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The Best Outfits To Try This Wedding Season

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We all have this thing for ceremonies, especially in our Indian culture, it’s considered to be the vital ritual to practice.

This century is all about how well we express ourselves, and clothing is one of the responsive ways to identify one’s personality. We all have something to say, even if we don’t regard ourselves as bloggers or influential speakers. You want to be heard.

An Outfit gives you a chance to connect with people who believe in the same things that you do, follow the same culture as you do. Sometimes you may use a blog to put your business out there. Whatever, maybe your reason to blog, in the end, you want to build an audience base and give them a good experience. You want to connect with them.

For Indians, Sangeet is one of the most awaited pre-ritual as it is a function full of fun and frolic. From funky dance performances to colorful and stylish outfits, a sangeet is an occasion full of chaos, laughter, and excitement.

The best part about these chaotic functions is that there are no cumbersome rules or regulations, which means everyone gets their own way of freedom and choice to celebrate the wedding wholeheartedly.

It’s one of the golden platforms where one can even experiment with the dressing style and reflect their own personal fashion sense in this event.

Think of the last time you tried to explain a difficult concept to someone?

How did that sketch end up? The reality is, sometimes words alone are not enough. That’s when your outfit speaks volumes on behalf of you. Let’s just start with this.

1.Chunnad-style Maxi skirt: It’s not only trending but also comfortable ethnic wear. Looking beautiful is one thing, but at the same time, you need to enjoy the moment as well. Maxi skirt is a mature dressing style. It’s adapted from the Scottish style of clothing and quite famous nowadays.

  1. Neck Slit Maxi Tunic with Embroidered Pants: Pants are regarded as “new cool “sangeet collection. We all are trying to bridge the gap between the present and then the previous generation. It is preferred for all age groups, be it you, your momma, or your daughter.

 

  1. Anarkali tunic with simple dupatta: I love dupatta. I just love them, and we can easily place them wherever we want them to be. Choose your dress with seamless embroidery, be it Patiala or plain suit; it adds flavors to your outfit.

 

  1. heavy embroidery Kurti: Many functional families tend to invite professional Qawali, Pakiza, and Ghazal singers for making the Sangeet ceremony more natural and lively. Heavy silver or golden-ish embroidery is an ideal option for stylish cuts kurta and kurta’s waist designs.

5.bridal lehengas: Go for free-flowing and comfortable dresses. Personally, for me, the ceremony is one such occasion to free myself from all the stress and to get rid of daily lifestyle so our clothes should also reveal the same. Go for some funky and FUN shake vibrant shades of colors and shake your legs and enjoy the party mood. This kurta is an ideal option for this occasion.

While girls prefer lehenga, ghagra cholis, salwar kameez, and saris, boys prefer to show up in sherwanis and Punjabi churidars.

6. Saree gowns: If you guys want to try the vintage style, then go for gowns. They have adopted the French style of clothing. They look fabulous on the brides or bridesmaids at sangeet occasions. Somedays you want to look dressy and yet be comfortable, opt for cape gowns, Anarkali gown or original outfits so you can enjoy the event without worrying about your outfit.

Saree gowns or simply sarees with stylish contemporary drapes look great on taller and slimmer silhouettes. With the perfect matching styling of shoes and accessories, one can rock the saree with a twist at Sangeet ceremonies.

Always remember to add a touch of Indian fusion to your western jumpsuits, shirts, palazzos. Go for different shades of lunatic Sherwanis and Lehengas. It will also look great with the Same Suit and Gown Colour.

Let’s rock this wedding season!

 

 

 

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