DIY Indian Wedding Outfits:
A wedding is a big event in the Indian community across regions, religions and other prejudices. A big event for the bride-to-be and the groom too. The families are involved equally whether they are immediate family or extended family comprising of all cousins, uncles and aunts. Wedding’s mean that all your heavy clothing comes out of the closets and are out in full display and revelry. But it can be a daunting task to decide what to wear for Indian weddings!
If only there existed a DIY guide to Indian wedding outfits. Things would be a bit easier, and so here it is a simple tutorial on what to and what not to wear when it comes to Indian wedding outfits the DIY way:
- Lehengas are synonymous with Indian weddings. Try the traditional lehenga or a westernized version of it, lehenga is a must. Try the lehenga with an asymmetrical sheer cape to rock wedding season. Capes are the latest and hottest fashion trends in Indian weddings. This outfit looks best without a dupatta and is amazingly comfortable.
- Long kurtas never seem to go out of fashion. Opt for a long straight cut kurta and pair it with contrasting skirt or lehenga for an elegant wedding ensemble. It looks great in raw silk or with heavy embroidery.
- Anarkalis are still a hot favorite with the Indian wedding populace. Try the front open floor length anarkali kurta coupled with a lehenga or skirt to make the wedding more glamorous.
- Anarkali gowns in ethnic and traditional designs is a sure winner at any Indian wedding. Layer your floor length anarkali with an embellished short or long jacket for a sizzling look.
- If long anarkalis are not your thing, then opt for shorter embellished anarkali kurtas and pair it with dhoti pants for a stylish twist to the wedding outfit.
- If dhoti pants are your style statement then pair it with floor length front open jacket for an amazing couture statement.
- If experiment is your way, then go for a fringe sari that gives the traditional attire a whole western vibe.
- Try the draped dupatta look with these lehengas with draped pre stitched dupatta. These are pre-pleated and stitched with your blouse.
- Lehenga with the peplum style blouse can transform a traditional look into a contemporary style that is gaining immense popularity with people.
These DIY Indian wedding outfits guide will help you create your own statement at the next wedding that you attend.