It is time we avert our attention from the bride and her dresses to the Indian bridesmaid outfits. The BFFs, the sisters, and the whole bride squad is entitled to equal attention as they have been and will stay by the bride’s side throughout.
Bridesmaids dress trends is the next big thing because the bride squad deserves to look their outright best. It is their bae’s big day after all! That’s why Eventswedo has curated 10 Indian bridesmaids’ dresses and outfit ideas for the bride squad to stand out from the crowd.
Nothing quite like a saree
Talking about the Indian bridesmaid dresses, that one outfit that will never fade out of vogue is a SAREE! You can choose from wearing the traditional sarees to the latest dhoti style or pant sarees. Don’t know how to drape a saree? Fret not, the market is full of semi-stitched and pre stitched sarees. All you have to do is put them on like a lehenga and you are sorted!
You can pair the saree with:
1. A cape.
2. Short jacket.
Anarkalis are forever
Yes, anarkali outfits have been around for quite a long time but they have gone through a chic and dapper change all the way through. The latest anarkali trends will give you the look of an Indian styled gown. You can try front open anarkalis.
Pair your attire with:
3. Knee length anarkali with flared palazzo.
Lehenga, not necessarily mehnga
The most quintessential Indian bridesmaids outfits is a lehenga. Leave the gaudy red lehenga for the bride and experiment with colors for yourself. Pastels and ombre are in trend these days. You can find huge sale on bridesmaids dresses online, make sure that you check the products on shopping portals before walking in a high end store.
Tired of the same lehenga-choli style statement? Try something new, pair your lehenga with:
1. Sheer cape.
2. Short jacket.
3. Long front open jacket.
You can experiment with flared skirts and crop tops too!
Dhoti pants tend to give an ethnic and fusion look. These comfortable pants are gaining popularity as unique bridesmaid dresses ideas. From Kareena Kapoor Khan to Shilpa Shetty Kundra, many celebrities have been spotted rocking in these chic pants.
Style your dhoti pants with:
1. Peplum or crop top.
2. Fitted jacket.
3. Asymmetrical cape.
Indo western attires
Want to pep up your traditional look with a hint of western style? Try some indo western outfits. You can easily find fusion dresses online or in walk in stores. You can even create an indo western look by mix and matching.
Try the following styles:
1. Indo western gowns.
2. Salwar jumpsuits.
3. Fringed sarees.
4. Lehenga with off shoulder top.
Sparkle with sharara pants
Bring on your “main hun ek sharara” with the beautiful sharara pants. Sharara pants are wide legged bottoms with a flare that gives an illusion of a lehenga. The origins of the attire are said to come from the design aesthetics of Mughal royalties.
1. Pair your sharara with:
2. Pakistani styled short kurti
3. Short anarkali
4. Front open anarkali
Wear a passa hair accessory to get that royal look.
Go vintage with palazzo pants
Much popular in the late 60s, palazzo pants are going under a fashion comeback. These loose pants are flattering for any shape and size. Complement them with pastel, floral or graphic prints. Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone have been spotted pulling off the look in these pants many a times.
Pair your palazzos with:
1. Long or short kurta
2. High-low kurta
3. Tuck-in tops
Rock the jacket, madam
Jackets are no more a winter affair. Rock your bridesmaid look by adding a perky jacket. Now jacket doesn’t only mean that you have to put on your bomber jacket. Market is full of beautiful collection of jackets available in diverse fabrics and prints, in fitted, flared, short, long, sheer, open, close styles.
Team up your jacket with:
1. Cigarette pants
3. Dhoti pants
Drape a dupatta
Can’t decide what to wear? Or the budget getting on your nerves? Get a plain fabric for your dress and pair it with a catchy and striking dupatta. Add some accessories like earrings to enhance your look. Get an embellished dupatta and pair it with:
1. Plain floor length kurta with palazzo.
2. Plain anarkali with churidar.
3. Plain lehenga choli.
You can adorn your dress with sleek piping lace to come up with the perfect bridemaids dress of all time!
Go with front open kurta
Don’t want to wander off too far from your usual style? Try some unique bridesmaid dresses ideas and give a twist to your style. Try front open kurtas! They come in all styles, from straight cut suits to anarkalis.
Experiment your look with:
1. Skirts or lehengas
3. Pencil pants
Above were the best Indian wedding bridesmaids dresses ideas for the lovely ladies planning to rock the wedding of their favourite girl. But this is not where we will end this. We have the perfect dos and don’ts to help you get the perfect look.
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Do’s and Don’ts for bridemaid dressing
1. ‘A woman with good shoes is never ugly.’ – Coco Chanel. Don’t forget to match the footwear with your style. Make sure that the footwear you choose is not only beautiful but also comfortable.
2. People will stare, make it worth their while. Good clothing with no accessory is a minus. Embellish your look with earrings, headpieces, maang tikkas, or neck piece.
3. No matter what you wear, do not forget to take along a scarf or handkerchief. You may have to cover your head during some rituals. Or maybe just to wipe off those tears watching your bestie go. Sigh.
4. Try and not wear too low cut revealing outfits. They can keep you occupied during occasions needing your utmost attention.
5. A bridesmaid is supposed to look her best and maintain it, don’t forget to carry a clutch to keep your essentials like lipstick, tissue, mascara.
With this we wrap up our list of Indian wedding bridesmaids dresses and outfit ideas. We hope you got some amazing ideas from this post to plan outfits for your bae’s wedding from Team Eventswedo.
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