The Indian Wedding Season is just around the corner and you must have started receiving a lots of wedding invites. The first thing that you think of, after seeing a wedding card is what will I wear? First you look at your wardrobe and then think, naah!! Everyone have seen all these outfits and you can’t repeat the same outfits for the upcoming weddings. You might also feel that this time why not try something different apart from the regular anarkalis and lehenga choli. Well, to help you out in this confusing situation, here we bring to you some amazing wedding dressing ideas:
1. Dhoti Pants
Salute to our amazing Indian Fashion Designers who created this coolest style from the traditional Indian Dhotis. You can wear a dhoti pant with a shirt, kurta or an ethnic top and accessorize with lots of fashion jewellery and high heels.
2. Crop Tops
Already high in fashion, these crop tops can act as a multipurpose outfit. You can pair them with a saree as contemporary blouse, or you can wear them with high waisted skirts or lehenga (not like a regular one). You can set off new fashion trends at weddings with these lovely crop tops.
Well again ethnic jackets are something that can jazz up any outfit. You can team them up either with Patiala suits, sarees, dhoti pants, palazzo, long skirt etc. The ethnic jackets could be of any size like till waist, till knees or long till the bottom.
You can keep the Indian Wear sprit on while wearing the ethnic skirts to the wedding. This will make you stand out of the crowd and make you the center of attraction at the wedding. You can team it up with a corset, jacket or kurta.
Even if you are wearing a boring outfit, the glittering capes can make that attire come alive. Also these days cape fashion is trending like anything. You can pair capes with a lehenga, skirt, saree, palazzos, salwar, dhoti pants etc and set a unique style statement.
6. Indo Western Gowns
These are not like normal western gowns, the work and the Indian embroidery done on them makes it different. You can find embroidery like of Zari, resham, cut work and that’s what makes it different from a western gown. You can carry this style to the wedding and yes don’t forget to wear your ethnic earrings along. It’s your wish whether you want to carry a dupatta along or not.