There are times when we love to wear ethnic clothes, especially during festivals and ceremonies. Colorful dupattas enhance the look of salwar suits, churidars and even fusion looks created with maxi skirts and jeans. If you like to mix and match, then it’s best to stock up on dupattas in different colors and prints. We have put together a list of some vibrant dupattas that could go with all your ethnic outfits.

This set of dupattas in solid colors is a must-have for your wardrobe. You never know which of these could come to a quick rescue when you are confused about styling your traditional attire.

From a varied range of black to white, this dupatta collection is the basic addition to your wardrobe. Don’t forget to accessorize your beautiful outfit with heavy metal jhumkas and a pair of jutis.

Dress up Punjabi-style by matching your stunning patialas with these golden border dupattas.

This dupatta collection comes in eight colors, allowing you lots of choices when it comes to matching with your outfits. These dupattas will look best with contrasting embroidered suits. Be it a casual get together or a wedding, your wardrobe has already been armed with these alluring dupattas.

Add some vibrancy to your life and wardrobe by wearing these colorful silk dupattas.

Multicolor silk dupattas are a favorite with almost everyone and these fancy dupattas will uplift the look of your outfits within seconds. You will be complaining a lot less about not having anything to wear with this charming collection.

Arm your dupatta collection with all the essential colors by investing in these plain cotton dupattas.

There are so many ways to wear a dupatta. No matter how you style it, it always makes you look good. Be spoilt for choice with these cotton dupattas that come in a set of seven colors.

If you are the kind of person who doesn’t like to step out without a dupatta, or at least a stole, then this collection is ideal for you.

These simple cotton dupattas come in colors that can be matched with almost any outfit. While they will go well with salwar suits and kurtas and leggings, we love wearing them with jeans or maxi skirts to create a fusion look.

Adwitiya Pandey

@aw_dwitiya An enthusiast sharing fashion tricks, easier to style and beautiful to show.

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