Besides planning what you have to wear for the wedding and the functions around it, the bride needs to think about the days coming ahead. From visiting people who are eager to meet the newly married couple to going for a series of pujas and other ghar ka functions, there is a lot lined up for you. If you’re wondering what to wear to these semi-formal events, here are a few kurtas to choose from!
1. Luscious Oxblood
This long kurta with a slit in front is just right when you want to accessorize well. From a minaudiere in your right hand and a stylish watch on the other, team this up with statement earrings and you’re set!
This fancy long kurti is for the bride who is a fashionista to the core. The one shoulder net pattern with pretty flowers gives this an edgy vibe. Don some dainty earrings and a bracelet to dazzle the world.
Who doesn’t love a classic anarkali to save the day when you’ve run out of outfit ideas. This gorgeous kurta with the little bit of razzmatazz here and there is swell! Team this with a contrasting coloured churidaar to make the pink work for you!
A leheriya in fluid silk that falls easily on the body is one thing every bride wants after the heavy outfits that she has worn in the last few days. Pair this with different coloured pyjamas and walk around confidently!
A mandarin collar anarkali with pretty bootas and some gold sheen makes for one rich kurta option. Wear this with tiny gold earrings and pick a lower in the colours of the kurta. You are all set to charm the universe.
This is for the party where you have to turn out polished and smart yet keep the bright hues in mind. Wear this pleasant kurta with the elaborate neck details with white pants and heels to strut around like a bosslady!
A cool blue ombre kurta is gorgeous to say the least. The high-low hemline and those little gold spots along with the metalled neckline, makes this traditional yet new-fashioned. Wear this with a white churidaar and some slinky stilettos to a party.
How can we resist this vivid, liquified kurta? The fall and the hues, with the tiny coral peeping out and the non-fussy neckline is all we are dreaming of! Wear this with silver danglers, bangles and shiny slip ons.
An aqueous life deserves some flowy spirit and that too in the all-time favourite shade of blue. It’s got white trimmings that highlight the best features of the cloth and can be paired with white for a clean look.
Gold looks richer when paired with a deep royal blue. This bold kurta has the best aspect in form of the beauteous gold embroidered motif right in the centre. Wear this with gold palazzos and dazzle one and all.
A classic combination of mango and rust can never go wrong. Put on a bindi and some bright lipstick along with some gold earrings to complete the ensemble. We would recommend you carry a bag in a third colour like emerald green!
A short kurti but sweet nonetheless. This jacquard mint kurti could be paired with an voluminous sharara for a festive look and cigarette pants for an everyday feel. It’s a darling shade of mint and has the richest elements.
This is for the woman who is easily fascinated by radiant colours. The mirror work jacket camouflaged with the exaggerated fall of the garment is one delightful combination. Wear this with classic jhumkis and kolhapuris.
A beige kurta for the days you want to step away and try something understated. The touch of turquoise along with the asymmetrical hemline makes this one a contemporary piece. Wear this with turquoise cigarette pants and nude heels for a complete look.
This cleverly styled kurta is for the woman who has an eye for unique things. The gota patti on the neckline, the vibrant red and the balancing indigo block printed fabric, all in all makes up for one modish kurta!
We love the deep teal colour of this classic angrakha. It’s a break from the hues of reds and pinks. The tiny gold spots and the jazzy hemline makes this dressy enough to be worn to a party. Toss on a pendant and bold studs to add finesse.
This double layered fun is for the woman who talks in technicolour. The chevron patterned hemline along with the pleated layer adds drama to this already brilliant coloured kurta! Finish this with a smile. :-)