Indian weddings are known for their grandeur and majesty. Glittering decorations, sparkling jewelry assortment, opulent wedding wear collections, lavish cuisines, all sum up to bring out a grand occasion which ultimately plays a pivotal role in the lives of the bride and the groom. Anarakali salwar kameez for the bride's friends and cousins, lehengas and designerwear sarees for the bride, wedding sherwani for the groom, Indo-western sherwanis for groom's brothers are some formal outfits which are in vogue as wedding wear fashion.
There is so much to choose from that a bride can mix and match and create something unique and exclusive for herself. Anarkali salwar kameez, which has been in vogue from the past few seasons always scores more than the other styles available in salwar kameez designs. Anarkali salwar kameez, are perfect for the bride's pre-and-post wedding ceremonies. One can experiment with different necklines, length of sleeves and embellishments to modernize the anarkali, and look stunning.
We always think of bright colors, embellishments, luxe fabrics when we think of our wedding wear but the utmost thing which gets skipped from our mind is the comfort factor. A wedding dress should be as comfortable as it is luxurious. It should not be too fitted as you need to spend long hours wearing it. One should select light weight fabrics like chiffon, chanderi, organza, net or satin silk, embellished with sequins, beads, pearls, Swarovski, turquoise stones and crystal work.
Although there's a lot that the bride can experiment with, the groom has limited options to select from. Traditional wedding sherwani and Indo western sherwani are the options which the groom can opt for his wedding day. According to the latest trends and tips by fashion experts, traditional wedding sherwani forms the perfect garb for the wedding day while Indo-western wedding sherwani works well for the reception ceremony.
Grooms-to-be can try Indo-western sherwanis, Jodhpuri suits or fashionable wedding sherwanis embellished with intricate craftsmanship to look regal and exclusive. Fabrics like velvet, brocade, and satin work best for the wedding attire as they add to the rich look. Zari work, stone embellishments, zardosi embroidery on a darker palette like brown, rust, rust red, aubergine and black look beautiful, when teamed up with a gorgeous dupatta around the neck.