Six Amazing Indian Dresses For Bridesmaids That Will Fit Your Budget
Hello to all those pretty ladies, who belong to the bride’s tribe, and are currently looking up on the internet frantically in search of outfits which look amazing and are a little light on the pocket too. It is truly a nerve-wracking task to decide upon the perfect outfits and accessories when your sister or best friend is getting married.
But fret not! We are here with a list of six outfits that will not only solve your purpose of what you will wear on the main occasion but also the ‘n’ number of events that take place during the wedding. And all of these will fit your budget, easily.
Events: Cocktail party, Sangeet, Mehendi, Haldi, Wedding, and the Reception party.
For the Cocktail Party: Let’s start with the cocktail party and get the dressing game on point with a Black ruffle saree with sequin detailing. Designer sarees are always fun to style. Create a sensation with a designer lycra saree.
This pre-stitched, ready-to-wear saree is super sexy to wear and is absolutely fuss-free. The ruffle detailing and sequin work adds the final touch to the overall border of the saree. The saree comes with a velvet sequin-studded blouse to make you stand out. Trust me, a saree like this, and in a classy colour like black, can never go wrong.
For the Sangeet: Next comes Sangeet. And we would suggest you something like this, an off-white sequin embellished Indian net suit. While everyone will deck up in lehengas and skirts, you be a head-turner in a net Sharara suit like this. The delicate embroidery on the hem of the kurta along with all over sequin and scallop embellishments on the dupatta, complete the look.
With this outfit, don’t go over-the-top with makeup or accessories. Winged eyes, a lot of mascara, a hint of highlighter and nude lips will just be fine. Go for long earrings with this.
For the Mehendi Ceremony: For this event too, you can ditch the lehenga and go for a light peach net sharara suit with detailed embroidery like this in which you can move around comfortably because there’s a lot of running here and there. And if you are a close aide to the bride, then you will just have a lot to do.
Get set to amplify your overall charm by donning a peplum kurta and sharara set, that will add a dash of extra charm to your day’s look. The round-neck embroidered sleeves, augment its design. The floral zari and Resham embroidered pattern along with the detailing of sequins make this dress a bewitching choice.
For the Haldi Ceremony: Haldi is usually a morning event, and most, prefer to wear something yellow for this event. So, for this, our take would be a yellow embroidered Anarkali suit with a net dupatta. The round neck with overall Resham work and sequin detailing adds to its appeal. It will look minimalist, yet super gorgeous. The full net sleeves speak for itself. The embroidered pattern makes it a captivating choice.
For the D-Day: So, for the wedding day, let’s go all traditionally ethnic. And there’s nothing better than a designer silk saree to go traditional. For the evening light blue designer silk weaved saree would be super gorgeous. It has floral motifs all-over.
Tie up your hair in a neat bun or if you have shorter hair, just let it loose. Add flowers or hair accessories to decorate your bun. You can go for some traditional temple jewellery, and just go all ethnic with simple eye makeup, red lips, and a little bindi. Oh, do not forget to carry a matching clutch bag or a potli to the wedding.
For the Reception Party: A blush pink party-wear Lehenga with beautiful sequin work, would be our take for the Reception party. Being a bridesmaid comes with a lot of responsibilities too, and to look classy and stunning is also one of those. (Just kidding!) But seriously, we plan a lot about what to wear on each of the occasions at an intimate wedding.
A blush pink designer lehenga with sequin work detailing all over will be a nice option for the reception party. This comes with an embellished blouse which has one ruffled shoulder and can be paired with a soft net embellished dupatta. A party-wear lehenga like this will definitely be a stunner wherever you go.