The beginning of winters, particularly the month of December not only brings cold and chilly breezes but it also marks the commencement of wedding extravaganza. While this time of the year of tying the knot gets on peak and occupy all your attention in preparing your wedding ensembles and glitzy baubles, we have rounded up some latest trends to help you celebrate the wedding season in style. Follow these trends and up the ante of your wedding look!
An Edgy Spin in Tradition Attire
Your outfit is the most important aspect of your appearance; therefore, it must exude style and charisma. While you’re preparing your ensemble to attend the weeding of your friend, sibling or a relative make sure you bring an edgy spin in your traditional outfit. You can add the modern touch in your top by getting your cholis and blouses stitched in crop top style and you can bring the oh-so-cool factor in your bottom by opting for cigarette pants or skirt style lehngas. Make sure when your top is having a modern cut and design, your bottoms should remain traditional and if your bottoms have the element of modern touch, your top must be traditional.
Velvets, nets and organzas are the names of the games to play this wedding season. You can choose one fabric or go for the mix and match. Silk and charmeuse fabric with digital prints are also on-trend for formal wear.
When it comes to a formal event like weddings, the purpose of your outerwear is not only to keep you warm but it must also make you look good and keep your style alive. Ahhh! Is it too much to ask from a piece of clothing? Well, no! From traditional and embroidered shawls to velvet long coats and from embellished capes to knee length glitzy jackets, our local designers have perfect solution to deal with the cold weather.
We may love dainty jewelry pieces in our daily life, but to attend weddings this season you must have your unique collection of bumper and big baubles. Whether it is matha patti, a jhomar or a jhumka with which you are adorning yourself, make sure its big and bumper. Again, you need to strike a perfect balance here. If you are wearing a big matha patti or jhoomar keep rest of the accessories small and light. However, if your necklace is gigantic and huge, then keep your jhoomar or matha patti simple. Besides that, you can bring the elements of funk and edginess by adding big funky, colorful or embellished doris, broches and tassels.
Buns and Braids
Both buns and braids are the coiffures to opt for this wedding season. You have a number of choices available: puffed-up pompadour, sleek up-dos, side braids, messy braids and braids with puff. Choose the style according to your make-up, jewelry, dress and of course your face cut.
Author – Nyda Mokhtar