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YOUR WEDDING FASHION GUIDE


Issue Date 04 - 10 Feb, 2017 at 2:00 PM

Tying the knot? Attending a wedding? Stay on-point with your wedding style. The wedding season is in its full swing. The madness of the day ensued will soon become a thing of the past when you turn the leaves on the albums. But to get everything fit for a frame, brush up on the fashion must-haves. We have got you covered with quick solutions for the bride and groom and their parents and guests.


YOUR WEDDING FASHION GUIDE

For the duo of the day
Make sure your outfit is in harmony with the ambience of the venue. Also, think in terms of how your outfit will look in pictures.

The perfect bride
Colours: Pinks, corals, oranges
Big look: Look for sharp contrasts, like pastels paired with deep reds.
Embroidery pick: Delicate floral embroidery, resham rosettes and peeta jaal work are a big draw this season.
Style Tip: Tulle with antique jaal embroidery is a good combo for dupatta.

The groom room
Colours: Jewel tones like midnight blue, emerald green and royal maroon
Big look: Pick something that’s modern in cut and design yet traditional in its motifs.
Embroidery pick: Hand-embroidered zardozi is in vogue for festive menswear.
Style Tip: A turban in a contrasting colour can work as a major highlight.

The guest of honour
Colours: Greys and blacks
Big look: Define sexy by picking a fusion silhouette.
Embroidery pick: Pearl embroidery is chic this season.
Style Tip: Don’t be afraid to don dhoti pants.

The bro brigade
Colours: Pick combinations like vanilla-blue for contrast or go for tone-on-tone look.
Big look: Festive menswear with sporty elements (like stripes) is big trend.
Embroidery pick: Subtle threadwork
Style Tip: Never look too packaged.

Mommy dear
Colours: Avoid anything too bright.
Big look: A heritage woven sari.
Style Tip: Pair it with a contrast embroidered blouse.

Father figure
Colours: Muted shades that are somber yet striking.
Big look: Heritage pieces in classic cuts.
Embroidery pick: Chikankari
Style Tip: Go for Pathani dhotis instead of churidars, straight pants, and wraps.

The perfect wedding kit
A SOS stylist kit in your clutch always proves to be a life saver. It should have safety pins of different sizes, hair pins, a kohl pencil, lipstick and nude gloss handy.


YOUR WEDDING FASHION GUIDE




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