10 Gold Beige Indian Ensembles for your Sangeet, Mehendi or other Pre-wedding functions
Inhey you beautiful bride-to-be! You’re getting married soon and already in a world of dreams, right? The excitement and nervousness together that feels like a hundred butterflies flying within and around you and a millions dreams surrounding every little detail about your wedding is all a lovely bunch of thoughts and emotions. As you plan your dream look for every function, a major choice that your need to make is to have a lovely colour palette for all the wedding functions put together. Well, red still rules the bridal wardrobe for the main wedding function, but you can experiment with hues for your mehendi, sangeet and other pre-wedding events.
If you’re planning your dream wedding wardrobe then do add this trending Midas touch to it! To guide your selection of the best golden outfits, we have curated some pretty ensembles below-
1. Shimmery Sophistication
To be the star of the evening, you need not indulge in lehengas that have heavy baubles. You can stand out with a simple flare that has captivating luster.
2. The Heritage Look
As the Indian culture goes global, ethnic outfits specifically those that are designed on the lines of regalia, have been a rage. These days, couples prefer to have destination weddings at palaces and heritage hotels in royally embellished attires.
3. Ethnic Magic
Let a stylish lehenga choli – a just mix of traditional and contemporary elements – steal the limelight – as you dress up in yet another scintillating gold outfit.
4. Simply Bold
Breaking away from the clutter of an over-decked up crowd, as a bride you can stand a class apart with simplicity. For smaller functions like the Ganesh puja the bride need not be decorated from head to toe.
5. Go Sheer
If your wedding involves contemporary themes, then your attire should be a perfect match to it! Walk the aisle with a wave of fantasy in a sheer, modern lehenga suit
6. Layers and Waves
When it’s your wedding you deserve to enjoy the most! So instead of wrapping yourself up in dresses that make it difficult to even walk around in, grab a breezy and playful outfit that allows you to not just move around and socialize but also dance your heart out at your wedding!
7. The Silky Weave
Banarasi silk has bounced back well to become one of the most popular fabrics for wedding-wear these days. As designers have started innovating over this indigenous silk, it is being extensively used in making ethnic outfits like designer saris and lehenga cholis.