We always look forward to wear the best of our outfits to intimate weddings, and the time has come for those grand winter weddings of the season. Be it the D-Day of our cousins, siblings, best friends or our own, some efforts should really be put in to look the best.
The traditional ethnic wear has a few categories that you can wear to weddings- Sarees, Indian Suits, Anarkali Suits or Indian Lehengas.
But worry not, there are a range of stunning stylish outfits that you would not be able to ignore. Generally, Indian wedding dresses are made available with that years’ trending cuts and designs with a timeless aura of Indian traditional work. So, what designer Indian attires can we look forward to this wedding season?
Silk Sarees in stunning colours:
Indian silk sarees can never go out of fashion. So, what newness can we expect? The playful vibrant colours and the experiments with different handiworks.
A light green saree with a golden border with a stunning, contrasting pink blouse would look so gorgeous. And this is such a combination that women belonging to any age can carry it wonderfully.
Or, what about a stunning royal blue Kutch hand embroidered satin silk saree? Apart from the matching silk blouse, this saree has a heavy embroidered border, finishing with tassels. The mirror embellishments give it a distinctive look.
The new age Sarees for modern women:
As mentioned previously, even after keeping the traditional bit intact, every outfit calls for experiments and modern twists. Sarees too need that.
You can either go for a dark burgundy hued saree with detailing of ruffles and sequins, which acts as the final touch on the overall border of the saree. The matching sequin-studded velvet blouse just completes the look.
Or a designer net saree like this in ecru hue, that will help you achieve a minimalist muted look, a look absolutely different from the rest.
It’s about the cuts:
For Indian suits, the cuts create all the difference. You can choose one in your favorite colour and give it a try. Trust me, with appropriate accessories and makeup you would look stunning. The easiest thing that you can do is ditch the usual bottom wear, like a salwar or a churidar, and go for something trendier.
You can opt for a jacquard weave straight kurta in a bright shade that has an embellished round neck and has golden foil prints all over the kurta. This is paired with an intricately embroidered flared palazzo pants and a soft net tone-studded dupatta.
Or, maybe go for an off-white tussar silk straight cut suit designed with Resham and zari embroidery on cuffs, neck border, and yoke, accentuated by stone and other embellishments. This is paired with a matching pair of shantoon pants and a gorgeous net dupatta with floral embroidery. You should definitely get some attention if you get ready in this beautiful silk pantsuit.
For a winter wedding, a full-sleeved, stylish viscose jacquard weaved Indian suit would be a great choice. This comes with matching solid palazzo pants and an embroidered chinon dupatta.
Anarkali Suits with a twist:
Anarkali Suits look grand anyway, but we wouldn’t mind some experiments with it, isn’t it?
Style and trend will indeed be merged together in a mesmerizing Anarkali Suit in net, and zari embroidery. This embellished, jacket-style, front-slit Anarkali suit comes with a shantoon bottom with intricate embroidery at the hem and a matching chiffon dupatta with lacework.
You can also choose to go for an Anarkali with a lehenga. With a calf-length kurta with side slits embracing a zari embroidery and embellished design. This piece is completed with a shantoon lehenga with stonework and a net dupatta having gota lace border.
The favourite wedding dress, Lehengas:
To many women out there, Indian wedding dresses are just about wedding lehengas. Well. We don’t judge them, because if pieces like these are available then why won’t anyone want to own attires like these.
What about a stunning black silk, floral printed lehenga paired with a sequin studded off-shoulder choli, and a matching dupatta with sequin border? We will swoon over this piece any day, and will definitely fetch you compliments from everyone present at the occasion.
You can also choose to elevate your glamour quotient with a jacket-style lehenga choli set in peach. This outfit is made from net and has three-quarter sleeves, has a round neck and all-over embroidery.
Bride or not, do not pay heed to those telling you what all colours to wear and whatnot. Attending a wedding party is all about feeling good and looking good. Be it an Indian Lehengas, Sarees, or Indian Suits, you know how experimentative designers can be, to make us look good. So why not flaunt them?