Choosing the right dress for a Wedding Reception is not as simple as it sounds, especially when you want to look your best and have heads turning. Indian weddings are great fun and while there are no overt rules of what to wear and what not for women, it is usually better to ensure that the dress is not too short or revealing, and is neatly pressed and looks presentable.
Few Great Ideas to choose from when going to an Indian Wedding Reception.
For an evening reception, an evening full-length gown or a sophisticated looking cocktail suit looks absolutely fantabulous. Ensure that the color is on the darker side, preferably black and match up the dress with an elegant looking pearl set or even a diamond set. Stylish artificial jewelry, hairstyle and accessories done well that matches with the color of the dress can also be opted for.
Nothing can beat the traditional saree when it comes to looking dapper and elegant at an Indian wedding reception. There are enough types that suit such occasions. From the heavy Kanjeevaram silk to the Banarasi sarees glittering with golden embroidery work, Odisha silk handloom sarees that looks simple and yet graceful, the Paithani sarees distinctly designed with the peacocks and zari works, to the delicate chiffons and tissue silk sarees, there are ample to choose from.
One of the best pick for a wedding reception. Typically this is what a Northern Indian bride wears on her marriage. But guests can also come dressed in one such good-looking and stylish looking lehengas. There are different styles that one can choose as per comfort. You can wear the traditional style lehengas or go in for the Indo Western ones. While the former is tailored completely as per conventional Indian design, the latter is made to show off a little skin, fits and hugs your body tight and looks extremely fashionable.
The Royal Shararas or Ghararas
Look like a vintage diva from yesteryears donned in the typical Muslim style attire that is ethnic and yet quite stylish looking to stand out in the upcoming Wedding Reception you attend. Choose colors that go well with your body and face tone. You can choose a heavy design or settle for a simple one. Shararas are usually made of rich fabric and the dresses generally bear intricate embroidery work.
Another conventional Indian dress is the Anarkalis. These are basically the conventional salwar-suit but the kameez or the shirt is longer in length and more flowing than the conventional suit. They look extremely feminine, polished and graceful when worn and carried the right way.
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