Shaadi is not the only occasion for a bride, there are festivals around the year to celebrate. So shaadi is the beginning of all new festivities.With Karvachauth just gone by,the Diwali has just stepped in and we are sure you just can’t wait to celebrate. So while you welcome guests home, visit your relatives all eyes will be on the “New Bahu” it’s time to look stylish and enjoy the attention. Here are few trendy outfits for a Newly-Wed Bride for a sparkling Diwali.
Team up a Shirt with a lehenga Skirt
You probably have lehenga from your sangeet/mehndi/engagement ceremonies, so it’s time to reuse them but with a twist.Team up your lehenga skirt with a shirt and roll up the sleeves and you are good to go. If your skirt is embellished , you need not wear a heavy jewellery, else a chunky neck piece will look uber cool.
Anarkali with a long jacket
Anarkalis are always hit , there are so many options in which you can style up a simple anarkali suit . A full length anarkali with a jacket gives a look of an anarkali lehenga and even a gown .
Sharara suits look regal and classy .Pair a sharara suit with a nice pair of jhumkis or chand balis .
Anarkali with plazzo pants
If you do have a floor length anarkali, a mid length anarkali with palazzo will weave the magic. You can also team them up with an ethnic jacket or a waistcoat .
Top and Ethnic Skirt
If the flary lehenga is too much too handle go for a ethnic skirt. Pair up the skirt with a top you can team it up with a gilet too. A nice pair of sandals and you will be super comfy to stroll around.
Asymetric suits, kurtis , tops are all in fashion. So team asymmetric suit or kurta with plazzos, jodhpuri pants and leggings.
Front Slit Kurtis and Jackets
A long nice ethnic jacket, kurta with a front slip can be worn with pants. They look modern yet ethnic at the same time.
Sarees are timeless. Wear a simple yet stylish saree as too much embellishments can make it very heavy and difficult to walk in. Floral and benarasee sarees are in trend and look very elegant.
Even a simple suit can look extremely appealing , if paired up with a beautiful duppatta . Mix and match simple suit with phulkari duppatas, or embroidered duppattas for an added charm.
So rock your Newly-Wed looks during festive season all around the year and leave a lasting impression. Before you step out of your room with your gorgeous outfit for the day , do not forget to wear a beautiful smile.