Instagram is currently filled with celebrities and influencer’s wedding pictures in a very fancy and rich location or otherwise. Who doesn’t love looking at everyone’s wedding pictures and dream about yours? It’s the wedding season apparently and everyone who has to attend one is more baffled than the main people. Since it’s the wedding season, I decided to jot down a few options for Indian Wedding Guest Attires. Call it a cheat post to get you sorted for the upcoming weddings or festivities.
The moment you receive an invitation to a wedding, the first thing that comes to your mind is “What Should I Wear?”. And if this is the first time you would be attending a wedding, then this post is a saviour. You might have a lot of Salwar Suits stacked in your wardrobe, but that still leaves you clueless. We Indians walk straight to salwar suits for religious festivities or cultural functions.
Did you know there are various designs and options when it comes to Salwar suits? From the very conventional plain salwar suit to Anarkali. I am going to showcase a few of my favourite picks from the World Wide Web. You can either buy it online or head to the local market for the fabric and get it stitched. The later one is surely time-consuming but if you don’t have much time, please stick to the traditional Indian attire websites.
- If you are a person who has a sophisticated sense of style, you can go for a simple solid colour salwar suit and style with a grand dupatta. Also, works perfectly for a day event like Haldi and Mehendi.
- Not keen on styling a dupatta, you can choose a designer Anarkali which looks like a long maxi dress but also had a traditional touch to it.
- As a blogger, I love experimenting with different styles, off late I have been keen on owning a sharara suit. It’s basically a salwar suit with a flared pants or a flowy skirt.
- My personal go-to salwar suits are the ones that can be styled with palazzo and straight pants. They look smart and chic. Also, is a perfect attire as an work wear. Most of us have events at work that requires us to wear something ethnic.
I hope this post helps you with any upcoming or future events that require you to dress up in an Indian attire.