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What to wear in your wedding- 7 indian dresses

October 5, 2017 by diya rathore  

Exhausted of a similar old sarees, anarkalis and lehenga styles. Searching for something a bit 'hatke' to claim in your wedding closet. I have been perusing through Pinterest of late and seeing some stunning outfit styles which are well one of a kind in its look and can in a split second raise the oomph factor in your storeroom. Jus to have a best wedding planners in jaipur visit us at evenue catersrs. 


1.Black Silk Dhoti With Red Bandhani Cape- 


This red georgette Bandhani cape with weaved placket and dark silk dhoti pants is such an adaptable piece to claim. You can basically wear it to any of the littler prewedding capacities, or free the cape and utilize it for an easygoing day look. Its the ideal contort to the Indian ethnic wedding visitor look. 


2.High Leg Saree and Blazerette 


High contrast is an interminable mix, yet giving it a wind like this fair takes it to another level. Love the indo-western shirt/overcoat made by the architect. One thick gems is all it takes to influence this hope to finish. 


3. Wrap Saree With Silk Dhoti Pants And Silk Black Blouse 


I am enamored with the enumerating on the back of the pullover. So hot. This is a colorful georgette Bandhani wrap saree with hand weaved outskirt combined with dark silk dhoti pants and a dark silk back net shirt with hand weaved gota work. 


4.Powder blue salwar kameez 


This outfit goes path back in Lakme Fashion Week 2013 when Shilpa Reddy the fashioner made an introduction and this was one of the outfits in the show. I simply adore love the shading and the look of the outfit. Its an ostentatious dhoti salwar with short kameez in light blue shading and is made on net material embellished in resham and weaving work. 


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