Wedding season is always favorite, especially when it is in your family or your friend is getting married. Here’s a list of Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids in the ongoing wedding season!

Look 1

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

For this one, a purple top has been used as a plunging V-neck blouse, paired up with a bright red-pink skirt and a beautiful sheer dupatta. And then there’s this gorgeous maang-tikka, as a cherry on top to give a more traditional look.

Outfit Deets- Blouse, Skirt and Dupatta – Fabric Shop, Sector 20, Chandigarh, Maang-Tikka – Rasa Jewellery

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Look 2

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

For the second look, I transformed the neckline of the purple top into a one-shoulder one. I paired it up with a pastel-colored floral skirt, tied my hair into a sleek bun, and put on these beautiful pair of earrings. This look has quite an indo-western feel to it.

Outfit Deets- Earrings – Rasa Jewellery

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Look 3

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Looking for Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids? A saree is my favorite garment when it comes to festive dressing. So for this one, I wore my purple top as an off-shoulder blouse paired up with this beautiful pink-gold saree by a local brand. The two different neckpieces (adding the mint color to my outfit) put up together, is the show stealer for me.

Outfit Deets- Saree – Sandhya Raman Atelier, in Delhi by Rohini Lall, Jewellery – Rasa Jewellery

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Look 4

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

This look is perfect for a Mehendi/sangeet function of your BFF. For this one, I styled this beautiful block printed cotton skirt with this gold bralette and that embellished dupatta that I got made out of fabric. The nathani, enhances the whole look.

Outfit Deets- Skirt – Fab India, Bralette – H&M, Dupatta Fabric- Kohinoor, Sector 17, Chandigarh, Nathani – Patel Market, Sector 15, Chandigarh

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Look 5

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

This would be so apt for the wedding day, as it might even compliment the bride’s look. So, for this one, I took my mom’s age-old Banarasi silk saree, got a blouse stitched and put on my golden studs. This entire look is inspired by Ekaya Banaras’s ‘Mehfooz’ collection.

Outfit Deets- Blouse Fabric- Kohinoor, Sector 17, Chandigarh, Golden Studs- Pipa Bella

Looks for the Indian Bridesmaids

Style and Slay this wedding season!

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This article is written by Sethi Sargam from Chandigarh.

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