Weddings can be such a happy occasion. But nowadays they are not just limited to being a destination wedding to bring out the unique factor. Depending on the location or the couples’ interests, they can range from a Victorian affair, a rock concert to maybe even an obstacle race. We may have attended a whole lot of them but the perennial question always is what you should wear. Jivaana solves your problems by giving you a guideline for your wedding wardrobe.
The classic Sari
Party wear designer sarees can be worn in any function. A heavy benarasi or brocade sari looks elegant during the pheras or a pooja while a lovely chiffon one works beautifully for evening dos.
The object of attention
Make sure you wear one outfit that’s not typical, something that stands out and makes people notice you in the huge crowd of wedding guests. It could be a cape, monotone, striking blouse or accessories.
Earrings are non-negotiable. A pair of statement earrings can just notch up an outfit to another level. Make sure you carry at least two pairs for a four day event. You can pair them with a stunning necklace, choker or mathapati.
Flat footwear is absolutely essential for destination weddings where you are running from one place to another. While stilettos look gorgeous during the pheras and reception, dancing in them will leave you unsteady. Pack a pair of flats with a manageable heel or blocked heel to be at ease.
With the whole humdrum of wedding functions do not forget to carry your casuals for the in-between breather you can squeeze in. A lot of the after-after parties give you a chance to wear your westerns like a light day dress, shorts or skirts.
Most importantly, don’t fret too much about your wardrobe, put a smile on your face, dance, enjoy and be a happy baraati!