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Every Indian Dupatta lover knows that each and every color creates a unique look. And nothing shouts glamour like a Multicolor Dupattas . An amalgamation of all the bright and vibrant hues, a multicolor Dupatta has been loved and adored by women all over the world for their glamorous appeal.

Available online in eye-catching designs and lovely patterns, multi colour Dupatta can make the perfect addition to your ethnic wear wardrobe this season. With our designer multicolor Dupatta, you can show off your personal style at any event. Style your gorgeous multicolor Dupatta with a white Kurti and Patiala to create a glamorous look at minimal price.


All About Multicolor Dupatta at Meesho

Tracing its roots back to the Indus Valley Civilization, the dupatta has been a trusty companion of traditional Indian attire. In fact, it is so ingrained in our traditions that Indian women spontaneously switch styles and wear them as Ghoonghat, donning a pious aura before entering any sacred place or temple. It may be a simple rectangular cloth, but that's just what's needed to complete the look of any Suit, Salwar, Lehenga, or Gharara. From keeping you warm on cold nights to protecting you from the sun on the sultry afternoons, a multicolor dupatta is a versatile piece of cloth.

Dupattas can be made of several materials – georgette, chiffon, poly cot/cotton, silk, khadi, or jute. It is best to pair your dupatta based on the salwar’s material. Multicolor dupatta price can significantly vary based on the material. However, chiffon, cotton, and silk dupattas are a versatile choice, as they can be paired with cotton, khadi, and chiffon suits to give vastly different looks for different occasions. Meesho offers multicolor dupattas online in all materials to help you elevate the look of your favorite suits.

There are several ways you can style your dupatta – wear it over one shoulder, both shoulders, neatly pleated, or draped over your head. Without a doubt, the multicolor dupatta is the most versatile, as it can be paired with so many outfits to create stunning new looks with just a simple change! 

Meesho's Most Popular Multicolor Dupatta Designs

Meesho has several patterns of multicolor dupatta online. Among the thousands available, here we choose the topmost gorgeous patterns that you can pick from us at bargain prices.

Solid multicolor dupatta set: For general use, especially for college-goers on a budget, Meesho offers sets of multicolor dupattas that you can pair with an all-black, all-white, or matching leggings to help you get multiple looks with just one purchase!

Bandhani pattern: Perhaps the most iconic look of 90s Bollywood is a bandhani multicolor dupatta design paired with an all-white salwar kameez; add a backdrop of the green fields of India, and you've got the perfect set! India's tie-dye design with a twist, bandhani, has been with us since 4000 BC! 

This evergreen design looks gorgeous even if you let your hair down in a messy style! Don't forget to add a classic set of Jhumkas and Juttis to complete the outfit. Experiment with a Patiala bottom if you're feeling a bit risque. Of course, bandhani dupattas are the top choice for a Rajasthani Chaniya Choli.

Colour block pattern multicolor dupatta design: A step away from tradition, color block pattern multicolor dupatta takes the fun of the classic Bandhani, white suit set, and alters it to suit the urban-chic trend. At Meesho, you can get a color block pattern dupatta in horizontal stripes, vertical stripes, or as a checkered pattern; all are a great choice. This pattern is especially good if you want to style your white suit with leggings that match any one color from the color block prints. You can also carry the modish all-black suit look with a color block multicolor dupatta design and a pair of studded moccasins to get a killer look for casual outings.

Kalamkari dupatta: Colour block and bandhani are an excellent choice for all-white suits. But what about khadi or other neutral colored plain suits like navy blue, deep maroon, or beige? For these suits, a great choice is the dual-tone kalamkari print multicolor dupatta. Kalamkari is a well-known hand-block printing technique from the town of Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh. The print consists of flowers, leaves, and vines that are quite compact, almost like the henna design. The base cotton color is usually a very neutral beige, allowing you to style this for succinct everyday wear.

Batik dupatta: Another multicolor dupatta print for everyday occasions, Batik print uses bold geometric or floral patterns all over. The print commonly consists of jagged lines cutting across the patterns that add a very distinct look to your suit. Batik print is available in all colors of the rainbow, meaning, you don't have to be restricted to wearing neutral-colored suits like the options above.

Printed dupatta: Printed dupatta is best suited for occasional office wear that adds a touch of contemporary style to your ensemble. Printed dupattas come in a variety of looks. Some even carry depictions of famous scenes from Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharath. Other printed patterns can include nature-inspired artworks.

Dobby cotton dupatta: Usually consisting of striped multicolor dupatta patterns, the dobby cotton style is very common in South India and is especially worn on the days of the week when temple visit is mandatory.

Embroidered dupatta: Among dupattas for special occasions, the embroidered multicolor dupattas hold maximum value. You can get embroidered multicolor dupattas in a variety of base colors to match your suit or lehenga. The safest option and most gorgeous option is to go with a Lucknowi Chikankari embroidery. It's a simple white embroidery elevated by the intricate patterning that looks oh-so-special on weddings and sangeets. For a modern twist, embroidered dupattas with butterfly embossings have become a very trendy option today. Embroidery work can come in a variety of traditional and modern patterns, and we suggest Meesho's vast collection to get the exact color and pattern of your choice. Embroidery work dupattas are best picked up in chiffon or georgette materials.

Banarasi: Banarasi dupatta is almost exclusively available as a combination with gold or silver Zari work. You can get very grand multicolor dupattas in Banarasi design.

Stone and sequence work: If you want a designer look for your silk or georgette dupatta, go with stone and sequence work on your dupatta. It can make for a royal look and elevate your suit significantly. 

Special Silk Multicolor Dupatta Design

Silk embroidered multicolor dupatta is the way to go if you want it for a very important occasion, like for a wedding reception attire. Take a look at these top silk patterns to see which one will fit your special day best!

Bumper Multicolor Dupatta Price Only at Meesho
At Meesho, we make multicolor dupattas for all occasions and styles that are available at your fingertips. Pick any color or pattern that you like, and be sure to avail our exclusive discounts and offers! Our comprehensive dupatta collection is the ideal choice to bring versatile looks to your traditional collection!

All About Multicolor Dupatta at Meesho

Tracing its roots back to the Indus Valley Civilization, the dupatta has been a trusty companion of traditional Indian attire. In fact, it is so ingrained in our traditions that Indian women spontaneously switch styles and wear them as Ghoonghat, donning a pious aura before entering any sacred place or temple. It may be a simple rectangular cloth, but that's just what's needed to complete the look of any Suit, Salwar, Lehenga, or Gharara. From keeping you warm on cold nights to protecting you from the sun on the sultry afternoons, a multicolor dupatta is a versatile piece of cloth.

Dupattas can be made of several materials – georgette, chiffon, poly cot/cotton, silk, khadi, or jute. It is best to pair your dupatta based on the salwar’s material. Multicolor dupatta price can significantly vary based on the material. However, chiffon, cotton, and silk dupattas are a versatile choice, as they can be paired with cotton, khadi, and chiffon suits to give vastly different looks for different occasions. Meesho offers multicolor dupattas online in all materials to help you elevate the look of your favorite suits.

There are several ways you can style your dupatta – wear it over one shoulder, both shoulders, neatly pleated, or draped over your head. Without a doubt, the multicolor dupatta is the most versatile, as it can be paired with so many outfits to create stunning new looks with just a simple change! 

Meesho's Most Popular Multicolor Dupatta Designs

Meesho has several patterns of multicolor dupatta online. Among the thousands available, here we choose the topmost gorgeous patterns that you can pick from us at bargain prices.

Solid multicolor dupatta set: For general use, especially for college-goers on a budget, Meesho offers sets of multicolor dupattas that you can pair with an all-black, all-white, or matching leggings to help you get multiple looks with just one purchase!

Bandhani pattern: Perhaps the most iconic look of 90s Bollywood is a bandhani multicolor dupatta design paired with an all-white salwar kameez; add a backdrop of the green fields of India, and you've got the perfect set! India's tie-dye design with a twist, bandhani, has been with us since 4000 BC! 

This evergreen design looks gorgeous even if you let your hair down in a messy style! Don't forget to add a classic set of Jhumkas and Juttis to complete the outfit. Experiment with a Patiala bottom if you're feeling a bit risque. Of course, bandhani dupattas are the top choice for a Rajasthani Chaniya Choli.

Colour block pattern multicolor dupatta design: A step away from tradition, color block pattern multicolor dupatta takes the fun of the classic Bandhani, white suit set, and alters it to suit the urban-chic trend. At Meesho, you can get a color block pattern dupatta in horizontal stripes, vertical stripes, or as a checkered pattern; all are a great choice. This pattern is especially good if you want to style your white suit with leggings that match any one color from the color block prints. You can also carry the modish all-black suit look with a color block multicolor dupatta design and a pair of studded moccasins to get a killer look for casual outings.

Kalamkari dupatta: Colour block and bandhani are an excellent choice for all-white suits. But what about khadi or other neutral colored plain suits like navy blue, deep maroon, or beige? For these suits, a great choice is the dual-tone kalamkari print multicolor dupatta. Kalamkari is a well-known hand-block printing technique from the town of Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh. The print consists of flowers, leaves, and vines that are quite compact, almost like the henna design. The base cotton color is usually a very neutral beige, allowing you to style this for succinct everyday wear.

Batik dupatta: Another multicolor dupatta print for everyday occasions, Batik print uses bold geometric or floral patterns all over. The print commonly consists of jagged lines cutting across the patterns that add a very distinct look to your suit. Batik print is available in all colors of the rainbow, meaning, you don't have to be restricted to wearing neutral-colored suits like the options above.

Printed dupatta: Printed dupatta is best suited for occasional office wear that adds a touch of contemporary style to your ensemble. Printed dupattas come in a variety of looks. Some even carry depictions of famous scenes from Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharath. Other printed patterns can include nature-inspired artworks.

Dobby cotton dupatta: Usually consisting of striped multicolor dupatta patterns, the dobby cotton style is very common in South India and is especially worn on the days of the week when temple visit is mandatory.

Embroidered dupatta: Among dupattas for special occasions, the embroidered multicolor dupattas hold maximum value. You can get embroidered multicolor dupattas in a variety of base colors to match your suit or lehenga. The safest option and most gorgeous option is to go with a Lucknowi Chikankari embroidery. It's a simple white embroidery elevated by the intricate patterning that looks oh-so-special on weddings and sangeets. For a modern twist, embroidered dupattas with butterfly embossings have become a very trendy option today. Embroidery work can come in a variety of traditional and modern patterns, and we suggest Meesho's vast collection to get the exact color and pattern of your choice. Embroidery work dupattas are best picked up in chiffon or georgette materials.

Banarasi: Banarasi dupatta is almost exclusively available as a combination with gold or silver Zari work. You can get very grand multicolor dupattas in Banarasi design.

Stone and sequence work: If you want a designer look for your silk or georgette dupatta, go with stone and sequence work on your dupatta. It can make for a royal look and elevate your suit significantly. 

Special Silk Multicolor Dupatta Design

Silk embroidered multicolor dupatta is the way to go if you want it for a very important occasion, like for a wedding reception attire. Take a look at these top silk patterns to see which one will fit your special day best!

Bumper Multicolor Dupatta Price Only at Meesho


At Meesho, we make multicolor dupattas for all occasions and styles that are available at your fingertips. Pick any color or pattern that you like, and be sure to avail our exclusive discounts and offers! Our comprehensive dupatta collection is the ideal choice to bring versatile looks to your traditional collection!

What is the starting price for Multicolor Dupattas?

The typical starting price for Multicolor Dupattas is Rs. 159. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 342 Multicolor Dupattas on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Multicolor Dupattas?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Multicolor Dupattas: Velvet Dupatta, दुपट्टा, Kalamkari Dupatta, Dupattas, Rajasthani Dupatta,

How can I buy Multicolor Dupattas online?

You can browse over 342 options for Multicolor Dupattas online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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