Looking beautiful and adored by everyone is every girl’s wish for the time a one can remember, and if it happens to be the would-be-bride then you need to be super perfect in makeup, clothes, jewellery and all. The bride has a number of options to choose for clothes to wear on the big day like Saree, Ghagra Choli or Lehenga or a Salwaar Kameez depending upon every girls’ choice or wish. Red colour is considered as the colour for the bride but now-a-days girls are experimenting with the choice of colour for their wedding dress.
Sarees have become a style statement of women all around the globe for traditional as well as fashionable way. The saree is 6 yards of fabric which when draped in a particular manner gives rise to attire that is complete in every aspect. The elegance of saree depends on the way it is made in terms of embroidery or beautiful work done on it and the cloth it is made of like chiffon, banarasi, silk, kanjivaram, etc. One has an option to choose from traditional to designer range of sarees.
Ghagra Choli or Lehenga:
Lehengas have become popular not only for the brides but also for girls attending the wedding. A Lehenga is a full length skirt worn with a shorter or a waist length blouse and dupatta. There are a variety of lehengas available in the market as straight cut, A-line, full flare, etc. The grace of lehenga depends on the kind of heavy work or embroidery done on it. The colour of this depends upon the taste of the bride or the colour trend in the market.
It consists of a long tunic, well designed pants and a dupatta with some elaborate work, heavy embellishments, patterns, and cuts. This type of dress is mostly popular among the Punjabi girls hence, reflecting their enriched Punjabi tradition.
Since ages, Indian women have been wearing traditional sarees. It is a piece of cloth which is 5 to 7 meters long and is worn over a blouse and a petticoat. It is simply worn around the waist with neat pleats. There is an unlimited range of traditional sarees which includes kanjiwaram, pochampolli, venkatgiri, kota, etc. The traditional work of sequence makes these types of sarees popular mostly among the older generation women. No doubt, the traditional sarees gives you an amazing Indian look, but it could be a bit uncomfortable to walk around with it.
With the changing trends, designer sarees are becoming a trend among the modern age women as they want to look traditional, but without the hassle of draping those long meters of cloth. The designers play around with fabric to create sarees with a traditional look and a modern twist hence, it creates a pressure on the designers to generate designer sarees with a traditional look, but minimum fuss. To meet the upcoming demands of the young females Indian designers have come up with some innovative styles such as pyjamas instead of long flaring peti coats, saree gowns, etc. A saree with an inbuilt blouse and a divided pallu is a deadly fusion of comfort with a sexy look by keeping it intact no matter what you do. But to buy that one piece you will have to look at your budget.
Bollywood clothing has immensely influenced the Indian culture, mainly Indian couture. Every upcoming movie brings some new trends which are consistently followed by bollywood inspired youngsters. Young and contemporary women look forward to dress up like their favourite celebrities on the wedding occasions. Bollywood sarees are in vogue as it comes in a variety of colors, stones, sequins, etc. and they give an elegant and a rich look of diva.
A wedding is a big day for girl so the preparation of clothes is not an easy job, make it exclusive and illustrious by choosing the right style to cherish for the rest of the life.
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