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How to look like a stunning bride in a classy veil on your wedding day

Make sure that the veil brings out the most in your attire and you look dazzling as ever. Try one of these stunning classy veil on your wedding.

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“With all the focus on your wedding dress, you might have pushed your wveil to the back. Since a veil is no longer a must for the modern Indian bride, many brides are still choosing to wear them, mostly because, it makes them feel like a bride” Morvi Images. The trick is knowing what type of veil to pair with what type of wedding dress to make the most impact. We all want to look our best and different than others in the wedding, but if you see the kind of attire we can choose from then the choice is very limited Saree or lehenga we mostly wear one of this.

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Lehanga Choli

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The dupatta normally worn with the lehenga and choli can be draped over your head and one corner tucked in. It can also be worn in the form of a loose saree with one end loosely tucked behind your back. This style works better if your dupatta is made up lighter material. Makeup is very crucial part of a bride’s look and you need to focus on that too. Sohni Juneja can be the one to give you your desired look.

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The Punjabi Style

This is the normal conservative style, worn by most of the north Indian brides. The bride usually wears a heavy dupatta over her head and wrapped around the shoulders. This style should be adopted by the brides who are opting for a suit and have heavy work done on their dupattas. A dress is something that every bride cares about the most on her wedding and Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla can make sure that your dress is the best.

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Photo: Morvi Images.
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Photo: Sohni Juneja.
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Photo: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla.

Gujarati Style

Often known as the Traditional Gujarati style, the dupatta is classically draped across the bride’s chest and is often wrapped around with a kamar-band. The bride may drape the same dupatta across her head or take another dupatta with heavy lacework on her head. Jewellery is something that we choose very wisely and it should be as it will enhance your beauty. Haritika Jewellery can surely make your beauty enhanced.

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Desi Look

In this Desi Bridal Look, the dupatta is draped across the head and is often tucked casually in the front. This looks perfect if the bride chooses to wear full sleeved choli and a lehenga with a very heavy flare. A nice pair of shoes are a must on your wedding and you can gey them from Jimmy Choo to make it perfect.

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Photo: Jimmy Choo.

Belted Dupatta

One of the very famous trends these days is belted dupattas that are typically worn by south Indian brides. Now a days this is becoming a great choice with sarees, lehengas or half sarees. Often the belts worn are beautifully placed and have become one of the most sought after accessories. How to choose a stunning wedding outfit matching colors for bride & groom!.

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The Casual

It goes well with lehengas and short cholis, and the pleated gracefully and draped across the chest. You can use pins to safely tuck the dupatta on your shoulders to keep it at the place all the time. This style restricts movement and should be worn with see-through dupattas so as the front of your outfit is not disguised. 6 ideas to look like a ravishing bride with trendy makeup.

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Bengali Style

Very much inspired from the Bengali tradition, the heavily embroidered dupatta is draped across the head and is pleated on shoulder covering the front. And the other end is pleated and draped across the other shoulder. How a Bride can look confident on her Wedding day .

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Whichever way you may choose to drape your dupatta on the day of your wedding, keep utmost care that it compliments your body structure and goes the best with the outfit that you are wearing on the day. How to choose your wedding dress to look stunning.

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