A dupatta is conventionally worn from corner to corner both shoulders Though, the dupatta can also exist worn out like a shawl around the intact chest. The fabric for the dupatta varies according to the suit: cotton, Georgette, silk, chiffon, and more.
There are a variety of modes of trying a dupatta. When not draped over the head in the traditional way, it is typically worn with the middle portion of the dupatta resting on the trunk like a festoon with both ends unnerved over each respective shoulder. When the dupatta is worn along with the salwar-kameez it is in an informal way permissible to flow down the front and back.
The key use of a dupatta is to cover up the head and/or any involuntary cleavage and the curve of the bosom. However, the use of the dupatta has undergone a transmutation over time. In current fashions, the dupatta is recurrently draped over one shoulder, and even over immediately the arms.
According to the trend of culture there are different styles of wearing the ‘Salwar Kameez’ in the East.
Salwar Kameez is the anciant dress of the world as well as simple,after that with tha passage of time a sudden change came in dressing,e.g Pant Coat, Pant Shirts,Skirts, etc.