Whenever we log in to our Facebook account, someone or the other gets married. Right?? With so many weddings round the corner, we get stressed about finding the perfect attire for our bff’s marriage, or some relative’s engagement. But aren’t you bored of wearing anarkalis or straight cut suits just like me? If you are amongst those who really want to experiment with their style this wedding season, then I have some suggestions for you or maybe some style cheats 😉

  • If you are keen on wearing a saree, then try embroidered or studded capes over blouses to give a more ethnic look even to a simple saree. Buy here


What to wear this wedding season

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  • You can try out capes even with dhoti pants, palazzos or gowns. Buy here


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  • Leave the bright and vibrant lehengas for the bride. Opt for pastels, browns or white with mesh patterns or intricate embroidery. Don’t go overboard with sequins or stones, keep it limited to a particular area of your attire. Buy here

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  • If you are too lazy to carry a lehenga, but don’t want to lower your glam quotient, then a crop top with a skirt would be an appropriate choice for you. Buy here

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  • You don’t need to shiver in the cold out there, just pair your palazzo, pants, sharara or lehenga with a jacket. You can find such trendy cum ethnic jackets at any mall or designer store. Buy here

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  • Ditch your anarkalis this time and wear a draped kurta instead. It would not only raise your fashion quotient but also give you a sleek look. Buy here

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So, try these tips & tricks to stand out of the crowd.

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