Just because your wedding ceremonies are traditional doesn't mean you have to compromise on your love for contemporary fashion trends.Think gharara salwars with capes and curve flattering saree gowns that look just as gorgeous as a lehenga or a saree. So, if you are looking to move away from the same old (traditional wedding outfits) and would like to experiment with fusion wear for your wedding functions, then you are on the right page. Go bold, take a chance and experiment! Give that heavy embellished lehenga a rest because our list of alternative wedding outfits will be your best bet. Take a look.
Of pastels and drapes
Same old saree drapes are so passé. Go a little hatke for your sangeet. We recommend this dusky green embroidered, off-shoulder pleated drape dress in cotton silk base with an attached chanderi silk cape. The embroidery, a sequins dabka and aari work, is perfect for those glitzy wedding shots.
Go bold with dhotis
Now, this is such a gorgeous upgrade to a Patiala salwar. A taupe brown dupion silk kurta, accented with intricate resham thread embroidery and gold cord work. The satin draped dhoti gives it such a stylish yet comfortable appeal. We love!
Cape it down
This charming pink and navy blue outfit comes with intricate floral embroidery that gives this outfit the fusion touch. Made from khadi fabric, it is perfect for when you want to look comfy yet stylish. Pair this ensemble with nude pumps to balance out the colour of the outfit.
Oh-so-hot shoulder drops!
Look nothing short of a diva in this plum pink gown that would be such a great choice for a cocktail or even a reception function. It comes with a 3D cut flower embroidered cape with a shoulder drop, which adds so much grace to the outfit. Go grab already!
Tulip pants are easy, light and comfy. We feel this outfit will be perfect for you when you want to be comfortable during your henna or even your haldi function. The bottle green crop top blouse features a bell sleeve, embellished with resham embroidery and sequins, making it one of our top favourites.
A nude coloured, floor length organza cape with pearls highlights is something we strongly recommend for your cocktail night. We mean, just look at it. Whether you opt for statement accessories or minimal ones, you’ll look just as gorgeous.
Crop top with a printed skirt
Lovers of print, rejoice! This yellow criss-cross style crop top paired with a printed raw silk skirt would be just so perfect with some shiny juttis. The 3/4th sleeve length makes it quite a great haldi outfit option.
This outfit would work so well if you don’t want wear a heavy outfit on your sangeet but still want to look just as stunning. This pink and beige draped gown would be an awesome pick for when you want to dance the night away, without having to worry about multiple pins or dupatta adjustments.
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