Let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to look their best, especially on such a magnificent occasion like a wedding? The moment you walk into an Indian wedding, you will be greeted with a flash of pomposity, and your attire must be appropriate for the occasion! Keeping up with such dress codes can be both a joy and a hassle at times. That explains the late-night mall shopping and all-day online browsing in order to find the ideal attire for the function. During such times, a little help can make the whole process of dress selection a little less intimidating. Without further ado, let’s get started with the fresh, new looks of this season!
How could we forget the magnificence of traditional Tassar sarees at an Indian wedding with such glitz and glamour? Pep up your look with some wardrobe drama! The Bangalore Tassar Matka with jaal weave along with a Hakoba blouse infused with Jaipur cotton sits well for a bachelorette party. The saree’s traditional character complements well with the peek-a-boo blouse and kundan accessories.
If you’re a traditional saree connoisseur, Organza Benarasi with a multicoloured embroidered blouse finished with pearls is the perfect piece for you. And if you like an out-of-the-box look, all you have to do now is EXPERIMENT! With enthusiasm at its peak during such events, some extra work is always a good idea! Experiment with draping styles and use add-ons like kamarbandhan or belts creatively. This look is light and fresh, making it ideal for morning celebrations such as Haldi, Mehndi, and Kalire.
Dazzle the crowd with this ethnic gown with Kashida and Ari embroidery on a bed of midnight blue georgette. The beautiful hue and embroidery make this look a clear winner for a Sangeet ceremony or a cocktail party. Wearing this pleat-free silhouette will allow you to dance your heart out at the party and socialise with ease. Pair it up with minimal accessories, and you’re all set to rock the night!
Minimalism is IN, so take pride in flaunting this simply captivating ensemble. The rich Assam silk Paat Tassar, embroidered meticulously with beautiful motifs and intricate stitches, is a class on its own and augurs well for any traditional occasion like Phere and Engagement ceremony. Complement the look with a gorgeous red ruffled blouse embellished with zari, and complete the ensemble. Looking regal while keeping things simple is no easy feat. Try on these ensembles and get a head-turning silhouette effortlessly. Ummaira is a hand-picked ethnic apparel line for the ‘woman of today’, who is fun, fearless and dares to flaunt her attitude. Their product line includes luxury blouses, signature sarees, opulent lehengas, and fun skirts that blend handcrafted embroidery with silks and textiles from all across India. Debaroopa Bhattacharya – the owner of Ummaira, stated, “Classics never go out of style! Keeping that in mind, we’ve introduced a variety of high-end, classy outfits and sarees this wedding season – from traditional and cocktail sarees to ethnic gowns and bespoke blouses. Head over to the store to check out our latest collection. I am
sure you’ll love it!