Fashionable outfits to choose for your court wedding

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Court weddings are equally special as a big, fat, Indian wedding and your outfits need not be any less exquisite. While the pandemic may have crushed some peoples dream of having a grand shaadi it also acted as a boon to the people who always wanted a minimal wedding to begin with!

Timeless Red Saree

A bridal red saree oozes a certain traditional charm on your wedding day.  The options for red sarees are endless nowadays, so one is bound to find the perfect saree for their wedding!

A classic, Benarasi saree has been quite the popular choice among B-town celebs and I can see exactly why.

Cape suit 

fueled this trend by flaunting a cape lehenga with a deep U-neck at her Sangeet ceremony. Lehenga looks spectacular with all the mirror-work.

And you can add the similar flowy chiffon sleeves to make your attire the highlight of the ceremony. You can even go for a cape lehenga with Gota Patti work just like this one that will glimmer and outshine everyone else on your big day or any of your wedding festivities.

Flowy Anarkali

One can never go wrong with an Anarkali, am I right? This breezy and flowy, ethnic outfit is incredibly elegant and adds sophistication to the occasion.

Introduced to India in the Mughal Era, these regal outfits display the rich culture and history of the nation. Anarkalis will never be out of fashion and is perfect for your shaadi or any of the festivities that come along.

Modern Pantsuit

For the modern bride, a pantsuit seems like the perfect choice for a court wedding. When it comes to this look, I don’t need any convincing, you already had me at ‘pant’.

This super stylish look is extremely effortless and stress-free which I’m sure many of you would appreciate for your big day, I know I sure would! Breaking away from stereotypes and going the contemporary route will surely help you make a statement and be the centre of attention!

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