Wedding wear ideas this season

Wedding wear ideas this season

Dressing up for a wedding could be quite a task. You want to look good but run out of ideas of what to wear. Aren’t the regular lehengas, sarees and anarkalis getting boring? We give you ideas this season, to stand out in your wedding wear.

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Our first choice is this embroidered and netted flowy gown. Gowns can break the traditional wear into something different, as well as ethnic with hints of embroidery or zari work. It’s beautiful yet elegant. Do give it a try this season!

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Next, up we have the traditional lehenga choli but simply minimalistic in terms of sequins and embroidery. Always remember, less is more. It gives you the balance as well as the sophistication and class compared to heavy work.


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Third on our list are simple prints and pastel colours. Prints are catching up not just in casual wear but more so in the traditional party zone and when attending a wedding it’s something not many attempt. Prints in simple pastel colours can make quite the mark.

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A simple stand out colour like fuschia in a lehenga choli or a gown with off shoulders is an attempt without fail. The colour and the sleeve style just gives you the extra detail and mind you, this is budget shopping with style!

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Right from celebs to common crowd the dhoti style saree or dress is catching up. It’s not what many attempt, but cummon, compared to anarkalis and chiffon sarees, please pick up the dhoti style.

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Crepes are easy to carry and a universal size dressing. It’s effortless fashion and come what size you may, crepes are are for you.

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Velvets are royal and even a hint of it in your dressing, goes a long way. Either in your sleeves or choli or your lehenga or just the border of your saree, is enough to create that fashion statement you want to.

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This is one of our personal favourite. Wear a long slit kurta and a quiry bottom. Enough to achieve your fashion goals the next time you attend a wedding.


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Make no mistake, a Kanjivaram tops it all. Just wrap the damn beauty around you and you’re good to go!

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