Hello! Lovely Brides!
There has been a lot of discussion about what you should do pre or post your wedding ceremonies from your makeup to the wedding planning to catering and what not. These little things definitely hold an important place in your wedding list, but what is also most important is to choose the perfect wedding attire. Jewellery may be an heirloom, but your wedding outfit should be high on the trend. Well, to be honest, what matters most is wearing what you think that you can carry flawlessly, something that comes in your budget and what you think your dream outfit should look like.
There are many trends that are set in, from floral to pastels, from bold colours to light embroideries. Choose the perfect-one 2 months prior to your wedding, so that your designer can happily manage the alterations and your wedding attire does not turn out to be a haphazard.
Wamika Sunda, a wedding expert from Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers has adorned some pretty bridal outfits to help you a little more in selecting the perfect outfit for your D-Day. An Indian wedding generally has two to three occasions attached to it, so girls, it is not just for one day that you have to go through all the selection and trial process but it’s a month long procedure. Here are my advice girls; this season is about pastel and fluorescent colours.
Go for vibrant colours like lemon, hot pink, light pink, pastel blue, fluorescent green. They will look just fantabulous and make you stand out. If it is a night wedding, you can go for dark colours, winter weddings shout for velvet blouses and lehangas but if you don’t want it, you can even go for silks.
These days what else is in trend is light embroidery sprinkled all over your lehenga and paired up with a comparatively lighter blouse. Preferably you can go for two dupattas as it looks more elegant and to be true it is much more convenient.
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