Planning an Indian wedding can be hectic and overwhelming. But also fun, because you get to choose the most gorgeous dresses for all the different wedding celebrations. We ladies start planning our outfits and accessories months before, we nearly spend as much time as would-be brides do looking for their outfits. We know that all eyes are going to be on what the bride wears but it shouldn’t mean bridesmaids go unnoticed. Well ladies, if you too have been looking for some inspiration as a bridesmaid this wedding season, then you are at the right place! From lehenga’s to gowns – from heavy to low-key – there’s something here for every bridesmaid!
Crop tops that double up as blouses, and maxi skirts that are used as lehengas – multi-tasking fashion is officially here.
Gowns have been an international trend, and just like capes took on an Indian avatar seamlessly, Gowns too have been adapted to fit Indian silhouettes with a traditional flair.
Finally, here is something for those who want to think out-of-box for their ‘mehendi’ or ‘sangeet’ ceremony. Yes, Palazzo Pants is absolutely the thing you should watch out for this wedding season. Team it up with a highly embellished crop top or a simple blouse. You’ll look amazingly chic yet, somehow, classic.
Now, this is one trend that has been taking center stage in this year’s brides maid fashion. Need to crack the ‘concept’ of the ‘concept saree’? Well, it is an edgy contemporary version that has been reinvented by focusing on the younger generation. These pre-stitched as well as pre-draped sarees can be worn effortlessly just like gowns without compromising with the sophistication. Style reloaded, what say?
While extravagantly embellished lehenga choli and saree have always been considered as ideal dress for weddings, Anarkali can be considered as perfect choice for bridesmaids .The traditional Anarkali Suits embellished with heavy and fine embroidery on the choli is something women can’t resist. This is something that stays common in every woman born till the date.
Never let the cold outside stop you from becoming the head turner. Wear an either long or short ethnic jacket with your lehengas. You may skip dupatta, if you’re wearing a jacket.
Have a kurta you love, but sick of pairing it with the cliché churidars and salwars? Experiment with palazzos and shararas, as we move on from slim-fit to wider pant-leg silhouettes. Starting from the joint, the bottoms get a flare or an umbrella look which adds to the beauty of the outfit.
Lehengas can be both flashy and low-key – they can be bright or light pastel shades – they can be traditional or modern – but they don’t have to be boring! You can also go for a fusion look by opting for a western style in raw silk.