Bored of the same old sarees, anarkalis and lehenga styles. Looking for something a little ‘hatke’ to own in your wedding wardrobe. I have been browsing through Pinterest lately and seeing some gorgeous outfit styles which are well unique in its look and can instantly bring up the oomph factor in your closet.
This red georgette Bandhani cape with embroidered placket and black silk dhoti pants is such a versatile piece to own. You can pretty much wear it to any of the smaller prewedding functions, or loose the cape and use it for a casual day look. Its the perfect twist to the Indian ethnic wedding guest look.
Black and white is an eternal combination, but giving it a twist like this just takes it to another level. Love the indo-western blouse/blazer created by the designer. One chunky jewellery is all it takes to make this look complete.
I am in love with the detailing on the back of the blouse. So so sexy. This is a multicoloured georgette Bandhani drape saree with hand embroidered border paired with black silk dhoti pants and a black silk back net blouse with hand embroidered gota work.
#4 Powder blue salwar kameez
This outfit goes way back in Lakme Fashion Week 2013 when Shilpa Reddy the designer made a debut and this was one of the outfits in the show. I just love love the color and the look of the outfit. Its a flamboyant dhoti salwar with short kameez in light blue color and is crafted on net material beautified in resham and embroidery work.
Her collection named ‘Suriothai’ was inspired by women who have a warrior spirit and pretty much most of her collection had that fierce look about them. I am just loving the shoulder and wrist 🙂 Pretty powerful yet the color just balances the look perfectly.
#5 Orange Pink Dhoti Outfit
I have been googling for quite some time, but I can’t find the source or the designer behind this gorgeous outfit. Normally I feel like dhoti and other indo-fusion outfits are meant for only a typical framed Indian, but this outfit with its jacket like throw gives the right amount of cover up while still retaining the sexiness aspect of the outfit.
The brand is well quite expensive to be honest, but I just couldn’t resist. I just had to share this outfit with you. It may look like any other ordinary saree, but the colors and the motifs is what makes it look this stunning.
Its a yellow and baby pink half and half prestitched saree in satin and net base embroidered with gold lasercut acrylic small heart motifs on the border. It is paired with pink and sky blue panelled blouse. You really have to zoom in to see the heart motifs but its super duper cute look. May be a sister of the bride appropriate look too. What say?
This ones for the fierce attitude woman. If you want to portray a strong powerful look, then this gorgeous dhoti with jacket is the perfect wedding guest look for you. Very warrior like.
This outfit would have otherwise looked pretty normal had it not been for the fancy overlap jacket. I love this outfit because you can pretty much dress it up or down depending on the look you desire. If you simply choose to wear the coral tunic, you can add a statement jewellery and a clutch to go with it, whereas the one with the jacket is pretty good by itself.
One of my favorite looks in this post. I have seen so many bloggers these days donning a look similar to this one. If you are confident in your skin and know you can carry off a silhouette like this one, then I would highly recommend you to experiment with this look.
Vikram Phadnis has always created magic on the runway, and while I miss seeing more of his designs, this stunner of a piece was hard to miss. Black is the perfect pick for a wedding guest look, even though it is a risky color society luckily for us is changing and more and more brides and brides party is opting for black. Its a good time to pick something like this for your next wedding.
I for one don’t understand the whole pant saree look. For once, I know the look is not for everybody. If you have a lean-mean hour glass figure to flaunt, this should be your pick. As for the rest, I think some of the other edgy wedding guest outfit would be more suitable.
I picked this final outfit only for the contrasting dupatta. It instantly added such oomph and prettiness to the otherwise monotone look. What I love about this outfit is that you can play with its individual pieces, for instance use the dupatta on a white anarkali or suit. Similarly, if you are bold enough, you can even use the kurti as a standalone dress piece in some other event.