Five Last Minute Outfit Ideas To Explore This Wedding Season

Radhika lyengar

Content Manager - Let Me Analyze

“Beta, Jewelry dekh le” Beta, heels kya pehnegi dekh le?”

These are some of the popular phrases our mothers say before the wedding season.

While working a full-time job, managing time, and doing self-care, outfits are the last thing on mind.

I mean c’mon, who even goes out to buy clothes anymore? Isn’t Myntra, Amazon, Nykka, our saviors.

We understand how difficult it is to take care of our own needs while taking care of others.

The moment you understand this, you’re left with the question - What am I going to wear???? 😭

All the aunties will comment non-stop if you wear the same outfit from last year.

Fear not! We’re here to take care of you from all your aunties. Our list of outfit ideas will make sure you blend in and look like a patakha.

Let’s dive in!

1. Indo western

Creating outfits from scratch is one hell of a task! Finding the matching pajama with your kurti can be tiresome. This shaadi season, ditch the traditional look and go indowestern. Elevate your denims with beads, shells, and crochet work. Pair it up with flowy kaftans, chic boho tops for a striking look. You can also elevate your look with a fusion blend of a casual plain top with colorful pants. These colorful pants give off a festive vibe and can also be worn with plain tops of different colors.

2. Co-ord set

Co-ord sets have always been in fashion, but they seem to be making rounds these days.

Opt for a dark-colored blazer top and pair them up with flowy pants.

Pants made with fabric like crepe, velvet, satin, are perfect for a wedding look. You can also add a bright banarasi dupatta to elevate this classy look.

For someone who feels a bit chilly during winters, wearing thicker fabrics can be a game changer!

3. Timeless Masterpiece - A Saree

If there’s one piece of clothing which will be at your home it would be a saree!

The best part about wearing a saree is that you don’t always need accessories with it.

So, embrace your roots with a beautiful saree and enjoy the functions with your friends and family.

We highly suggest you wear either a Chanderi or Patola saree. The sarees we mention are lux and will make you feel royal.

4. Traditional suits

f you are someone who finds grace in the typical traditional suits like Salwar-Kurta along with dupattas or Anarkali dresses, then you can always play with colorful dupattas.

Remember how actresses like Madhubala from the late 90s and other bollywood actresses style dupattas by making a jacket out of it.

There are many ways to style a dupatta and this is just one of them.

5. Reuse Old Saree And Lehenga

Transform your traditional sarees and lehengas into trendy outfits by modifying sleeves, necklines, or switching to contemporary tops.

Lehengas can be restyled with net jackets or capes. Skip the dupatta for a sexier look, or drape an additional fabric with the skirt like wraparound for a royal one.

We understand how busy it gets during the end of the year and sometimes it becomes hard to find time for yourself and find an outfit as well.

That’s why you need experts to create beautiful outfit combinations for you. We survey and consult experts around us to provide you with outfit ideas and combinations that are going to rock your shaadi look.

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