What Should Guests Wear To A Wedding This Season?
Let us for a while shift the spotlight from the bride and groom to the guests and discuss what they should wear and what they should not to a wedding. While there are many ground rules for dressing up for a wedding, the most important one is, wear something that is comfortable and does not look over do. Well, that of course, does not mean you will wear a too casual and simple cloth, but at least not something brighter and gaudier than the wedding couple. Here are some tips that you can follow in your next wedding invitation.
Keep it subtle and elegant
There are many women who you will find wrapped in a glossy fabric and an extravagant jewellery to show off at a wedding ceremony. But that’s not the way you should express your fashion statement. While the trend is “less is more”, add a minimal bling to your ensemble. Wear a saree, lehenga or anarkali suit of subtle colour and accessorize it with a pretty set of jewellery for flaunting a simple yet elegant style. Keep your makeup to a minimum just about for adding a finishing touch.
Embrace a pastel shade
For a super-chic look this wedding season, go for a cool, soothing fuchsia pink saree. While this pastel shade of saree will complement the occasion, it will create a fabulous impression on others. For adding an extra bling, just pair it with a pretty piece of jewellery and flaunt a stunning hairstyle.
A little casual and chic look
An ethnic skirt with a crop top would also be a great pick if you want to express your fashion-forward style. It will create a unique statement in the occasion and grab the eyeball to you. Accessorize it with a pair of dangling earrings and a bracelet for lending a delightful twist to the overall ensemble.
Add some bling:
One thing that gets religiously noticed in an Indian wedding is the jewellery. So, bring out your stunning pieces and match them with the attire. However, make sure you that do not overdo it. Just wear a pretty neck piece with a matching pair of earrings for adding the necessary amount of bling to the outfit.