We Indians always have a hate and love relationship with monsoon. When it doesn’t rain, we complain, when it does, we feel good. But when it pours heavily more than our expectations, we do complain again! And, if it’s a monsoon wedding, we girls understand the juggle of handling either ourselves or our dress.
As the monsoon season in India has already started, so do the wedding bells for our near and dear ones. I understand you have to attend a wedding. But couldn’t figure out what should you be wearing, right?
You need not worry at all! Take a cue from how Bollywood hotties dress up for monsoon in an ethnic wear and sort things out! Let’s check out how can you make most out of your monsoon-wedding-guest look!
Stick to the timeless saree
It doesn’t matter whether your distant cousin is getting married or a friend or colleague. You can be the fashionable wedding guest by draping the timeless saree! Bollywood replica sarees have turned out to be the foremost picks for an event like this. Stick to a net, chiffon or georgette saree instead of going for a heavy one. Choose a sleeveless or traditional full-sleeve blouse to match your saree with.
From designer sarees to pre-stitched ones, there are a wide variety of sarees to select from. As Indian weddings are full of bling, choose a happy colour to rock the monsoon wedding. Fuscia, coral, yellow, crimson even green are the best shades you can try.
Go for churidars
Churidars are the most underrated outfits for wedding. You know what, this is in fact the best ethnic wear to brighten up a monsoon wedding this season! From short kurtis to long kurtis paired with churidars will glam up your appearance.
For a dash of style, pick churidar neck designs in illusion, strapless, sweetheart or scoop patterns. Do not go with too heavily embellished or too simple churidars, instead go for one that has a balanced look. Ensure wearing statement earrings for a dramatic effect all through the wedding!
Twirl around in anarkalis
Okay, admit it, we girls hardly feel comfortable in a saree than an anarkali. Isn’t it? Well, anarkalis do the trick to make you the center of attraction while elevating your ethnic style quotient. There is no dress as flattering as an anarkali suit. The best thing is that it works wonder to camouflage your imperfections!
As said earlier for monsoon fashion dressing guide, stick to the ultimate mantra, ‘less is beautiful’. Do minimal makeup, minimal accesorising to stand out!