Here are some Wedding day outfits ideas that you can try on your special day
Band Baja Baraat! Yes it is the time when most people hear their wedding bells. Amidst the loud music, traditions, mouth-watering food, grand venues, decoration there is one thing that stands out and that is a ‘wedding trousseau’. So here we have come up with some trendy yet ethnic wedding day outfit ideas that you can wear to rock your special day.
The bride is the only beautiful thing that people wait for and stuck their eyes to once she’s ready. Wedding is indeed a special and precious moment for any woman. She wishes to look ‘the best’ on this particular day and therefore her excitement and curiosity touches the sky, days before her wedding.
A wedding trousseau is that exceptional clothing wear that is always dear to any woman’s heart. The modern day brides are experimenting with the bridal wear so all the brides to be here are few amazing wedding trousseau that you could opt for on your special day.
In Delhi, Nai Sarak is one of the best places where you could get variety of options from heavy embroidered readymade ‘Lehengas’ to stone studded ‘Sarees’, the place is quite popular for the wedding clothes besides Kamla Nagar and Karol Bagh.
When it comes to wedding couture, Lehenga comes first in the mind. Unlike the older times, where the brides could only be seen in red, the modern day brides are so open to experiment some different colors. The Sabyasachi world offers such dynamic designs that any bride would crave for. Where some woman prefers to wear heavy embroidered Lehengas, some go for the motif and printed work that are light to carry.
In fact gowns are also opted by many brides. How beautiful does this gown from Sabyasachi looks that is heavily embroidered from top to toe.
All girls are grown up watching their favorite actress wearing the best outfits. The actresses getting married and we wished to look like them in our real lives. We all know how beautiful the bong girl Bipasha looked on her wedding in the heavily embroidered red Lehenga and Asin in the nude light embroidered lehenga looks no less. So you can also take wedding day outfits ideas from them.
In most Muslim weddings, people go for ‘Gharara’ that they consider their traditional wear for the weddings. A Gharara is a loose fitted trouser which is divided into two sections with pleats below the knee and is paired with short kurti and dupatta. A Gharara looks exceptionally beautiful on brides embracing the older culture.
Similar to this is ‘A Sharara’. Well, we can call these two outfits as sisters as they look almost same the only difference being that a Gharara is divided into sections whereas in Sharara, the pleats come from the top of the trousers.
So, all the brides to be flaunt your real beauty and become a majestic queen on your ‘W-DAY’!