I’m sure we would all love to be able to do that but it’s just not reality. I believe at this time of our lives, the time of nappy changes, spare kids clothes filling our handbags and having an endless supply of wipes on hand, that we need a staple to our wardrobe. A piece that can be worn with most things and can made made look different and appropriate for different occasions; it’s an investment and this comes down to a dress, a simple staple dress.
So, here I am presenting some ways to staple it :-
Sheer blouses are in. Go for sleeves in tulle, net or organza. Floral motifs and embroidery add a Victorian appeal.
Layer Up With A Jacket
There are a million ways you can sport a jacket with Indian bridal wear. Replace your choli or crop top with a short, embellished jacket or skip the dupatta and wear a long-slit, full-length jacket. A cape jacket can also make for a great alternative.
Add Ruffled Romance
From a ruffled sari pallu to dupatta and lehengas with elaborate ruffles, incorporated this trend into your wedding outfit to adda a bit of sophisticated drama. Ruffles in pretty pastel hues are delicate, feminine and trendy.
TIP: pick colors like light pink, mint, sky blue and peach.
Other Styles You can Try
Do the shoulder trick
Give your traditional choli a fresh twist by adapting the season’s popular “shoulder show-off” trend.
Embrace black and grey
Get in touch with your dark side. Reds, maroons, yellows and greens are definitely classic and lovely, but there’s something striking about a bride bucking the tradition in hot, goth colors like black, grey, midnight blue and deep violet.
Flaunting a toned collarbone is an express ticket to adding a hint of sex appeal to the bridal look!