The word dupatta, originally from Sanskrit is a combination of du- (meaning ‘double’ or ‘twined’) and patta (meaning ‘strip of cloth’), scarf usually doubled over the head.
Wearing traditional clothes is also a way to express fashion. One has to have the confidence to carry it with panache. We strongly believe traditional wear never goes out of fashion.
Dupatta is a versatile accessory with an enchanting charm. It looks great on a simple salwar kameez.
A dupatta is a major ethnic accessory carried by almost every woman and girl wearing a traditional outfit.
Like saree, dupattas also have different names as per the weaving pattern, state of origion, material used and occasion of use. Few names are like Sambalpuri dupatta, Ikkat dupatta , Pattachitra, Tribal, Banarasi dupatta , Pashmina dupatta, Phulkari, Chanderi, Zardosi, Kalamkari, Georgette, Net, Chiffon, Madhubani,Kantha, Embroidery, fancy and so on.
Handcrafted handloom dupatta is always appealing to women. Dupattas are used for daily wear, office wear, evening get together and wedding ceremonies, it is a part of clothing for all the time. A dupatta can make a difference to an entire outfit, and lend the right look as per demands of the occasion.
When we started our collection, we selected a dupatta as
our first product. During exhibitions, we feel excited when people start putting on the dupatta in our stall, which in turn fetch lot more visitors to our counter, just to know more about the unique dupatta.
A handloom dupatta in Odisha takes nearly 4-6 days to be woven in the loom. Mostly dupattas are 2.4 meters in length and 0.8 meter in width. Mostly wives and daughters of the weaver’s family are engaged in dupatta weaving.
Ikat refers to the tie and dye technique in handloom, used to create the designs on the fabric.
Single Ikat and double ikat dupattas are one of the best types of handloom handmade dupattas and are adorned by handloom lovers all the time. It elevates the look of any outfit.
Both cotton dupatta and silk Sambalpuri ikat dupattas are all time favourites for working women looking at the comfort, ease to carry, mix match option, elegance and style.
We, at Crafts Collection try to give each of our pieces a contemporary style which is made with love and passion by skilled weavers and artisans.
In our hand-painted collection we are trying to integrate the ancient art of Odisha, keeping in mind contemporary trends, style and elegance, with the expectation that it will find a place in the modern woman’s wardrobe.
Hand-paintedPattachitra motifs and tribal motifs on handloom fabric is a unique feature in our collection. Handloom with hand painted motifs give each piece a unique look.
Dupattas with ancient art motifs hand-painted and handcrafted with love by the skilled artisans are nothing but a piece of heritage and culture. Brand Crafts Collection believes in the tag line ‘where fashion meets art’.
The entire process of creating a product is a thrilling experience. We will try to show a small video, for the viewers to have some knowledge and experience about the handmade nature of the product.
A video, showing the making of a hand-painted dupatta.
If you want to buy dupattas you can try Crafts Collection. It is an online shop or crafts collection for all type dupattas and stole.
So you can buy Dupatta Online