Weddings bring with them a lot of excitement and fun for sure but also stress because of the various outfits you need to put together for each and every function. The struggle to look good and different in every one of those million functions is real. You don’t want people to feel you are not stylish and at the same time don’t want to play too safe. And your best friend’s wedding means double the struggle because you are too busy dealing with the tantrums of the bride to have enough time to put together your ensemble and you have to ensure you don’t outdo the bride or match her outfits. We understand the stress and so bring to you a list of outfits for you to wear.
The cape spells drama and delicate at the same time, giving an instant feminine look to you. This outfit is great for the reception party, you might have to do running around for your best friend, and a lehenga with cape needs minimum maintenance during the event, keeping your hands free and allowing you to pay attention to your best friend’s demands. Wear golden jhumkas or chandbalis, tie up your hair is a messy low bun or leave it open in loose curls, and a delicate bracelet on your wrist will add just the perfect finishing touch to your outfit.
The all time favourite lehenga deserves to be in every wedding outfit list ever. Wear it the traditional way or the modern. The lehenga is the all time dependable, go to option, for anybody who is not sure of trying out the new fashion trends. Opt for pastels colours or deep colours like the royal blue. Mirror work, floral designs, botanical designs seem to be in fashion currently. The trick to carrying off any lehenga is how you drape the dupatta, make sure to do it correctly. The lehenga in itself is enough and doesn’t ask for a lot of jewellery to be worn with it. Wear any big earrings of your choice matching your lehenga and pair it jootis for a comfortable look. You can add a kamarband for an added oomph factor. You can also try for variety of accessories to complete your outfit. Accessories not only complete your look but if the right ones are used then they completely change your look.
The ethnic skirt and top are a variation of the lehenga but a more convenient and hassle free choice of outfit. During a haldi function, ensuring to not get any haldi on your outfit is the biggest struggle, opt for a skirt and top combination, to allow yourself to run around, have fun and escape the haldi. Choose a Yellow outfit as it is such a happy colour and just perfect for the haldi function too. Keep it simple with this look for a haldi function, don’t go for too elaborate jewellery. For an outdoor function do not forget to match a cool pair of shade to go with your outfit.
Dealing with your dupatta with mehendi on your hands is a nightmare nobody wants to have to deal with in any wedding leave alone their best friend’s. The dhoti pants are an ideal option for mehendi functions. Pair the dhoti pants with a crop top, a jacket or a cape and you are ready to go. The dhoti pants have become quite the rage because There are variations to the dhoti, the jodhpuri This fuss free outfit spells chic. Wear it with stilettos or flats to complete your look.
The palazzo and top in all their variations look effortlessly voguish and extremely comfortable. Wear the palazzo with a peplum top or team it with a crop top and a long jacket. Ideal for a simple sangeet ceremony, palazzos are super comfortable to dance in. Wear nice earrings and a stack of bangles on one hand and your outfit is complete.
6.Floor Length Anarkali
This is an elegant choice for an outfit at the wedding functions of your best friend. The longer the anarkali the taller you will look they say, what better than the floor length anarkali then. The long anarkali gives a very royal and sophisticated look to anybody who adorns it. Choose the colour of the season or something that screams your inner vibe and rock the look effortlessly at the function. Tie up your hair in a loose bun or in a fancy ponytail with a pouf to make you look taller. Do not forget to wear your highest heels to avoid tripping on your clothes. Use snapdeal coupons to get stunning discounts on even more stunning outfits to wear for the wedding.
This enchanting cloth of 5 yards, is what our ancestors swear by and rightfully so. Nothing in the world spells graceful like the saree. And with all the semi stitched sarees in the market, there is no reason why you should not be wearing it in at least one of the functions of the wedding, if not on the wedding day itself. With a global market to cater to, the saree has grown and adapted to a lot of different styles making it stylish and up to date with every fashion trend. You can wear a plain chiffon saree with that tassel blouse and stand out or wear a net saree with mirror work teamed with a heavy blouse. The blouse has gone through every evolution possible in the fashion industry, you are sure to find a style that suits that occasion and you. Do not miss a chance to look fabulous in a saree.
Skip the lehenga wear the sharara this time. It is gorgeous and dressy and yet practical, perfect for bridesmaids who might have running around to do. Team it with a A-line kurta or a crop top, add a fetching dupatta of a contrast colour of an otherwise matching outfit and you are good to go. Wear it to the sangeet and stand out from the rest of the lehenga wearing crowd.
9.High slit kurta
The long kurta with a slit in the front has a distinctly Indo-Western and a very modern feel to it. It can be the outfit of choice if your best friend is not going all elaborate and is opting for simple celebrations and functions. Wear is with cigarette pants or leggings to give the slit the attention it deserves. This outfit gives out classy and chill vibes, making you look taller and delightful to look at. You do not need to contrast the colours of the kurti and your bottoms, go instead for a more soothing and appealing combination of colours. Finish the look with heels for your feet, tassels or drops for your ears and whatever hairstyle you feel good in.
The Asymmetrical kurta over a lehenga, works like magic because of the surprise and welcome break from the regular lines. The asymmetry can be of any type, short in the front and long at the back, or a diagonal line running short on one side to long on the other. Make sure the skirt or lehenga you wear below it has a flare so as to enhance the asymmetry of the kurta. This outfit does not ask for a dupatta so leave it out of your ensemble. Go with a colour contrast between the kurta and lehenga or for something more subtle but be rest assured heads will turn. Keep it a no fuss look with a half bun and small earrings.
Weddings are the time to make a zillion memories and fortunately we have cameras to capture some of them. We definitely do not want to look back on those photos and cringe at the mess we were on our bestie’s wedding. So it is ideal to choose your outfits sensibly, balancing the style and comfort, keeping in mind the photo sessions and the running around you will have to do, because the bridesmaid duty calls. Here’s to the good looking memories you will make at your best friend’s wedding.