Winter is coming and so is the “Shaadi” Season! Indian marriages are not just weddings but they are more like a big, huge, grand festival. Full of positive energy all around. But with this, comes the worry for all the girls, about what should they wear to the wedding? Need not worry, we are here to break some simple rules to look the best at the wedding you attend, next. Keep reading to know how you can ‘be the best looking bridesmaid this shaadi season’!
Well, “less-is-the-new-more” is what everybody’s been swearing upon. If you feel you don’t want to go all-out for a wedding or any of its functions. Then please, don’t do it. Even the leading ladies of the Indian Cinema, are following the same rule. Although, each individual has its own sense of style, but our tips are only going to make you have a clear mind, about what you should be doing, correctly.
We have picked a few outfits for you to wear on the occasions like, a roka, an engagement, a mehndi night, wedding or maybe a reception.
What to wear to a Roka or an Engagement?
Wide palazzo pants with an embroidered crop top will give you a convenient yet an edgy look. You can also do some mix-n-match with the accessories, by adding a chunni and draping it like a sari.
Wear something like this to a Pooja!
Well, here’s a thing about anarkali kurtis, that they look good on every one in the room. Also when attending a pooja, one must take their comfort into all the consideration. Thus, making this outfit to be a perfect selection for the occasion.
Make way for the Mehndi outfit!
Are you someone, who loves to experiment with their outfits? Well, then things like Shararas and Ghararas, are just the right choice for you. But before you choose anyone of these, you must know the difference between them. Sharara is an extremely wide palazzo pant worn with a straight kurti whereas ghararas are pyjamas with dividers and are fitted from the waist till the knee, and the rest of it is as flairy as a lehenga. Hence, understand the difference and choose accordingly.
How can we miss out on the Haldi outfit.
In case you want to go simple with the look, you can replace the studded crop with a simple cami top or bandeau with a long shrug, over you ghararas or a dhoti pant. Feel free, comfortable and enjoy that chic look.
Wear this to the Sangeet and rock the night!
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If you have a thing for going a little extra, then replace the long jacket with a light material, chunni and flaunt your deep back blouse. Do not forget to accessorise it with jewellery. Since “less-is-the-new-more”, you can either pair this outfit with heavy ear-rings or with a studded maang-tika and a soft-curled bun.
Outfit for the big Wedding night!
Go desi and follow the custom of wearing a lehenga on the main wedding night. Select what suits you best, a fish tale, or an A-line, flared or panelled, double flare or the one with a trail. Identify your likes and dislikes and select your dream outfit.
Let’s get you ready for the Reception!
Go glamorous! Wear a sari and make it your own. Experiment with the pattern of the sari or the blouse and give it that touch of your own. You can either wear a frilled or sari or a pant-based sari. According to what matters to you the most. Your own style or the trending trend?
Well below are some of the add ons to the outfit list.
Wear anything and everything, but remember to make it your own. Do not lose yourself while trying on to some new styles. Always remember that your style defines YOU! Thus sticking around to your own self will only make you leave a mark on others, for longer.
Experiment as much as you want. Wear palazzos, shararas, ghararas, dhoti pants, saris, lehengas and what not. Try everything! Follow these styles, or re-invent some new ones, also discover many more yourself.
Be the bridesmaid of your dreams, this shaadi season!
Share this with all your girls and let us know which outfit will describe you perfectly, in the comment section below.
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