Styling guide this wedding season

December 24, 2019
Styling guide this wedding season

Wedding attires may be a notion that is most sought after, well thought out and dreamt about. However, fitting those pieces of aspirations perfectly into reality is probably the toughest of tasks. Even when it is not your wedding, in this age of social media, styles can easily become hard to keep up with. Thus, we are here to offer you some guidance suited for the bride and groom and their wedding party.

Red is the essence of the Bengali bride. However, if you are looking to give this classic look a modern twist, go for silver jewelry peices. Instead of a red benarasi, you can opt for an equally elegant handcrafted red jamdani with unconventional golden detailing. Add a muslin dupatta and red roses to your hair bun and you are all set to be the most gorgeous bride.

Why should red be enjoyed only by women? Experience a crimson delight, in these embroidered coaties by Aarong.  

If you are looking to break conventions in the most soothing way, opt for delicate pastels for you special day. For the bride, it can be a beautiful pastel green Jamdani, paired with a floral dupatta and golden jewelries with pearl details. For the groom, it can be an equally beautiful contrasted golden coaty with modern cuts. Together, you will be set to make the dreamiest statement of the year.

When it comes to the wedding party, katans have always been an eternal favorite. Suiting the somberness of the season, choose this vintage wholesome magenta and black saree. Top it off with a pair of silver jewelleries and you will get an ageless ensemble. Get your beau in on this somber magic in a complimentary deep magenta jacquard coaty.

The wedding party styles have evolved over the years from loud bright colors to unconventional dusky hues. Riding on this trend, try the classic katans with intricately bronze shine. Let the shine of your saree enjoy the limelight of the evening as you pair your outfit with a pair of muted copper studs. For the men, sherwanis can give off the same glimmer and shades in jacquard.