Dupattas For Sale
As traditional clothing accessories worn by women, Dupattas have been an integral part of India’s fashion history. It is a long, rectangular piece of cloth that is draped over the shoulders or around the head and neck. Dupattas are commonly worn with traditional outfits such as salwar kameez, lehenga choli, and saree.
Dupattas come in various materials like silk, chiffon, georgette, cotton, and more. They are often embellished with embroidery, sequins, beads, or printed designs, adding to their aesthetic appeal. The colors and designs of dupattas can vary greatly, reflecting regional and cultural diversity.
Besides enhancing the overall look of an outfit, Dupattas serve multiple purposes. They can provide modesty by covering the chest and shoulders, offer protection from the sun or wind, or be used as a fashion statement. Dupattas can be draped in different styles, such as placing it over one shoulder, letting it hang loose, or wrapping it around the neck.In recent years, Dupattas have also become popular as a fashion accessory and are sometimes worn as stoles or scarves with Western outfits. They can add a touch of elegance, color, and cultural flair to any ensemble.
Peepul Tree brings you an exquisite range of Dupattas, which are handwoven by the local artisans from different parts of India and are sustainable and eco-friendly. Own a piece of India’s rich heritage and tradition today!
Dupattas For Sale: Peepul Tree offer you finest Indian Dupattas for Sale! Long, rectangular scarf-like garments worn by women in South Asia, these Dupattas For Sale are often paired with traditional Indian outfits such as salwar kameez or lehenga choli.
The Dupattas For Sale strike a wonderful balance between the beauty of tradition and the ability to adapt to the most modern renditions. The motifs used here are inspired by nature with each motif having its own significance.
Our Dupattas For Sale are iconic, simple, hand-woven, and sustainable. In order to promote these rare Dupattas For Sale, from different parts of India, we have made it possible for you to order online only on Peepul Tree. Order now!
Kalamkari Dupatta: Add a distinctive addition to your wardrobe, by owning a Kalamkari Dupatta only from Peepul Tree that are sustainable, and eco-friendly. Handcrafted by the artisans of the historic Deccan region, a Kalamkari Dupatta, is long, rectangular scarf-like garment that has been adorned with Kalamkari designs. These designs are created using natural dyes and a combination of hand-painting and block-printing techniques. The result is a beautiful and intricately patterned Kalamkari Dupatta that adds elegance and cultural charm to an outfit.
Kalamkari is a traditional Indian textile art form that involves hand-painting or block-printing intricate designs on fabric. Kalamkari designs typically depict scenes from mythology, nature, or cultural motifs. Dupatta, on the other hand, is a long, rectangular scarf-like garment worn by women in South Asia. It is often paired with traditional Indian outfits such as salwar kameez or lehenga choli.
The Kalamkari Dupatta is popular among women who appreciate traditional Indian art forms and prefer to wear unique and handcrafted pieces. They can be found in various colors, designs, and fabric materials, such as cotton or silk. A Kalamkari Dupatta is often sought after for special occasions like weddings, festivals, or cultural events, where traditional attire is preferred.
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Cotton Dupattas: Peepul Tree brings you a wide range of fine Cotton Dupattas. Popular for being an traditional Indian accessory worn by women, these Cotton Dupattas are long, rectangular pieces of fabric that are typically draped over the shoulders or around the neck, complementing the attire worn underneath.
The Cotton Dupattas are made from cotton fabric, which is breathable and comfortable, making it ideal for warm weather. They come in a variety of colors, prints, and designs, ranging from simple and plain to intricately embroidered or embellished. Cotton Dupattas are lightweight and versatile, often used to add a touch of elegance and style to ethnic outfits such as salwar kameez, lehengas, or sarees.
In addition to being a fashion accessory, Cotton Dupattas also serve practical purposes. They can provide coverage, modesty, and protection from the sun when draped over the head or shoulders.
Designer Dupatta: Now add a tinge of style to your fashion with an Indian Designer Dupatta only from Peepul Tree. Sustainable, eco-friendly and intricately handcrafted by the Indian artisans; these words form worthy adjectives to describe a Designer Dupatta. A Designer Dupatta can be styled in different ways, such as hanging loose, pleating, or wrapping around the neck, allowing for various looks and personal preferences. The Designer Dupatta is popular among women who prefer breathable and comfortable fabrics while embracing traditional attire. It is widely available in Indian clothing stores, both in India and internationally, and are an essential part of many women's ethnic wardrobes. If you're interested in purchasing an authentic Designer Dupatta, buy only on Peepul Tree today!
1. What are the care instructions while washing a Dupatta?
Hand wash separately in cold water, using mild detergent. This product is handwoven by our artisans and may have slight irregularities. Naturally dyed fabrics may bleed. The distinctive feature of the Dupattas brought by Peepul Tree is the involvement of hand processes at every stage in the making. There may be tinting on skin and/or lighter shade garment being paired together due to the dyeing processes used. The excess dye gets washed out in the first 2-3 washes.
2. How old the Dupatta has been in India?
As far as its history is concerned, the earliest evidence of Dupatta is traced to the Indus Valley civilization (3300-1300 BCE). Among the discoveries was the sculpture of a priest-king whose left shoulder is covered with some shawl-like scarf, thus suggesting the use of Dupatta. In Sanskrit Literature, Dupatta is believed to have evolved from the ancient Uttariya (shoulder-veil).
3. As India has multiple varieties of cloths and traditional dresses, from which regions and what types of Dupattas does Peepul Tree offer?
Peepul Tree offers Dupattas from the weaving styles of Ajrakh and Tangaliya (Kutch-Gujarat), Ikat (Rajasthan), Telia Rumal and Kalamkari (Telangana-Andhra Pradesh), Maheshwari (Madhya Pradesh), Kotpad (Odisha), Jamdani (West Bengal), Lambani (Karnataka), Bandhani Banarasi (Uttar Pradesh), and Paper Mache (Kashmir Valley).