Whether you call it Dupatta, Chunni, Chunari, Odhani or the more modern ‘scarf’, a Dupatta is every Desi girl’s first favorite accessory as a kid from her mother’s wardrobe. As she grows, so does her love for these elegant, flowy Dupattas that have the power to change any look or outfit in an instant.
Ethnic wear connoisseurs know the importance of having some gorgeous, colorful Dupattas in their wardrobes, especially if they are pure Banarasi Dupattas. Luxurious, opulent, and effortlessly stylish, a pure Banarasi Dupatta can be the perfect accessory whether you’re dressing for a wedding, a special occasion, or just looking to brighten up an ordinary day.
Let’s discover a few Padmashali pure Banarasi Dupattas that will become your favorites in no time. What’s even better? You can now shop them online on our website – Padmashali.co along with other latest saree collections of pure Banarasi silk sarees, Cotton Linen sarees, and more.
Scarlet, crimson, vermillion, or beyond—whichever the shade of red, is quintessentially traditional bridal but it’s just as fit for any special occasion. A modern way of dressing it would be to pair it with a Banarasi new saree design but there’s also room to experiment as you pair a silk Kurti with Banarasi Dupatta or even a Chanderi suit with Banarasi Dupatta.
While violet or purple is very modern colours for traditional wear like Banarasi, it exuberates lush antique richness that can lift any look, whether it’s a plain suit with Banarasi Dupatta or you’re up for adding vintage-like grandeur to a saree-look. Throw it over your plain silk lehengas, and it’ll have you decked up in no time.
Rani pink or magenta is something we just can’t have enough of. A pure Banarasi Dupatta in this versatile colour can add just the right amount of brightness to any ethnic style. Wear it with a black flowy dress, with a yellow, orange, contrasting light pink, or even an orange latest saree design, or go for a Banarasi Dupatta with suit look.
A plush green Banarasi silk Dupatta, or in tissue or organza, completed with a Zari can be styled as a pin-up cape or kimono over a plain suit with Banarasi Dupatta adding lustre to a simple outfit. Go ahead and experiment with as many draping styles you like while you pair it with a saree, dress, lehenga, or suit—the colour is perfect for routine or occasion wear.
Pastel or bright shades of orange are the sunshine colors for any wardrobe. Feel like you need a little colour in your wardrobe? Get yourself a pure Banarasi Dupatta made in silk, tissue, or organza. Great for daytime functions, it’ll have you standing out if you sport it to an evening function. It’s super easy to pair any jewellery with it too!
If you have enjoyed this colorful palette of shades, keep an eye out for more Banarasi Dupattas on Padmashali – The Weaving Saga.