What To Wear To A Wedding Apart From Sarees And Anarkalis
It's your friend's wedding and you want to look your ethnic best. However, the predictable sarees and anarkalis do not really help you make an impression. So what to wear to a wedding apart from the tried and tested ethnic wears? Here are some other options that you can try to rock the traditional look. Check them out.
Kurti And Skirt Combo
Ditch the saree and go for a short, embroidered kurti paired with a long traditional skirt. This combination can look even better when coupled with a heavy-bordered dupatta. A flowy skirt with a well-fitted short kurti is a great way to flaunt your ethnic side. Big statement earrings and a pushed-back hairdo is all you need to accessorize this look.
Crop Top And Lehenga
Swap the traditional choli with a chic crop top to create a perfect Indo-Western look. Pair a box-shaped silk crop top with full sleeves with a flowy glittery lehenga and a bordered dupatta on one side. This look is edgy, stylish and truly ethnic at the same time.
A Play Of Accessories
Slip on a subtle flowy gown and accessorize it with an embroidered long or short jacket, blingy stilettos, jhumkas, and bangles. Go for contrasting shades like a gold gown and black jacket, pink gown with silver shoes. Accessories can make a whole lot of difference. You can also add a quirky spin to this look by throwing on a pair of shades and of course that killer attitude.
Try The Angrakha
As sophisticated as the name sounds, this is a traditional flared frock that can be coupled with palazzo pants, lehengas or churidaars. A heavily embellished angrakha, a neatly tied bun and smokey eyes is the perfect combination to make heads turn. You can wear flat pumps or Kolhapuri chappals with an angrakha for distinct visual appeal.
So the next time you are wondering what to wear to a wedding, try out these options. Mix and match different styles to create a look that cannot go unnoticed.