5 Wedding dresses every bride must own


The beauty of ethnic wear is that it never goes out of style. Be it your wedding, reception or even the after-party wedding ethnic outfit options are plenty to choose from. But it’s best to keep in mind that you choose an outfit that speaks to you, is comfortable and represents your personality.

Here is a list of absolute musts which you should consider before buying your wedding outfit.

Anarkali lehengas


Anarkali lehengas usually resemble a lehenga except for the fact that the skirt and top are stitched into a single piece. It’s always fun to want one and get two, so if you are planning to get the best of both worlds in a wedding outfit, Anarkali lehenga is the way to go. It’s a great reception dress or even an after-party dress, which can give you an elegant feel which will give you the elegant look of a lehenga and the comfort of an Anarkali. This beautiful wedding dress can be a great alternative if you are not confident about flaunting your mid-riff with a lehenga choli. An Anarkali lehenga is a must-have if you are looking for an offbeat look instead of the conventional saree or lehenga, this ensemble might just prove you can find love at first sight.

Ethnic Wedding Gowns


Gowns are not just for western weddings, it’s high time you ditch the usual lehengas and sarees and jump into the new bridal dress trend of ethnic wedding gowns. A flowy gown is sure to make any bride feel like she’s in a fairytale and will help you make a statement on your wedding day. fine one with intricate detailing, pastel or bright colours and detailing and accessories with golden jewellery to add an extra charm to your whole wedding look. There’s no point in only considering monotonous and jaded ethinic outfits in your wedding trousseau. Wedding gowns have an indo-western feel to them which makes them look dreamy and modern. The variety and types of wedding gowns are infinite and there’s something for all body types, budgets and style quotients.



Rich Kanjeevaram Saree


Kanchi silk weavers are believed to be direct descendants of Sage Markanda, the weaver of the Gods. So it is considered to be the finest of the silks made purely from mulberry silk threads. So choose from a list of natural colours and make sure to match it with your body and face tone. An interesting fact about these sarees is that the weight of the saree determines the quality of the saree. This is because these sarees are made from an extremely heavy kind of silk. the main reason to invest in a good Kanjeevaram saree is that it’s not just for one-time use, the saree you pick will make you look stunning at your wedding and you will be able to recreate the magic on other occasions as well.

Traditional Silk Saree

Sarees are a wardrobe essential for every fashionista, irrespective of the fact that you are  getting married. Chances are that you already own a silk saree handed down to you by your mother or brought by yourself. Commonly, traditional sarees are preferred by most women to fit festivities and family gatherings. You can glam up your look any time with silk sarees. You can easily team it up with long-sleeve or air-hostess blouse. For an undoubted chic look, you can also wear an ethnic jacket without compromising the charm of your elegant saree.



The quintessential Lehenga

A typical well-designed lehenga is the first thing that comes to mind when talking about a wedding outfit. But it’s key to selecting the perfect lehenga is to choose a wedding lehenga that suits your personality, stick to what looks best on you and don’t be blinded by trends. Choose the colour of the lehenga according to your skin tone. Colours like Reds, maroon and Fuschia usually tend to flatter most Indian skin tones. One thing that needs to be kept in mind is the ghera of a bridal lehenga, it’s better to make it heavy so that the bride stands out from the crowd.

If you think that these tips have been exciting, then let’s get shopping for your wedding! Good luck!