Are you the sister of the bride? If yes, then trust me, you are the third most important person at the wedding. The first and second place goes to the bride and groom, obviously! And being the bride's sister, your shaadi outfits are as important as the bride's. If your family is planning a winter wedding and you're unable to go out shopping due to the #Coronavirus outbreak, then online shopping is the solution.
This can be an amazing choice for the D-day. Accessorise it with gorgeous chaandbaalis and voila! As for the makeup, a bright red lipstick is all you need.
You might be one of the most important people at the wedding, but being the sister of the bride involves a lot of running around. How about going for an easy-breezy pre-stitched saree? Not only is it fuss-free, but it also looks stunning. Plus, ruffles are a major style statement these days.
A crop top and skirt combo paired with a floor-length cape is just about as stylish as it gets. Grey is also a popular colour at weddings these days and this look is perfect for the cocktail night. Do add a statement bracelet to your OOTD!
For me, it’s the dupatta and its border that’s doing the trick. It’s different and yet so traditional. Plus, white always looks elegant. For a morning do, pair it with chaandbalis and a statement maangtika.
Masaba Gupta is the go-to designer for quirky outfits with fun prints and vibrant colours. This three-piece set features a skirt, a bustier and a shrug and the fuchsia pink colour is to-die-for! I can already imagine myself wearing this at my bbf's mehendi!
A Banarasi saree is perfect for you if you're planning to go all traditional at the wedding. The addition of gajra and temple jewellery will make you look ethereal. Needless to say, all eyes will be on you.
Peplum tops are totally in trend right now, and you can go for them if you don't wanna wear a regular lehenga choli. Paired with palazzos and a net dupatta, this is perfect for the haldi ceremony.
Well, if you love every shade of pink, like me, this pink printed lehenga set is for you. A printed set, you can wear this at your sister's wedding. Since the set looks quite elaborate, you don't have to bother about going heavy on the jewellery.
For all my curvacious beauties, this silhouette is going to flatter your curves and how! The ivory colour also allows you to experiment with jewellery and add colour to your makeup. A statement clutch and you're set to make an appearance.
This gorgeous anarkali suit is perfect for you for the haldi ceremony or even the dhol night. The deep neckline allows you to go heavy on the earrings and a bright shade of lipstick will brighten up your look even more.
Stay home, stay safe and if you're planning the wedding from home, do check out these tips!
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