If you’re blessed with ample curves and in love with them then high five! ’Cause girl, a lot of us would kill for a body like that! And, like every body type, curvaceous women too have a set of outfit cuts and styles that flatter their bodies. Here are 6 gorgeous outfits for your wedding functions that you need to check out!
1. Magical maroon
Deep colours like maroon not just give your body a more defined silhouette, it is also one of the hottest colours this season. What we also love about this Nikhil Thampi creation is that it can be worn in two different ways. With the chunni and large chaandbalis for your sangeet. And if it’s the cocktail or reception you’re thinking off, then lose the chunni and wear it as a gown. Bold eye makeup and huge diamond drops will look just perfect.
We wanna buy this right away! It’s the prettiest thing we’ve seen in awhile. A gorgeous pink bandhani anarkali kurta by Anita Dongre, you totally need to consider this for your morning mehendi function. It’s paired with straight pants featuring golden gotapatti work. Super stylish and ultra pretty, this is a must have curvy bride outfit!
A royal set of a kalidaar jacket paired with pants, this is a great colour to wear for an evening ceremony. It won’t just flatter your curves but the rich embroidery will also make you look like a million bucks! For the engagement ceremony where you want to strike the perfect balance between modern and traditional, this is perfect. High heels and a bold lipstick will set you apart.
We totally believe in the power of the whole 9 yards! It’s the one thing that not just drapes around your waist beautifully but also makes every women look extremely sexy! So whether you are a size 6 or a size 16, the saree looks gorge on just about everyone (though tying it is quite a task!). This bright yellow-mustard is great for your wedding reception. Put on a kundan maangtikka and look just like a newly-married bride!
Another Anita Dongre creation that we absolutely love! It’s a bold choice of outfit for the girl who loves experimenting with her look. A classic raw silk gown with a plunging neckline and delicate gotapatti embroidery. This will look fab as your cocktail gown or even for an afternoon brunch and mehendi ceremony. Pair it with simple drop earrings and a handcuff for the function.
A pretty pistachio green jacket kurta teamed with a white sequinned lehenga looks like an absolutely refreshing outfit for a summer wedding. It’s fresh and young and perfect for the bride you hates overdoing it. Tie up your hair in a messy bun and opt for gold jhumkis or pearl earrings to complete your look. It’s a fab choice for the first ceremony which is usually the engagement. You can have the much heavier outfits in ceremonies that follow!