As a bride, your wedding trousseau should not be limited to Lehengas and classic saree. There will be a function where you want to be your comfort and relax in your entire truly cheerful. And Oh, don’t forget the endless pooja ceremony where you believe you will not want to deal with Sarees or Lehenga. So, that’s when ethnic coat comes to your rescue. The suits are easy to carry, and very flexible, must definitely be your choice for at least one wedding function. The best part is, missing are days when the clothes are considered unpleasant, and a boring silhouette. Exactly from Sharara & Gharara trends to eternal anarchal and who with Kurtis stylish peplum, there are so many in the world of ethnic suits for brides to choose. You will be surprised to know that the bride is not only wearing a suit with smaller functions such as Haldi and Pooja ceremonies but also at the leading engagement ceremony.
Here we ask some beautiful brides wearing the prettiest settings that will definitely inspire your wedding trousseau too.
A breathtaking sharara set by Sabyasachi
Celebrity fashion stylist, Tanya Vohra recently got engaged wearing this gorgeous creation in mint green colour by none other than Sabyasachi. And we’re head over heels in love it!
A dreamy suit set by Tarun Tahiliani
Why just limit the costumes to smaller functions? Take a sign of this beauty that hugged a Sharara costume for her commitment. Designed by Couturier Tarun Tahiliani in subjected tones, this style of suit made this girlfriend look like a dream on the great day of her.
A vibrant yellow and turquoise suit set for a sunkissed Mehendi ceremony
Taking the vibration ratio a notch from above, our true Bride Aditi opted for a magnificent yellow and turquoise suit with intricate embroidery for his mehendi ceremony outdoors in the hills.
A lime green gharara set with bell sleeves
When fashion stylists are married, we witness the most fashionable sartial options. Take the case of our spobre of the real bride, her wedding Trousseau had the most select teams. And one of them was this impressive green lime suit that led to a religious function. Embellished with pearls and detailed with highlights of Magenta, its group of Gharara was OH-SO-Gorgeous.
Black and golden Sharara suit for Sangeet
Our true Bride, Tanvir, appeared looking at all the glam, in this costume of Gharara Black and Golden for her night of Sangeet. The suit had a short black Kurti with a minimum gold work, a black and golden Ghararara and a Dupatta network. Easy but glamorous, it’s not this perfect look when all you want to do is dance the night.
An orange Anarkali for Sangeet
This bride gave the excursion par excellence, a young lady and stirred in a pretty anarkali pretty suit. The attire was inspired by the attire from Meena Kumari in the song Thaare Rahio or Baanke Yaar with the color changed to Orange. She designed it with braided hair and gold jewelry with blue ornaments and a passage that evoke the vibrations of Empress Mogolas.