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Style for bride and her sisters – colleagues in this wedding season

New York: A model walks the ramp showcasing a traditional Indian attire at a fashion show in New York on Sunday. PTI Photo(PTI7_14_2014_000153B)

Today :- Feb – Every time style mien rahne ka… Yes this wedding season you must look stunning and different so, here is fashion for all.Saris, lehngas, gowns-what should you wear to a wedding that will make a serious sartorial statement? Dusty Pinks, romantic whites or fiery red – what’s the perfect wedding colour? If these questions are haunting you now that the wedding season in upon us, worry not! No matter who you represent at the wedding –the bride’s sister, the BFF or a colleague-We’ve got you covered. Get set for your wedding season style round-up, as we present some of the top trends of this time
For the host of rituals in the morning, slip into something traditional with a modern twist. In certain Indian customs, red and white are considered auspicious, but this wedding season, you can ditch the silk sari for a beautiful, red kurta with slits on both sides and in the middle. Pair it with a white on white brocade, flared maxi skirt for an edgy twist. Throw a pair of chunky danglers and tie your hair in a neat bun, you’re ready t turn heads at that wedding!
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You know that some of the guests will only ask you awkward questions like, “When are you getting married?”Make sure you are too glam to give a damn! Gone are the days when a navel-revealing lehnga was considered the hottest wedding outfit. Play with different textures in an embroidered choli and a simple yet gorgeous lehnga that starts above the navel. Add just the right amount of bling with a traditional headgear. Downplay the eye makeup and use a dark shade of lipstick (think maroon and plum) and tie your hair up.
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For this look, slip into a sexy, backless anarkali gown. A gown that looks traditional in the front and more revealing in the back is a great way to stand out at such ceremonies. The allure lies in the look-twice factor. Who ways you have to go berserk with makeup and accessories because you are the second-most important person after the bride? Instead you can look the part with some dewy makeup and a hint of pink on the lips. Play it subtle and let the outfit do the rest of the talking for your you.
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Okay, risky business, this, Now, unless you are best friends with her, don’t go overboard with the look. Take a cue from our look book. An ankle-length gown with cut-outs near the midriff is your go-to option in this case. A little detailing near the neck will give the look a traditional spin.Main photo curtsy PTI
By Teennews1 Network Team

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