?! But when you do shop that much in one go, chances are you might end up with similar looking stuff and crib about it later. Like my trousseau is full of anarkalis
and now I have just had enough of it. To get you sorted, we put together 6 new suit styles for your trousseau so everytime you open that wardrobe, there’s a whole lot of variety to chose from.
1. The oh-so-pretty sharara
If there is one thing every to-be-married girl must have in her trousseau, it’s the sharara. Shararas
are not just high on style quotient, they also look very pretty and flatter almost every body type. As a newlywed, you could wear it to office and even for family functions where you want to look dressed up without putting on those heavy suits. We love this chanderi
light green and peach set by BIBA. The delicate embroidery and the pretty white dupatta
are just gorgeous. To complete your newlywed look, accessorise it with kundan jhumkis
and your favorite juttis.
POPxo Recommends: Straight Silk Chanderi Suit Set (Rs 7,995)
2. The classic churidar style
have been around forever and no matter how many new trends come in, the classic churidar
will always stay. And that’s why you’ve got to have one in your trousseau. From dinners with relatives to family outings and small functions at home, this cotton-silk long kurti
is just perfect. The striking red colour combined with zari
work makes the set look regal. Pair it with chunky gold bangles and kolhapuri chappals.
Wear it with heels if the occasion is slightly more dressier!
POPxo Recommends: Silk Cotton Zari Top with Cotton Churidar (Rs 3,080)
3. An elegant anarkali
Let’s admit, no wardrobe is complete without a gorgeous anarkali.
It’s always our first choice when we have to attend a family wedding or a friend's sangeet.
And while the market is full of options, we especially like this stunning creation by Rohit Bal for Jabong. We love the billowing look, lots of ghera
and the embellished detachable orange jacket that gives it a truly royal feel. You also have the option of wearing it in two absolutely different ways. You could let go off the jacket and pair it with a heavy dupatta
in another colour when you have two set of functions with the same crowd in attendance!
POPxo Recommends: Beige Churidar Set (Rs 9,500)
4. Patialas are all the rage!
Sometimes you want to go all desi
girl and what better than a patiala salwaar
suit to bring that style out. Made even more popular by Kareena Kapoor Khan in Jab We Met
, the good ol’ patiala
manages to make an impact even today! This pretty salmon and orange set is the perfect fit for a newlywed’s trousseau. For your special first year functions to family gatherings, it’s sure to fetch you tons of compliments. Pair it with jhumkis
and lots and lots of bangles!
POPxo Recommends: Salmon Patiala Salwaar Kameez Set (Rs 8,813)
5. The stylish fitted pants
There will be days when you would want to take a break from the OTT traditional stuff and give your style a quirky modern twist. And it’s best to have an outfit ready for that time too! A maxi-style tunic paired with well-fitted pants is just the outfit you need. The trendy print, the zip details and the super-cute colour combination of grey and yellow, this one’s a must have. When you’re meeting your besties the first time after you tied the knot or joining back work after the long break, this Indo-western set is what you’d want to wear.
POPxo Recommends: Beige Printed Kurta Pant Set (Rs 8,750)
6. The ever popular palazzos!
Palazzos are every girl's love! They are like the comfiest and the prettiest thing to pair with our kurtis
and they are also very much in vogue right now. Initially, they were paired with long, well-fitted kurtis,
but now we’ve spotted celebrities wearing them with anarkalis
too! Add the element of ‘wow’ to your trousseau with this baby pink anarkali
and palazzo set. Pair it with delicate danglers and your favorite pair of strappy heels for an elegant evening look.
POPxo Recommends: Pink Embroidered Palazzo Set (Rs 3,150)
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Putting together a trousseau is just too much fun! Imagine shopping for all your Indian wear all in one go!! Sounds exciting