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The Necessary Guide On What to Wear On An Indian Wedding
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Buying Indian wedding wear can’t be easy. Whatever your religious background, Indian bridal wears can surely appreciate your unique sense of fashion on your big day. Among a huge range of bridal outfits available on the market, there are three basic styles you should choose, including churidar suits, sarees and designer bridal lehenga.

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The Three Best Choices for Indian Bridal Wear: –

  1. Churidar Suits: – A churidar suit is the most popular style Indian bridal wear. In fact, the churidar is the lower part of a theasian suit, the leggings which are gathered at the ankle. These suits can be worn with an anarkali dress, which’s quite long and can fit and flare at the waist.

Though the style of churidar is quite practical and comfortable to wear, you can wear them on your wedding and look gorgeous flaunting your own style statement. All the Indian suits come with stoles, known as dupattas. They can be worn on over a shoulder or across the neck, back for more elegant look.

  1. Sarees: – Traditional and designer sarees are considered to be the benchmark of Indian attire and are preferred choice for bridal attires as the saree showcases the richness of the color, design and obviously the culture. The sarees are nothing but the long pieces of fabric that needs you to pleat around the waist and drape across your shoulder. You need to wear it with a cropped top, known as the choli. Though you know sarees come in wide arrays of colors, including different embroidery patterns, ethnic and stonework. More often, bridal designer sarees are available in silk, georgette and satin fabric. After all, saree is a traditional Indian wear, that’s a symbol of culture and is worn by every Indian woman regardless of body or height shape.
  1. Lehenga: – The Indian bridal lehnga or lehenga is simply just a long pleated skirt with embroidery. It comes in so many styles including mermaid, straight cut, A-line and more. On top you need to wear a matching blouse or choli, depending upon your preferences. Let me make a note here that, lehnga style saree is the latest trend of bridal wear in India. Hence, it’s highly recommended to buy designer bridal lehenga today; if you really don’t want to pleat and drape the fabric like saree. This designer bridal lehenga needs to just wrap and tuck! No doubt you’ll look beautiful with this elegant piece of designer bridal lehenga.

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Conclusion: – Do you want to buy designer bridal lehenga? If so, then check out stylish collection of designer bridal lehenga online on Silk Threads and look stunning as well as get ultimate appreciation for your bridal lehenga embellished with elegant style and graceful designs.

I hope this post will give you enough insight into a variety of options available to wear on your Indian wedding. Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comment box below! And don’t forget to visit our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest page.

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