Planning Outfits for Your Destination Wedding? Take Cues from Our Bridal Wardrobe

Planning Outfits for Your Destination Wedding? Take Cues from Our Bridal Wardrobe

-by Srishti

The search for a dream destination has ended, the wedding invites have been finalised and the décor ideas are work in progress, but when it comes to deciding outfits, the panic induces. For a bride, getting a perfect wedding wardrobe is the most nightmarish task. And it’s not like you are looking for just one outfit, you’ve to get outfits for multiple functions (who knows, you might have to change twice in a day). There will be an action-packed sangeet night, an emotional chooda and kaleerey ceremony, Haldi function, traditional pheras and a formal reception night, Phew! With so many functions lined up and so many outfits to choose, it’s bound to make you crazy. So, to make the task a little bit easier for you, we have categorised the outfits as per the functions.

But before you start shopping, it’s important you set the mood for the wedding – you would not want to dress up in traditional attire on a boho night. So, start choosing outfits as per the theme of individual function, or if you have a common theme throughout, you’re one lucky girl. Another important thing is the sequence of choosing your outfits. You should start by choosing the wedding outfit, followed by sangeet, cocktail and reception looks. Later, you can move on to Mehendi and Haldi outfits. Keeping this sequence in mind, let’s begin!

Wedding Look Book

If you and your groom are colour coordinating, then you need to pick the colour of the lehenga accordingly. Our top four colour picks for the wedding lehenga are Scarlet Red, Powder Pink, Traditional Red and French Pink. Here are some of our favourites from the bridal collection.

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Buy this scarlet red lehenga, here

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Buy this powder pink lehenga, here

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Buy this fuschia pink lehenga, here

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Buy this French pink lehenga, here

Sangeet Look Book

This is the perfect day to play around with your outfit. You can skip the traditional wear and move on to more fun options like a crop top and palazzo combos, cape suits, crop top and bell-bottom pants. Just keep in mind to look for a comfortable number as it is going to be an all-night dance party.

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Get this mint green palazzo set, here

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Get this teal crop top and palazzo set, here

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Get this crop top and pant set, here

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Get this crop top and bell-bottom pants set, here

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Get this dress, here

Reception Look Book

It is quite possible that you’ll be done with Indian silhouettes by now. So, you can choose a lehenga or a gown with a contemporary twist to it. You can choose extravagant gowns in deep colours, or give greys and icy blues a chance.

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Get this aqua blue gown, here

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Get this bluish grey gown, here

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Get this beige coloured gown, here

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Get this navy blue gown, here

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Get this graphite grey gown, here

Mehendi Look Book

For your Mehendi function, you would need a fuss-free outfit as you’ll be sitting for a few hours, getting henna on your hands and feet. Short sleeves and dupatta-less outfits are a must. Here are some options for you to choose from.

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Get this dress, here

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Get this lehenga, here

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Get this lehenga, here

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Get this dress, here

Haldi Look Book

The most comfortable outfit, that allows movement should be chosen for a Haldi ceremony. No matter, that outfit you choose, it’s most likely to get ruined during the ceremony, so opt for something that’s easy on the pocket too.

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Get this mustard yellow jumpsuit, here

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Get this dhoti pant set, here

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Get this tunic, here

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Get this tunic dress, here

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Get this saree, here

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