Ladies! If you thought your quest for the celebratory and wedding fashion were limited to the simple salwar suits; you’re wrong. Whether it’s about nailing the look for small ceremonies, being a showstopper at wealthy wedding events or having an ethnic fervour for celebrations and pooja at home. If it’s super-duper important that you look spot-on for your customary events; what’s better than a desi Patiala or semi-patiala salwar suit with Punjabi vibes. You can choose one in an offbeat or vibrant colour and you are all set for anything like a grand destination wedding or an intimate traditional affair.
Attractive design and outstanding finesse; the sharara salwar suits are rocking this wedding season. Sangeet function, mehendi or a reception; an edgy bride can blend it with the fresh, modern and ethnic vibes through her designer salwar suit in sharara pattern. A heavily embroidered or embellished sharara suit will work wonders for a bride’s well-known engagement ceremony. Wear your shararas with short, crop tops or peplums; the choice is yours. We are head over heels in love with the pretty anarkali suits. Well, the anarkali fad refuses to go away for some reason. Team it up with churidaars, skirts, palazzos, jackets, trousers and more; and you are ready to look like a dream for your wedding ceremonies.
Dhoti can take your salwar kameez style proportion a notch higher. Outdoor mehendi ceremony or a ladies sangeet night; a dhoti dress is one of the most stylish and sartorial choices to showcase your taste. With detailing like tassels, mirror work, embroidery; this customary dressing will look all the more glam and stylish. Dancing the night away or enjoying your cocktail; the jacket salwar suit will definitely give you that empress vibes. Long jackets with embroidered borders, the jacket with flared net sleeves, or the one in short look are the latest fashion statement for the brides as well as the bridesmaids. They can add one to their cotton, net, velvet or chikankari suits. Grab one!