Indian weddings are known for their grandness and various rituals that last for about three days. Over the years, we have also adopted a few elements of western culture. This also includes deciding the dress code of the bridesmaid and coordinating them to look aesthetically beautiful.
While planning for the bridal outfit itself is very hectic, we know you must be facing a very hard time couture that should look good on all your bridesmaid. There are a few things that can never go wrong. Paly safe, and use these tips to flawlessly coordinate your bridesmaid outfits.
Focus On The Prints
When it comes to hues and tones, every girl may have her own preferences. Hence, you can match the prints of their outfits, instead of doing completely identical dresses. This not only looks supplicated, but the girls will also have the opportunity to add their own elements of style. You can go with floral, Aztec, tribal, zardozi, zari, etc prints. These are trending and can never go out of fashion.
Similar Colour, Distinct Designs
If you are keeping the theme of your wedding simple and also want your bridesmaids to don something subtle, then you can reach out for plain pieces. They can have similar colours but different designs. This will also allow your bridesmaid to experiment, as per their dress sense. For instance, one can wear an Anarkali suit, whereas, other bridesmaids can sport a similar hue saree.
Follow A Theme
Forget designs and colours, following a theme, can give you and your bridesmaid a lot of room experiment. Focusing on theme means, following a pattern when it comes to style and fashion. For instance, you can go for an autumn theme, pastel theme, or even a rainbow theme to create uniformity. If you are having a day wedding, pick various hues of pastels, such as baby pink, sky blue, grey, cream, etc.
No matter which colour, design lehenga (Anita Dongre’s lehengas) or saree one is wearing, everyone will wear a blouse along. To create uniformity, let your bridesmaid sport matching blouses. Extremely versatile colours are gold, silver, cream, grey, black, and multi-shade pieces. If your dress is golden and red, your bridesmaid can wear something that a hint of gold to match your outfit too.
Play With Similar Dupattas
This is a quick and last-minute trick to help you have everything perfect on your big day. If there are only a few weeks left for your wedding day, get matching dupattas (poses with dupattas) for your brides, which they can carry with lehengas, suits and even sarees. Not only it will save a lot of money, but will also make all you look uber-chic.
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