Indian weddings have to do with rich ethnic clothing like saris, lehenga choli, Anarkali, etc. And women enjoy all of this while wearing something different from their usual outfits like jeans and T-shirts. But the main thing that excites them, even more, are the accessories used with these Indian ethnic costumes. The necklace, the nose ring, the bracelets, the bindi, basically a complete traditional avatar awaits you this wedding season. The best thing about Indian outfits is that there are many ways to customize them. So here I am sharing some tips on how to customize ethnic costumes for Indian wedding:
Big Kundan Danglers:
Well, Kundan Jewelry is my personal favorite so I really can’t afford to lose it here. Whether you are opting for a lehenga choli or a sari for a wedding, large Kundan pendants would suffice as jewelry. You don’t even need to wear any necklaces or any other accessories with this. Take a silk route and embrace beauty like no other with a gorgeous sari and elegantly fit in with a sleek and elegant set of Kundan jewelry. You can never go wrong with a traditional Kundan necklace and aromatic stud earrings adorned with your delicate bun. Take a stunning photo while killing with this absolutely charming look.
Grand Jhumkis and a small Bindi:
Jhumkis actually pairs well with all Indian ethnic clothing, especially saris. In reality, Bindi was back in vogue with the recent Deepika movie Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan Piku, in which Deepika was seen wearing small black bindis. Cut a pretty image as you adorn the chandbalis statement with a pin-dot black bindi for a classic charming lady look. The avatar of the royal heiress in a navy banarasi silk skirt and kurta will pair well with stunning long chandbalis. Settle with pearls and chandbalis with kundan decorations for a perfect wedding look.
Haanth Phool is back in Trend
Yes, if you are wearing 3/4 sleeves or cut out sleeves outfit, the haanth phool looks even more beautiful.
No matter how modern Indian women become, nothing can take away their resemblance to bangles. However, on a day-to-day basis, they may not prefer to use it, but when it comes to marriage it is the first thing that comes to mind. We are all envious of that awesome bridesmaid who has an edge over others when it comes to her feminine style and flirty look. Well, blame its innately amazing aura that can easily swallow the attention of any passerby. Re-create this look with statement pendants and stack a few bangles in one hand to leave them breathless.
Any traditional outfit is complete without a neckpiece. These days pearl pieces, Kundan and polka sets are in demand. An eye-catching choker necklace can dramatically and dramatically change its look with just one piece of embellished bliss embellished on its crest for a stylish whimsical look. Enhance your fashion quotient with a choker that’s getting big this wedding season and playfully add a little black bindi to enhance the Indian beauty in you. Complete your look with a subtle maangtika or you can choose a hair accessory that synchronizes with your jewelry and simply attracts attention.
Square and oval studded clutch bags are all the rage and also pair well with ethnic outfits. You can also carry a bag of potli with kanjeevaram or saris banarasi. How about customizing with a hassle-free clutch that will elevate your look by leaps and bounds? Yes! Kill effortlessly and add a striking accessory to show off your look like never before. We are sure you will not disappoint your adorable admirers … Awesome accessories that come in handy.
Dance the night away girls because Indian weddings are a funfair to celebrate and shake a leg. So why hurt your happy feet? Let them rejoice in a pair of elegant Punjabi embellished or blackout juttis. Move with joy as you sip Meets and start having fun all the time because weddings happen only once.