Like many things, the concept of bridesmaids is something we Indians have borrowed from the west. Bridesmaids are the bride’s sister and best friends, hence making them the second most important people during the journey from the planning stage to the execution till the vidaai. The concept of bridesmaids’ outfits originally is where the bride herself picks the outfits but however; Indians like to put a twist to everything. So, the outfits for the bridesmaids’ in India are not necessarily picked out by the bride. She gives them a colour and the squad then plays around with silhouettes. We have curated a list of outfits you can give a shot if you are looking for a bridesmaids’ outfits.
Crop Top Lehenga
Crop top lehenga is perfect as a bridesmaid outfit. Its fuss-free and easy to handle because of no dupatta. Also, since it’s your BFF’s wedding, you will be running around a lot.
Tip- get a skirt with pockets (yes, that’s a thing). You won’t have to carry a clutch and can easily slip in your phone into the pocket.
Loving the new trend of wearing shirts with lehenga skirts. If worn the right way, it balances out a heavy skirt beautifully. Don’t forget to complete the look with some fun colourful bangles and a choker.
Gotta Patti All the Way
You can never go wrong with the classic gotta patti. If you live in Delhi, you must visit Shahpur Jat for some really amazing gotta patti pieces at amazing prices. Because let’s be honest, as gorgeous as Anita Dongre gotta patti pieces are, many of us can’t really afford it. Gota patti is elegant and evergreen, trust us you will be wearing it for years.
Winter is here!!! If you are a fan of the silks, take a hint from this gorgeous actress, Tabu wearing a beige and gold Anarkali with a broad border along with a fluffy dupatta.
If someone told you “no one is wearing anarkalis anymore”, tell them they were wrong. Anarkalis are a forever fav of every girl, however, if you are bored of wearing anarkalis try them with plazzaos instead of a churidaar.
Source: Myra Magazine
Dhoti pants are soooo in right now! A total must-have for your wardrobe. They are so versatile. You can pair your high waisted dhoti pants up with a high-low kurta or a crop top or take a cape style blouse; this is a perfect option for your BFF’s wedding!
Personally, I am not a big fan of gowns but they look great and give total princess vibes. You can also experiment a lot with the silhouettes and the styles.