How to Accessorize Ethnic Outfits for Indian Wedding
Indian weddings are all about rich ethnic clothes like sarees, lehenga choli, anarkalis etc and women enjoy all this stuff as they gets to wear something different from their regular outfits like jeans and tees. But the main thing which excites them even more are the accessories used with these Indian ethnic wears. The necklace, nose ring, bangles, bindi, basically a complete traditional avatar awaits for them this wedding season. The best things about Indian outfits are that there are so many ways to accessorize them. So, here I am sharing few tips on how to accessorize ethnic wears for Indian wedding:
Big Kundan Danglers: Well Kundan Jewelry is my favorite personally, so I really can’t afford to miss it here. Whether you are opting a lehenga choli or a saree for a wedding, the big kundan danglers would be enough as jewelry. You don’t even need to wear any necklace or any other accessory with this.
Grand Jhumkis and a Small Bindi: Actually Jhumkis goes well with all the Indian ethnic wear especially saris. Actually Bindi came back in fashion with the recent Deepika padukodne and Amitabh Bachchan starrer movie Piku in which Deepika was seen wearing small black bindis.
Haanth Phool is back in Trend: Yes, if you are wearing any outfit having 3/4th sleeves or cut sleeves then the haanth phool looks even more gorgeous.
Bangles Charm: No matter how modern Indian women becomes, nothing can take away their likeness for bangles. However in the day to day life they might not prefer wearing it but when it comes to marriage it’s the first thing that comes in their mind.
Necklace: Any traditional outfit is in complete without a neck piece. These days pearl pieces, kundan haar and polka sets are in demand.
Clutches: Square and oval shaped studded clutch bags are highly in fashion and they also goes well with ethnic attires. You can also carry a potli bag with kanjeevaram or banarasi sarees.
Nehru Jackets for Men: How can we leave Men behind whole talking about accessories. With a traditional kurta payjama, Mens can coordinate a cool trending Nehru Jacket and steal away all the lime light at the wedding.
Mojari for Men: Men’s Indian outfit is incomplete if they are not wearing mojari with it. It looks traditional and gives an ethnic feel.
So, now with so many options available for accessorizing ethnic wears for Indian wedding, choose the best one for yourself.