So it is your sister’s wedding and you are super excited. After all, you are the most important person on her guest list, who will be accompanying her at almost all functions. Now, the important question comes. What would you wear to your darling sis’s big day? Of course, you don’t want to overshadow the bride and at the same time, want to be a head turner among the very stylish Delhi guests. Confused? Well, worry no more. Here is a list of outfits, which you can easily opt for your sister’s wedding. Each of them will look equally bright and elegant and will make you look like a million bucks on the photos clicked by her favorite Delhi wedding photographer:
Lehenga: If you love lehenga and are not ready to settle down for anything else, try one in lightweight silhouettes since you sis will most probably wear a traditional heavy number. Opt for a lehenga in a modern design. A fishtail skirt, one with side slits or an asymmetrical cut will not only look different but also will speak class. Experiment with offbeat cuts in the choli too. You can also choose a western top, a structured jacket or a long kurta instead of a choli. As for dupatta, experiment with the draping style or toss it entirely for a much-in-trend cape. Play with the color. Pastels and whites always look lovely. However, if you like bright hues go for jewel tones like blues, greens, purples, and yellows. Avoid reds.
Lehenga-sari: We know, we know. You have to do a lot of running around and can’t manage the nine-yard-wonder efficiently. However, you just love the attire. How about a lehenga-sari? They come with a pre-stitched skirt and an attached draped pallu. You just need to slip in the skirt like a lehenga and voila! You are dancing your heart out in a sari! Just make sure to pick one in light weight fabric like chiffon or georgette.
Anarkali: Anarkalis are everywhere and sometimes look too monotonous. However, they are super easy to manage and impart a nice movement which is essential for great photos. Opt for rich silk anarkalis instead of the usual net ones. Pick one with unusual detailing or prints. Experiment with cuts. Go for the ‘kalidar’ ones with a sexy halter neck if you are tall and slim. Otherwise, stick to the ‘A’ line version. An off-shoulder long anarkali worn with heavy neckpiece looks extremely classy and contemporary at the same time.
Palazzo and kurta: If you like the flare of a lehenga but wish to wear something different, opt for a wide silk palazzo. Team it up with a nice kurta, long or short, as per your body type. When done right, this attire can look extremely chic. If you don’t want to deviate too far from the traditions, swap the palazzo pant with an ornate sharara.
Draped kurta: This is a new kid on the block. Draped kurtas are high on fashion and can accentuate your looks by several notches. We like the ones with a dhoti-like drape, which is apt for young women. These are extremely interesting and can give you an edgy look.
Whatever you choose, never compromise on your comfort and maintain your personal style. Remember, if you are comfortable, you will be able to enjoy the occasion to the fullest, which will reflect in your beloved sister’s candid wedding photography.