Desi shaadis have nothing less than four to five elaborate functions and when your sister is getting married, you’ve got make sure that you look fabulous at each one of them! The mehendi, the sangeet, the weddings, just so many outfits to shop for! Also, you can’t be wearing a lehenga for every event. So ladies, as you prep and plan every detail of the wedding, here’s a little help from our side. Take a look at 15 sister of the bride outfits for the girl who does not want to wear a lehenga!
Beautiful in blush
Ghararas are all the rage this shaadi season and we can’t tell you just how much we love this blush pink set with gota patti work. For the wedding or the sangeet, just wear a pair of oversized chaandbalis and you’re done!
For the fashionista
Add a bit of oomph to your cocktail look with this stylish suit set. A cape style kurta with a halter neck, this is just so stylish. Also, we love that colour! Slip on those high heels and swipe on a bright red lipstick to make heads turn.
Cape it up!
A long cape blouse and a tomato red colour, this skirt set is fashion forward and will make you look like a true diva! A perfect pick for the wedding night, keep the makeup subtle and wear a striking hair accessory to stand out.
Anarkalis are always a great bet and a vibrant magenta anarkali will make you look wedding ready. From a day function to night, this mirror work outfit is sure to make you look stunning. A lip colour to match and pretty juttis will complete your look.
Dreamy in turquoise
For an elegant look at your sister’s mehendi, this turquoise suit set is just the prettiest ever. We love the crinkled palazzo set and the fitted kurta. Slip into your juttis and wear a pretty pair of chaandbalis to complete the look. And don’t forget that pink lipstick!
Style up in dhotis!
Can’t tell you just how much we love this! Mustard dhoti pants paired with a green tie and dye cape. The front slit, the quirky latkan - this outfit screams attention! A messy side bun, high heels and chunky bangles are the way to go.
Minimal yet stylish
An off white peplum top paired with matching palazzos and a printed dupatta, this is as classy as things can get. We adore those hand cut shoulder straps and when worn for a morning function, this will look just fab. A tight bun with statement earrings will set you apart.
For the love of pastels
Pastels are all that we’re seeing this shaadi season. And as the sister of the bride, you’ve got to wear the colour at least for one of your functions. A gota patti sharara, this will look beautiful with dull gold jewellery and high heels.
A striking orange saree with a heavy gold sequined border, this will totally make you shine at the wedding. Orange complements a dusky skin tone extremely well and paired with gold jewellery, it will look just perfect!
The angrakha style
A maroon-purple angrakha style kurta and sharara, this will give you a truly royal look. Be it the sangeet or the wedding, the silhouette of this outfit and the beautiful colour will make you look spectacular. Opt for vintage jewellery pieces to go with this one.
The sexy drape saree
Nothing looks hotter than a gown saree. It hugs your curves at just the right places and is so comfortable to carry off. Subtle sequined and beaded embroidery and a pleated front, this is just perfect for the sister of the bride.
Keeping it classy
A cotton silk straight suit with delicate silver embroidery, this is such a classy suit set. Paired with straight pants, it’s a fabulous choice for the girl who has a lot of running around to do at the wedding! A bright pink lipstick will go perfectly well with this outfit.
Gorgeous in a gown
Look like a true princess at your sister’s reception in this dark green gown. Featuring intricate zardosi embroidery, this is one outfit that’ll make sure that all eyes are on you! A stylish bun and pretty danglers will complete your look.
A handwoven banarasi saree in peach, this is one elegant pick for the wedding night. Pair it with your mom’s gold jhumkas and a choker necklace. A potli bag and a nice wine lipstick is just what you need to complete your look.
Glow in yellow!
A yellow mulmul gown, with tons of flare, the rani pink and silver gota patti lining, totally makes this crush worthy. Perfect for the mehendi function, we say! Go heavy on the accessories with lots of bangles and a quirky head piece.
Go ahead girl, start shopping!