As the wedding season is approaching, the brides-to-be must be really excited and confused at the same time regarding what they would be wearing. Excited because of their ‘THE DAY’, and confused because they don’t really know what they should wear on the same. Winter brings out inner warmth in everyone, when it comes to marriages. In most of the regions in the country winters are just pleasant, and these regions are perfect to get married in. This season being the most cuddly and romantic season, people really look forward to the weddings at this time of the year.
The only thing that the people in the wedding look forward to is the Bride. Who does not go to a wedding and observe the dressing and jewellery of the Bride? Wearing heavy jewellery in this season will bring happiness on the Bride’s face, and the photos will turn out to be really good compared to wearing heavy jewellery in other seasons as it causes crankiness.
The Main Dress
Nothing can keep the Bride warmer than velvet or a raw silk blouse or lehenga and make her look gorgeous at the same time. These fabrics never fail to give a royal look. The preferable colors can be Maroon and Royal Blue, as these also give warmth to the body as the dark colors absorb a lot of heat.
May it be a Sangeet or a Mehendi function, the Bride can wear a simple, sober and elegant Shawl with her outfit to protect herself from the winter breeze, as no one would like to fall ill right before their marriage; would they? Pashmina or Kashmiri Shawl would look as elegant as ever. It has a rich look, and it would make you feel royal.
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There are a lot of functions in an Indian wedding. If it is a function that includes just the close relatives and friends, the Bride can wear a really graceful Anarkali with just the right amount of jewellery. Wearing heavy or light jewellery depends up on the amount of embroidery on the dress; if there is heavy embroidery then the Bride can wear light jewellery, and vice-versa. Long Anarkali with a chudidhar and a graceful dupatta would look just right if it is high-collared and full-sleeved. It will look royal, as well as feel comfortable.
If the Bride is planning to wear a Saree or a Lehenga, then wearing a cape on top of it would look extremely gorgeous, with heavy ear-pieces and elegant color(s) of the dress. Being totally covered in your outfit will definitely not make you feel and look good.
So, using the fabric that you can totally rely on is the best choice. The Bride can be totally comfortable after all the pressure that she has had, and people can admire her whole heartedly. The best thing about a winter fabric is that the Bride does not have to wear a gazillion layer of clothes under her wedding dress. All she needs is a perfect fabric. For the Bride to be sustainable throughout the wedding, one needs to be comfortable with what she is wearing. So, if you are planning a picture-perfect wedding, stay cozy and warm and look as elegant as ever.