With winters, also comes the season of weddings.
While winter weddings are very beautiful, but dressing up for them can be confusing. It’s quite overwhelming to figure out what to wear for a wedding and even more tricky to dress up fashionably for a winter wedding. It’s only reasonable not to wear a sweater over your fabulous dress but it can be troublesome in such dipping temperatures. The right ensemble is what’s required to look exquisite keeping the chilly weather in mind. Here we have ten stunning outfit ideas for winter weddings that will help you get out of your dressing up dilemma this wedding season.
- Dhoti Sarees & Pant Sarees
The Dhoti has entered the female wardrobe with certain innovation from tradition. Dhoti and Pant Sarees are the ‘it’ dresses this wedding season. An embellished Dhoti or Pant style stitched saree looks funky and peppy for the joyous occasion. Pair it up with a high neck blouse and high heels for a bohemian look.
2. Long Kurtas
Long Kurtas are a subtle but gorgeous choice for a winter wedding. If you do not wish to experiment with your outfit, long kurtas are definitely a way to go. Long Kurta worn with lehenga or sharara and no dupatta looks regal. A lovely necklace and a clutch complement this look.
3. Jackets and Capes
Capes and Jackets are the hottest trends this wedding season. These can be worn over lehengas, pallazos, shararas, gowns and even dhoti pants. While capes add a stylish western blend to your outfit, jackets give it a royal look. Embroidered jackets in vibrant colors look very ethnic and elegant. Capes on the other hand are very light, graceful and flow like a dream on your outfit.
4. Super Short Kurta with Salwar
Bright Patiala Salwars with short Kurtis look mind-boggling. This style inspired by Kangana Ranaut from Tanu weds Manu is very popular on the block. Layer it up with contrasting dupattas, scarves and multiple neckpieces for an interesting look.
5. Full Sleeves Blouses
Embellished blouses in thick fabrics like velvet, silk and brocade are an evergreen look for Indian weddings. Even fabrics like net, chiffon and georgette hug up the arms very well. Full sleeves blouses look classy not only in broad and deep necklines but also when buttoned up till throat.
6. High-Low Kurtas
This is a contemporary style of kurta with an asymmetrical hemline. The front hem is shorter compared to the back hem. This kurta suits well with chooridars, pallazos and dhoti pants. Layered up with a dupatta, this outfit oozes glamour and sophistication.
Anarkali suits have flattered almost all women in India. These are perfect to add a modern touch to a traditional attire. Anarkalis suit every body shape and frame given the right selection. Moreover, Anarkalis are available in a numerous range of fabrics. The comfort and ease to carry them without compromising on the glam quotient makes them a wardrobe staple of every woman.
Gowns are a favorite choice for young ladies for Indian weddings. Pastel gowns with a big flared skirt and light flowy movement have a girly feel. Rich colors with elaborate embroidery and bead work will make you shine like a star in the wedding. If you are uncomfortable flaunting a gown at a traditional wedding, pair it with a dupatta.
9. Floor Length Skirts with Crop Tops
Floor length skirts with crop tops are the perfect replacements for heavy lehenga cholis. A full sleeves crop top adds grace to the wedding look. This attire looks best in monochromatic colors but if you wish to contrast then opt for a kanjivaram skirt. Since the outfit is quite modern, the dupatta should be kept simple.
10. Slit Silhouette
A gown with a high slit paired up with dhoti pants or churidar are en vogue this wedding season. This fusion dress looks even more striking by draping a stole. Bright contrasting colors with detailed embroidery will make a perfect outfit for the glam evening.