So ready for the wedding next week? Why not? Well look around, there must be a wedding card lying around! and why wouldn’t it be, winter is the best season for weddings. No sweat, no melting makeup, hundreds of delicacies to splurge upon.One should never miss a winter wedding😊.
Just one issue, all the perfect dresses are going to be underneath a sweater or a jacket. Actually you should invest in woollens 😂😂. Oops don’t take it literally. Believe me there are dozens of options available to choose from. Let’s discuss how to flaunt your gorgeous dresses looking like million bucks in this freezing cold without freezing.
BRIDE TO BE
Why to wait for the wedding for those sequinned dresses? Lets get to work from engagement itself. There could be a lot of different options like a full sleeves Anarkali or a multi layered lehnga.
If you are going to flaunt your beauty in rich colours on your wedding, you can try soft and sober colours too for your engagement.
You can also opt for a long jacket over a floor length Anarkali, lehnga or skirt.
BRIDE TO BE’S FRIENDS OR GUESTS
If any of your friend in your girl gang is getting married, then you should flaunt your curvature too. You can even twin with your best friend wearing an Anarkali!
A jacket is your best friend for an indian engagement. You can pair it up with a kurta, a maxi dress, a dhoti or a skirt.
FOR THE BRIDE
Now this is your day, all eyes are going to be on you, so just look spectacular!
When it comes to Indian weddings, you simply can’t go wrong with a saree. A red saree with a heavy border or a full sleeve saree with an extra dupatta surely keeps you away from cold while looking alluring.
Personally I like to be in control with a full length sequinned Anarkali. You can opt for an embellished high neck or an overall floor length Anarkali.
BRIDE’S FRIENDS OR GUESTS
Well the second most important girl in your best friend’s wedding is YOU. So let the people stare at you but don’t forget to make it worth their while.
A velvet saree is a sure shot hit managing both fashion and temperature degrees.
Layering is easy , comfortable and always in vogue.
But personally I would suggest a heavily embroidered floor length kaftan or jacket with a maxi dress or a plain Anarkali.
For Punjabi weddings, try a woollen Punjabi suit with a multi coloured phulkari. A traditional not to miss combo is surely going to get you some thumbs ups.
And if you would like to go a little contemporary, an Indo western dress can be your saviour. You can try long embellished Kurtis with pants or dhotis.
Phulkaris worn in a mixed style too can give you an edge over others .
Apart from these, try to wear light inners or warmers. Beleive me they are more cozy than bulky outwear.
Here I would like to conclude my today’s article. Dont forget to tell me your favorite winter wedding dress in the comment section.
I’ll see you soon.