The wedding season is on and with that comes numerous functions that you have to attend including the mehendi ceremony. On this day you want to look your best apart from the wedding day of your friend or relative and yet be very comfortable as you have to get your mehendi done, dance around and have fun. So what you might be hunting for are suits which look lively, and are breezy when it comes to the material. Besides being blingy the print or the finish of your outfit should be classy so that you look like that perfect looking guest and less of a Christmas tree in person.
Here are a few looks put together by the house of Rangriti which has something for every kind of personality be it the simple sorts or extremely bright hue lovers. So scroll down and take a look.
Whether you are the bride yourself or a bridesmaid or a guest otherwise, this ethnic finished three-quarter length or floor-length dress will look gorgeous at a mehndi ceremony. It will give an absolutely cheerful and vibrant look. It has the perfect amount of bling and when you twirl, it will give you enough fodder for those slow-motion videos that you can put up on your Facebook or Instagram stories. Pair with stilettos preferable or any high heeled sandal.
If you are blessed with an amazing height then you can also opt for a jutti in silver. Go for simple jewellery and for makeup, go for a nude, dewy look so that your ensemble can do the talking. As for your hair, do whatever you think will keep you feeling comfortable until the end.
Peach Chanderi Suit Set
If your idea of a mehndi outfit is a little shinier than a simple poly-cotton ensemble, then you can always pick a Chanderi suit, like this peach-hued Chanderi kurta with a matching palazzo and a printed pretty dupatta that comes with a gotta border and tassels on the four ends.
For jewellery, you can go for golden jhumkas or long earrings and a kada or a few bangles. Skip a neckpiece as there is ample work in the front and we do not want to spoil the look. Drape your dupatta on one side but pin it on your shoulder so that it does not slip while you are dancing or moving around. For your hair, you can keep it open or go for a braided bun look, there are many hairstyles to choose from. As for the footwear, pencil heels would look dressy or else you can go for a jutti since they are more comfortable, whatever rocks your boat.
Teal Green Poly Cotton Kalidar Suit Set, Combining A Kurta, Belt And Dupatta & A Red Suit
Here are two different options. The one on the right is a lovely teal green suit paired with a contrasting yellow-green dupatta with the kurta being kalidar. It comes with a belt which gives the look a twist and keeps you updated with the latest fusion fashion. Pair it with a palazzo or a churidar, whatever makes you feel comfortable. Match it with heels or a jutti but make sure nothing bites you. Wear nice earrings but keep it a little simple.
On the left side is a lovely vermillion hued suit with silver foil work which is the traditional colour combination and never goes out of style. A light sheer dupatta and palazzo in the same work would be an excellent put together suit for the day.
The colour yellow resonates with the mehendi ceremony and this is perfect for those who love bright hues. This golden-yellow Anarkali suit set with gota patti work is a traditional suit set. Flaunt it with some silver jewellery but keep it simple as the outfit is bright enough and play with subtle but dewy makeup. Keep your hair open and wear wedges or any kind of heels with it. You can also wear a silver jutti to complete the look.
So which look do want to try out? Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more such wedding function looks.