Are you looking for a super stylish outfit for your childhood best friend’s wedding next month? Or are you the bride-to-be who wants to break the quintessential notion when it comes to wedding look? Here are few quick outfit inspirations that I have designed for the young, modern and unapologetic women like you to slay the wedding events with vogue. Fashion Designer Anaita Shah who has her own label Kaprapan, says that her vote goes to the fusion Indo-Western designs that exude the element of feminine charm and power dressing simultaneously. The beauty of hand embroidery over chic western cuts drapes and outfits will definitely make heads turn.
Here are 5 wedding outfit trends listed by Shah that are sure to make heads turn this wedding season.
Shine On Shararas
Ditch the regular blouses with the shararas and pair them up with some super unconventional options such as a hand-embroidered, half jacket or a blazer with intricate zari work. If you want to make the complete look more badass, go for the frilled style shararas paired with mirror and threadwork embroidered tunics.
Pair Those Pants
Two pant styles that will surely rock your Instagram game this season are flared bellbottom pants and dhoti pant sets. Slip into this mint green blouse with flared bellbottom pants or choose the dhoti pant set with pleated kaftan style shirt, the look is going to classy and sassy both at the same time.
Saree Not Sorry
A dhoti style saree is a perfect example of contemporary clothing. This poppy pink and zardosi gold work saree is a perfect pick for your best friend’s wedding. Let me elevate your imagination level a step further with sharara+ saree look, a complete rendition to your regular saree image.
Skirt It Up
Drape skirts with waist chair blouse or an easy-breezy skirt with a corset blouse, the intricately embroidered skirts with kundan and sequins on those pastel colours is my pick for the comfort lovers.
Jumpsuit Goes Traditional
The Indian embroidery touch to the western jumpsuits is again a beautiful combination of feminity and fierceness. A little bit theatre in the form of drape sleeves or at the handcuffs will add to the grace of the look. Did I mention add a touch of velvet to make it more regal?
A Short Nehru jacket with embroidered golden sequins or a double-breasted suede hand embroidered overcoat will glam up even a simple outfit instantly. Pair them up with straight-leg pants or a dhoti and let the intricate embroidery do the magic.
Wear what makes you feel comfortable and be open to experimenting. Sometimes we think a particular outfit will not look good on us but when we try, the result is completely the opposite.
Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more on the wedding season.