We are right in the midst of the wedding season and while this post wouldve been put up earlier, I myself got so occupied with the brides (as a makeup artist) that I couldn’t put this post up. Better late than never, I have finally curated this post for all you brides (to show your bridesmaids) and as a guide for you bridesmaids.
FYI, while being a bridesmaid sounds fancy let me tell you ladies it isn’t easy. While having said that I cannot take away the most important fact that, as a bridesmaid you are a very important and integral part of the bride’s wedding celebrations. While being on duty, TSC thinks its very important to look your best. After all, the bride tribe needs to look their fabulous best at all given times (you are going to be photographed all the time, dont forget!)
So here is a a collection of what TSC thinks is trending this wedding season. Read on to find out How to Dress for what Occassion 🙂
Being a bridesmaid means you have to be by the bride’s side all the time. There are small pujas or functions that happen at home like the main one for example would be the haldi ceremony. For a haldi ceremony, TSC thinks bright colours totally add to all the fun and make for some very colourful pictures. Even if the mehendi function is in the day opt for some bright colours.
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Take inspiration from my mother’s mint colour saree for a day function if you are more of a sombre person. If you aren’t so much of an Indian wear person then go in for a long gown with a little bit for embroidery (these almost look like floor length kurtas & you can even wear them with pants if you want)
Here is a look at a phulkari work suit I wore to my sister’s mehendi function last year. The bright colours looked absolutely fab in the day. Don’t forget to add that ‘desi swag’ touch with a pair of sunglasses.
Go Glam (Sangeet Night) Look:
The official party night before the bride turns into a wife.
- If you are going to be performing and doing dances then keep those twirls looking gorgeous in a lehenga. Make sure that it’s a rather simplistic lehenga so that you don’t look OTT compared to the bride to be.
- Go contemporary with dhoti pants or tulip pants.
- Add a desi swag touch by accessorising with a nath (nose pin) or go in for a maatha patti.
Get her Wed In-Style:
Bridesmaid’s are on ultimate duty on the wedding day. I remember my time of being the main bridesmaid and trust me when I say it’s a lot of work. The key to look beautiful and yet be able to function is to- Wear something that’s easy to manage (definitely avoid wearing a saree). But if you know there are more bridesmaids to help, then go ahead and go all out with your outfit.
Your best friend’s wedding is precious to you too and we understand that. Go in for an embellished gown or a heavy suit and if you think you can handle it then you can even opt for a lehenga.
Wear some nice traditional kind of jewellery and go full desi with your accessories.
For a day wedding opt for something layered and light coloured like this outfit and keep the accessories on but minimalistic.
Wedding is over and it’s time to let your hair down and totally enjoy yourself. You are no more ‘on duty’. Go glam with a fusion outfit. The best example would be my formal suit with embroidery and a net trail (specially had this designed for miss fashionista me). Or you can finally wear that saree with a sexy blouse and if you can’t wear a saree by yourself, stress not because that’s why we have lehenga sarees 😀
Five Trends to stay On-point this Wedding Season
- Cold Shoulder
- Tulip Pants
- Palazzo Pants
The best Accessory to have as a bridesmaid is a clutch! Trust me it’s not just an accessory it’s a lifesaver for yourself and the bride. From a lipstick to touch up the bride’s lips to a small perfume and tissues keep them all handy for the bride.
Take inspiration from these different ones to choose your shape and size for a clutch.
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