Indian Bridal Outfits That Reflect The Tradition

The diversity and variety of Indian wedding get reflected in their traditional activities, food items and wedding outfits. A traditional Indian Wedding
is marked by the colourful attire of the crude and the bridegroom. A few rich, vivid and detailed embellishments will usually adorn these Indian wedding outfits.

On your big day, you may be transformed into an elegant diva simply by teaming your wedding outfit with some exemplary makeup and jewellery.

Take a sneak peek into bridal wears that have gained timeless popularity in India :

Bridal Saris

When it comes to an auspicious occasion of wedding, all Indian brides look forward to something unique and gorgeous. Bengalis prefer to go with the softer lines, lesser pleats, draping their sari less stiffly. They would pin it over their right shoulder just to allow their pallu go down in a splendid manner. The South Indian saris are mostly about their rich silky texture.

The zari borders of the Kanjeevaram will make you look stunning, mostly when you go with that golden zari border. On the contrary, the Maharashtrian brides prefer to wear a 9-yard sari. The saris usually draped like a pant by the Marathi brides as they find it easier to walk around in that manner.

Again, the Bandhei technique enables the fabric of a Gujarati sari to be tied in the form of knots. You may develop graceful patterns by applying certain dyes. The Gujarati bride can drape her pallu over her blouse from behind just to expose the intricate designs.

Bridal Salwar Kameez

Salwar kameez and dupatta are very popular with numerous Indian brides. Most north Indian brides are known to pick them over other attires due to the extra comfort that they yield. The salwar-kameez turns you more ravishing as you team them up with the right type of dupatta and jewelry. Like the Punjabi
brides, other Indian brides may even opt for this outfit if ease and comfort score high on their list.

If you have an inclination towards looking different, you may simply check out a plethora of anarkali suits that the retail outlets have on offer, both online and offline. At times, you may catch these exquisite suit-lines at much lower price-tags when you go online. Remember that they’re your best
alternative when you choose to look comfortable.

Bridal Lehengas

A long or short blouse and a detailed skirt constitute your wedding lehenga. You call them the dupatta and choli. You may drape the dupatta over your head or over your choli. Detailed craftsmanship
commands the set-up to its entirety. You may turn this outfit more opulent and heavier besides making them stunning simply by ensuring high-quality zardozi work.

Apart from enhancing the value of these Indian wedding outfits, their rich fabrics and fine detailing turn them into timeless classics. All brides cherish and feel proud of it as they acquire it as a legacy. More of the modern day women are opting for
lehengas for their wedding of late. These days, your eyes are bound to meet numerous embroidered lehengas that seem elegant and yet classic. They’re bound to transform you into a diva on your big day.

The wedding rituals in India have long been witness to the beauty of these traditional wedding outfits.The best thing about choosing these outfits is that they won’t ever go out of trend. If it’s time for you to choose the best outfit and include it in your wedding trousseau, you can retain your favorite style by picking any of the combinations mentioned in this article. Your loved ones will hardly be able to take their eyes off you!

50 thoughts on “Indian Bridal Outfits That Reflect The Tradition”

  1. In our community suits are kind of looked down upon in terms of bridal wear. If you are a bride, you have to wear a lehenga or a saree. For the recption, indo western evening gowns are taking the limelight!

  2. Shaadi for me means extravagance and my bridal outfit was a beautiful deep purple lehenga! I’m a pro lehenga person! Great post.

  3. These outfits look absolutely gorgeous . I love a full on heavy work legenga in pastel or soft shades. Saving the post for future reference too xx

  4. I wore lehnga in my marriage and it gives a really great feeling of Indian diva. Now a day I love the trend of the evening gowns, that steal the show

  5. A wedding is a celebration where the heaviest of heavy Lehengas , sarees makes the round. I remember my mom saves here heavy sarees for parties and weddings. This is such a good collection.

  6. Being a bride you are the center of attraction. SO wearing heavy lehengas & sari’s give you a feel of princess. I my treasure truck i have preserve some of my mom’s heavy sari collections.

  7. Very well written post..I completely agree with you that traditional outfits never go out of trend..they look elegant and classy when worn

  8. Ethnic wear is the best choice for brides to be. Personally, I prefer designer lehenga for the wedding. Your post is must read for the brides to be. Even a designer kanjivaram is a best choice too.

  9. This post is sure gonna be a lot helpful for the brides to be and as for me I love kanjeevaram a lot. Also the benerasi paper silk and prints these days are quite popular in weddings

  10. The outfits really look amazing, the peach-colored lehenga is looking so royal. Weddings have always been associated with amazing attires. great post covering wedding dresses in such details.

  11. Amazing and beautiful post. Looking so pretty and classy in the pastel shade lehenga. I prefer designer lehenga for the wedding. Great thoughts.

  12. What a beautiful collection. Love the detailing, fabric and design of this dress. Perfect for festive wear

  13. Such beautiful outfits and your post took me down memory lane. I am going to look at variations of these for the next family wedding!

  14. Lovely post. Just that sometimes I feel people spend way too much on a dress they are going to wear once or max twice. Btw nothing beats an Indian beauty in an ethnic attire.
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