Wedding trousseau options for would-be brides
Marriage is one of the hardest, yet the most beautiful decision someone makes in their life. It is a blissful journey that two souls and two families live and enjoy together. And since it’s the biggest day of one’s life, one ought to look their best on the D-day.
When it comes to wedding trousseau, it is indeed the most special part for any girl, especially Indian brides. As soon as her wedding date gets fixed, shopping from new outfits and accessories gets started. If you are confused about the outfits that you are going to incorporate in your trousseau then, we’ve got some professional help for you. We got in touch with designer Seema Kashyap of The Front Row and asked her to list down some trending trousseau outfits options for brides of 2021.
Peplum sharara suit
Whether you are visiting your relative’s place `for the first time after wedding or you are going to attend a daytime puja, a peplum sharara suit can be a great option for every would-be bride’s trousseau. A heavily embroidered kurta and sharara combo with silk dupatta is worth all the attention.
Ready to wear sari
Wearing a sari can be a muddle if you are completely unknown to the process of draping. Henceforth, a ready to wear pre-draped sari can come to your rescue. Easy to wear and elegant in look, a pink hued sari in satin with embellished blouse or a blue coloured sari in crepe with beaded blouse could be a great choice for your after wedding parties and events. These pre-draped saris can enhance your look and also make you look slim.
Mirror work bandhini lehenga
Mirror work has undoubtedly made a comeback, that too with a bang this time. The specialty of Jodhpur is ruling the trends once again. For functions like Mooh Dikhai, Pag Phera, a mirror work bandhini lehenga in a bright colour is all that you need. Team it up with a mirror work blouse and georgette dupatta, and the amazingly beautiful combo will give you modern and ethnic vibes at the same time.
Block printed lehenga
If you are looking to go all traditional and yet to wear something comfortable, then a silk block printed lehenga with handwork is just apt for you! Just like mirror work, block prints also continue to gain applause for their rich history, technique and of course, style quotient. Wear a block printed lehenga with a silk blouse /choli and carry your look with a net dupatta.