It’s December and the wedding season is in full swing in India. It’s an unofficially occasional month of the year. Packed with Weddings, Anniversaries, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve it’s very chaotic and confusing to choose the perfect outfit for every occasion. We’ll help you end the year with Trendy, Stylish, and luxurious looks that you can slay at different events:
Lehengas for the winter wedding season.
Lehengas can never be out of fashion, whether you are the bride or bride’s maid you can pull out a Lehenga looking regal, royal, and stylish all at the same time. Being the winter season you can opt for fabrics like velvet, raw silk, and brocade with some good wine shades of maroon, plum, burgundy, magenta, mauve, etc. Emerald green and royal blue can also be the eyecatcher in the crowd. These Fabrics and colors can look glamorous even with minimal work of zari, sequins, and thread embroidery. Here are some Designer Lehengas which will surely swoon your hearts away.
Anarkalis for Princessy Vibe
Anarkali is the epitome of the Mughal Princess. This month opt for some modern–traditional fusion Anarkalis such as jackets and cape styles. The beauty of Anarkali is that it can be made in a variety of fabrics like cotton, silk, georgette, net, velvet, etc. From pastel to plum colors, we have witnessed the Bollywood actresses gracefully carrying it on different occasions. We have a list of Embellished, embroidered, and sequined Designer Anarkali that will turn you into a Mughal Princess.
Whether it’s a Wedding, Prom, or Ball night, gowans are the perfect choice for such formal events. These one-piece, floor-length outfits can serve style and elegance with fine embroidery work of sequins, beads, pearls, etc. Organza satin, tulle, net with cancan underneath are ideal fabrics for gowns. If you love Gowns then this collection of Designer Gowns are worth a look.
Now if you are wondering that there is no difference between a Gown or a Dress you are wrong. These two words are often used interchangeably, which makes it confusing. A gown can be called a dress but a dress is not a gown. Dresses can be worn on informal and formal occasions. A Floral printed flowy yet comfortable dress can be worn on a beach wedding and a sleek black mini dress can be worn at New Year Party. You can wear a single dress multiple times by adding extra accessories such as a belt or throwing over a shrug, jacket, capes, basically any outerwear. Even a simple dress can look good with statement jewelry, a handbag, and the right shoes. You would definitely want to invest in these Designer Dresses that can be used at multiple events.
Like dresses, another versatile piece of the outfit is a Kurti. From a Wedding reception to a family birthday party a Kurti can be worn with leggings, narrow to wide-legged pants, jeans, and skirts.
You can either customize or buy a Designer Kurta from minimal and light thread embroidery work to heavily embellished work according to the event you need it for.
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