Who said you can’t wear black to a wedding function? No, you definitely can if you’re in 2017! Black is an offbeat choice, and as cliche as it sounds, one can never ever go wrong with this classic colour. So if you’re looking to stand out or just want to wear your favourite colour on your sleeve (quite literally!), here are 11 stunning bridesmaid outfits that don’t require you to compromise with your love for all things black! Check them out...
Can we just take a moment and appreciate this simple yet edgy semi stitched lehenga! Everything from the velvet blouse to the orange digitally printed lehenga exudes a rustic charm that would work, especially if you are looking to add a bit of quirk to your otherwise traditional look. What’s more, you could even skip the dupatta if you like! *adds to cart*
If you are looking to add a western touch to your attire, then this black enamelled co-ord set from Jessica Khanijo would be ideal. It comes with a sequinned cut sleeves blouse, comfortable dhoti pants and a superstar cape that will definitely make you the best looking bridesmaid in the house.
What do we say about this Anushree Agarwal masterpiece! It’s elegant and would flatter your curves like no other outfit. The black long gown comes with an attached half cape that beautifully contrasts with silver sequins, beads and leather embroidery that would work well on your bestie’s cocktail or even a sundowner party.
Straight cut magic
Who said straight cut kurtas are reserved only for mothers? They are making a comeback and how! The gorgeous outfit comes with an asymmetrical kurta, zari embroidered dupatta and comfortable palazzo pants that would make it such a perfect outfit to wear it on a sangeet function. Also, don’t forget to swipe on a bright red lipstick and some statement earrings for that added glamour.
This is such a perfect outfit to flaunt on your bestie’s wedding day. With a net embroidered choli and jacquard woven A-line lehenga, this outfit is such a stunner. Whether you decide to go with matching accessories or skip it entirely, it will still make heads turn!
Sure, a salwar suit is a trusted favourite amongst bridesmaids. But this A-line suit with breezy pants and a centre slit in the kurta gives it such a sexy uplift without that extra skin show! The slight embroidery on the neckline along with the golden lurex border on the dupatta make it such a great piece to wear at the reception function. Oh, and don’t forget the golden chandbaalis, they’d look amazing!
When in doubt, wear a saree! If you are a last minute hustler and still can’t decide on that one outfit to wear on your bestie’s shaadi day, then play safe and opt for a saree. A gorgeous black saree with contrasting golden zari border and stripes pattern would look amazing with a string of gajra and gold jhumkis.
You can never go wrong with a Masaba creation and this tribal man print saree is no exception. It comes with a matching all over gold border and a matching blouse piece so that you don’t have to run errands finding the right shade to go with your saree. A halter neck or even a cold shoulder blouse pattern would be enough to make you look every bit of a glam diva.
Look like royalty in this cold shoulder velvet anarkali suit by cBazaar. The floral patterns on the hem so beautifully contrast with the all-gold dupatta. Great for a reception or an engagement party, we say. Oh, and for that extra oomph, heels are a must!
Take your love for pant suits to the next level by wearing them in shaadi functions. And no, it doesn’t always have to look casual. The silk, jacket style straight cut pant suit with floral motifs is such a perfect mehendi attire. What’s more, with some statement accessories and sky high heels, you could easily transform this into a shaadi ready outfit for your bestie’s wedding day. What say?
Be comfortable yet stylish in this beige and black skirt and crop top set that also easily doubles up as a lehenga sans the dupatta. The raw silk and georgette skirt with gentle floral applique work would make for quite a stunning outfit with a pair of statement earrings and lots of bangles.