Wedding Season has officially arrived, and I have some sister of the bride outfits for all you sisters out there to bookmark and keep this wedding season. Yesterday I was out shopping with my sister in laws, one of them is getting married in Feb next year, so all her shopping just started few days back. Delhi is such an awesome city to shop for wedding wear, with so many little boutiques and areas that you can explore. You really can get whatever you fancy from this one city.
But, if you are someone who wants to have a one of a kind sister of the bride outfit for your sister/brothers wedding, then this post is just the one for you. I was recently browsing through the Pakistan Fashion Week outfits, and found so many drool worthy outfit picks which were perfect for the second most important person at the wedding.
FAVORITE SISTER OF THE BRIDE OUTFIT LOOKS:
Nida Azwer is not a new name on Frugal2Fab. We have been a huge fan of this designer ever since the PFDC fashion weeks last year. Her designs are so refreshing to look at. Something you don’t get to see in our fashion week outfits. I have always been a fan of her designs, she does subtle mixed with bling just perfect.
If you want to make a style statement, then what better fabric to opt for that the velvet. That and when its dark purple, its just the icing on the cake. This Shehla Chatoor outfit is perfect for the sister of the bride reception night look. What say?
Shararas are making a huge comeback, and while it may not be the first choice for brides, its definitely a hot pick for sister of the bride/groom. Looks uber chic and stylish, this outfit style can easily be worn for any of the day festivities.
THE RISKY YET STUNNING SISTER OF THE BRIDE OUTFITS:
Shehla Chatoor was probably one of my favorites this year. Her designs were edgy and so much fun. Just like any brides/grooms sister. Her designs were one of a kind statement outfit picks. I absolutely love love the butterfly on the shoulder. Something to bookmark isn’t it?
FOR THE SMALLER WEDDING FESTIVITIES
The bigger wedding festivities like the main wedding day, or the cocktail night etc are easy to pick outfits. You know exactly what style you wish to wear, but its the smaller events, like puja at home, or mehendi etc where you can really experiment with your outfit style. Versatility can be the key in these smaller functions.
THE PRINCESS FEEL:
SOME OTHER FAVORITES:
If you are inspired by these outfit choices, then you may also like to see potential groomswear options. Click on this link below: