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Trending Indian Bridesmaid Outfits This Wedding Season 2018

Wedding shenanigans can become overbearing with the bride always on the brink of breaking down to tears but all of it melts away when she has her confidants - the bridesmaids. A close-knit crew of ladies fueled with gossip, inside stories and immense love for the bride. An entourage like that commands for some bomb outfits and below are some top of the trends’ options!

Kurtas paired with skirts or shararas are all the rage these days, throw in a little bit of mirror or sequin work and there you have your bridesmaid's dresses. The outfit has an aura of sophistication with a dash of fun to it. Mirror and sequin work being versatile crafts are available in a plethora of fabric options like- Georgette, Cotton, Silk, Net, etc. You can mix it with the trending pastels and you have the perfect cocktail for the wedding.

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Lehengas have a rich history with festivities and you know it is time to whip out your best when attending a wedding as a bridesmaid. This wedding season pick an embroidered number, you can find them in various styles- Chikankari, Phulkari, Kantha, zardozi etc. You can switch it up a notch by going for brighter shades or tame it by going for more muted tones to match the occasion.

Talking about embroidery, it is an exquisite craft, but some fabrics just bring out the best of it and velvet tops that list. The plush fabric accentuates each fiber of the intricate craftsmanship that goes into making such a clothing. If you are aiming for that royal look you should undoubtedly consider an embroidered straight kurta with matching pants paired with a lightly embroidered dupatta!

If the bride-to-be is a firm believer of “live and let live” then my friend, you have officially won the fashion jackpot! Each bridesmaid can wear ensembles that highlight their best features, giving you the freedom to slip into a saree, salwar kurta, lehenga, straight suit, Anarkali, and everything in between. Don’t even get us started on the fabric options for they are endless, from graceful silks to blingy nets and satins!

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Nothing beats the good old lehenga but, if you get your squad to wear renditions of a design, it can turn your wedding into a fashion runway! Let the clique pick their colors and the blouse pattern, it may sound ordinary, but the end results will be major head turners. There is so much to explore with unlimited variations of styling, patterns, crafts, and fabrics!

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Simple weddings are rare but nothing short of special, and there's nothing wrong with keeping it intimate. When attending such a wedding we suggest you keep your outfit minimalist. Satins and other contemporary fabrics like Chiffon, Georgette, Muslin are your best pals for such occasions. Opting for a serene color palette is key along with small adornments and a statement piece to nail the look. Design opportunities remain open with a wide range of ethnics at your disposal!

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Silks are undeniably the most elite & dignified option to be swathed as either a saree or a lehenga on the Wedding day. Known for holding high grounds among Indian women, donning a bright Kanjeevaram or Banarasi Silk saree decked with zardozi or zari work, can help all the bridesmaids achieve the classic heritage look and set a dozen hearts racing. The vibrancy of these sarees matches with the enthusiasm of the occasion making it a more than perfect choice.

One may argue with the amount of care a woman is putting into an outfit but would find oneself dumbfounded with the panache of it. Ladies equip yourself with an arsenal of fashion ammunition with Fabriclore, offering the widest variety of fabrics and textile crafts! We hope to inspire the finest looks of the year! Design Your Own wedding squad outfits this wedding season and don’t forget to make us a part of your celebrations! Do tag us on @fabriclore_estore or https://www.facebook.com/fabriclore/

 Authored By: Sunidhi Gaur

 

 

 

 

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