Indian Bridesmaid Clothing Trends

Indian weddings are big, royal and are no less than a festival for the entire family. Everyone wants to look their best this day. But the most important is to coordinate the looks of the bridesmaid, as they are the best friends of the bride, who accompany her during the entire wedding rituals. Here are few looks which can be an inspiration for deciding the look for the bridesmaid….


Punjabi Bridesmaid– Short kurtas with patiala salwars for the truly punjabi bridesmaid. The twist is the patiala salwars which looks truly ethnic in bright and bold colors.


Saree Style for bridesmaid– The six yard piece never goes out of fashion for a big day like this. Simple sarees with ornate blouses looks elegant. One can also pick up Silk and hand loom saris for such traditional occasions.


Draped Saree Concept– If you want to try something unusual, then try a draped saree. Its best for a christian wedding or a beach side wedding, a perfect mix of ethnic and contemporary look. Pastels shades with minimalist embroideries and sheer and flowy fabrics like net, georgette and chiffon’s are best.


Same colors concept– Well if all your bridesmaid have differences in deciding a particular style or silhouette, then don’t be tensed, tell them to go for a particular similar shade or color for their respective garments. In this way they have freedom to choose their styles without looking too different.


kurta churidaar style– Color combinations matching the bride’s lehnga is the perfect way to mix and match the colors for the bridesmaid. Try churidaar instead of salwars and patiala for a sleek look.


Anarkali style– One can also go for a Anarkali kurta style instead of straight suits. Simple Anarkalis in flowy fabrics with little work over neck and border at bottom look interesting. Pair them with churidaar or pants.


Playing with contrast Color scheme– If you love amalgamation of colors and love playing around them, then this is the perfect theme. Pick up two bright shades which are a complete contrast to your bridal lehnga, and distribute it accordingly for the attires of your bridesmaid. Seen here are handloom fabrics like Chanderi, Maheshwari and brocades in bright colors, perfect way to show your love towards the rich handloom heritage of our country.


Cool and Hot color scheme– This looks a very good idea if you want to segregate the looks of two different families. One can be in one color scheme, and the other one in another color scheme, like a play of cool and hot colors.


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