7 Wedding Outfits That are Not Anarkalis
I frequently get calls from many of my friends saying, what’s it with Anarkalis Man?? Will they ever go out of fashion?? What I simply want to say is everyone is so bored of these Anarkalis as they have been in fashion since so long and are not going out at all. I personally don’t have any problem with Anarkalis, infact I love them (that’s the reason why I keep on posting a lot about them), but at the same time me and my friends( and yes you also counts in it) can’t wear anarkalis to every function. It’s high time and now we need some totally different wedding outfits that are strictly not anarkalis. So, here is this post dedicated to all my friends who no longer wants to wear Anarkalis to an Indian Wedding and who are looking for something trendy in Ethnic wears.
This is the latest trend in the Indian Fashion world and thanks to Bollywood Star Shahid Kapoor wife Mira Rajput who set this trend. Mira Rajput wore an Anamika Khanna Cape Lehenga on her Delhi Wedding Reception. You can set up a cape with Lehenga Choli, Saree, Dhoti Pants or an ethnic skirt also.
It always surprises me when I see Dhoti pants as such trending outfit among the young gals. Thanks to our talented Indian Fashion Designers who created such an innovative outfit with traditional Indian attire. You can wear Dhoti Pants with Kurtis, Crop Top, Ethnic Koti or Jackets.
If you are going to be a bridesmaid then this is something very interesting which you must try. Crop top that works as a choli, is short in length that ends up a little above the waist. The skirt or lehenga is usually worn from the belly button ending till the bottom.
Ethnic Jackets are totally in this season, doesn’t matter whether they are short, long, zipper, open or closed ones. You can wear them with different style bottoms like leggings, cigarette, Lehenga, Dhoti Pans or Palazzo.
Sharara with Kurta and Palazzo
You must be having lots of Kurtas in your fashion closet which you would be wearing with leggings but you can use the same same ethnic kurta for an Indian wedding. Just try wearing them with matching shararas and palazzo.
Just like the Capes were copied from the international fashion, the Asymmetrical cuts were also taken from there. Most of the dresses are designed in these cuts, the Indian designers innovated the asymmetrical salwar suit and kurta.
These are some trending outfits which you can try and wear on an upcoming Indian Wedding. Keep following this space for more such fashion details.