of Dupatta To Style Your Ethnic Wear

Chiffon is a lightweight fabric symbolises elegance and luxury. It drapes well and has a shimmery and sheer appearance. Under a magnifying glass, chiffon resembles fine net or mesh.

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Banarasi silk fabric is a fine quality silk variant originating from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Originally designed for royalty, Banarasi fabric was designed with pure gold and silver threads.

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Believed to have originated in the ancient regions of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in India. Known to be a healing fabric, as the colors, motifs and the narration of magical forms to create an aura.

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The textured kota dupatta features tassels on the shorter sides, sleek contrasting borders and a subtle chequered pattern on the body.

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Phulkari has an embroidery technique from Punjab region literally means flower work. Simple and sparsely embroidered odini (head scarfs), dupatta and shawls, which is made for everyday use.

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Pashmina is known as the finest craftsmanship in the world which transforms the exceptionally warm and delicate. Cashmere threads are excellent to opulent accessories.

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This net dupatta has a very simple lining or border that runs across the entire fabric, and the inner material which is made of a beautiful mesh with a floral/ leafy.

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