Tips to make a style statement at your wedding

To avoid confusion, one needs to be extremely clear-headed about what one wants to buy as it might lead to a situation where there is too much of the same thing.

By Author   |   Published: 10th Nov 2017   10:02 pm
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Every girl grows up dreaming about her wedding day — be it the grand decor, mouth-watering food, flawless makeup or lavish venues — but the most important of all is to choose the perfect bridal trousseau.

To avoid confusion, one needs to be extremely clear-headed about what one wants to buy as it might lead to a situation where there is too much of the same thing.

While saris will remain one of the essential attire for any bridal trousseau, the contemporary bride is open to adding ready to wear ensembles in her wardrobe. Here are some tips from bridal experts:

Evergreen Anarkalis

From ace fashion designers to Bollywood beauties, everyone swears by Anarkalis for any ethnic occasion. Heavy or light-weight Anarkalis available in different lengths, designs, varied colour palette is making them an ideal option for any outing.

Pashtuni pants

Mix and match of attires can create extremely stylish looks for any occasion and one doesn’t need to even bother about the repetitions. One can opt for trendy Pashtuni pants inspired from the nomadic tribes of Kashmir lending a traditional yet contemporary look.

Nizami shararas

Experimenting with bottom wear has become the most popular fashion trend in today’s time. Reminiscing the styles of the royal Nizams of Hyderabad, flowy bottom wears like Nizami shararas are making a comeback.

Shararas available in different prints, designs on rich silhouettes like brocades, chanderis and banarasis are adding dimension to the regular outfits. Team it up with statement rings and bracelets to accentuate the look.

Layering the regular salwar kameez dupatta

Adding layers to the regular outfits can create an enigmatic expression of one’s personal style. A regular salwar kameez can be made glamorous while pairing them with trendy or heavily embellished jackets. One can also pair a lighter dupatta with a heavy embroidered kameez and vice-versa.