Wedding Attire Inspiration
By Shreya Sinha
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The first thing you could do in winter weddings is to ditch your chiffon and georgette Saarees. This time try and go for thicker and heavier fabrics like Banarasi or even velvet for that matter, they not only look very very graceful and elegant but also won't leave you freezing. When it comes to Indian wedding dresses we see lots of colors and heavy traditional dresses with embroideries to fabrics in full flare and cotton to silks. But when we need to style for a Indian winter wedding dresses, there’s much to focus on apart from feeling protective during the season to fabric and pattern styles.
During winter it becomes a great necessity to wear heavy dresses for protection from wintry cold at the time of a wedding ceremony. There are certain rules to be followed for doing it quite easily.
We have to wear full sleeves garments, jutties, and shawls.
Dupattas should be designed in such a way that it can serve for looking stylish as well as for keeping ourselves warm. Thermals can be used to make dupattas keeping us warm. Besides the shawls can be heavily embroidered to be used as dupattas.
It has been observed that after procuring a deep experience in different wedding ceremonies by the guests taking part in the wedding functions, Sarees and Anarkalis make a perfect balance between the modern and traditional fashion world.
Styles come and go but traditional Banarasi silk sarees never go out of style.
This gorgeous red Banarasi Saree pairing with elegant matching jewelleries will make you look stunning.
Maroon velvet Saree with embroidered gold borders and maroon velvet blouse makes a great choice as a party wear clothing.
The unusual softness of the velvet has no match and can make your look alluring
If there is one type of Indian dress that suits all types of body types, then it has to be the Anarkali Salwar Suit
Anarkali has been worn by Indian women extensively, especially on special occasions.
Full sleeve Anarkalis are meant for giving a stylish look and to protect ourselves from chilly conditions.
The cape Anarkali suit is a stylish and modern ensemble that can be worn in various special events.
Out of all the Anarkali dress designs, the cape Anarkali suit is one design that you can flaunt in grace.
With all its twirls and swirls, this dress is adorned with floral embroidery.
An epitome of elegant tailoring, this pink Anarkali kurta exudes loads of feminine charm.
This absolutely charming yellow color suit can be a perfect outfit for wedding functions.
Sharara and gharara suits are unquestionably a bridal favorite and for reasons more than one.
While they lend you a royal old-world charm, they also add a high dose of contemporary style to your look making you shine with a distinctive edge.
You can’t go wrong with brocade and this beautiful, rich red sharara is the epitome of grace.
This super regal Gold Champagne Sharara is what you need to don at wedding functions.
It’s every bit elegant and sure to perk up your minimalistic style like no other piece.
This Navy Blue Heavy Embroidered Lehenga features a silk top, silk bottom, and net dupatta.
Embroidery work is completed with zari, stone, sequins, and laces.
The color black is yet another favorite! Setting the right kind of all-black goals for you all pataka bridesmaids.
Here is a jaw-droppingly stunning lehenga features a lehenga skirt with a delicate arrangement of contrasting florals a plain and netted top and a sequin dupatta.
This finely embroidered maroon suit. It is elegant, classy, simple yet ravishing, and everything that you would love to don.
And oh, don't miss out on that lovely styling! She paired her gorgeous outfit with light makeup and heavy earrings.
What we just cannot miss is the intricate and elegant embroidery on the Ivory lehenga. The sheer Jacket compliments it perfectly!
This ivory lehenga is stunning with all the shimmer and shine!
This beige lehenga is no doubt gorgeous and awe-inspiring!
Dull beige long jacket with side pleats & placement floral work paired with benarasi lehenga.
The lace, the shimmer, and the embroidery, it's just beautiful.
Similarly, you can try different ideas to have to keep yourself warm and stylish at Winter Wedding. You just need to keep experimenting!