The sister of the bride is the next most important person after the bride and the groom! She needs to look pretty all day long, take care of all the arrangements, and most importantly look after the bride.
We suggest keep it easy, breezy and beautiful in a festive fusion lehenga. Have some fun with an off-shoulder blouse or crop top, play with exaggerated sleeves or try something different with a cape style top that instantly brings visual interest to a regular lehenga look.
Choose a floor length anarkali or anarkali lehengas for the Sangeet ceremony for that extra bit of drama.
Princessy gowns crafted in pastel hues and light net and tulle are perfect for the cocktail or reception night.
Make sure that your outfit is not overdone with heavy embellishments, you might end up over-shadowing the bride, which is something you don’t want to do. Trends to watch out for are shimmer and light sequin work, intricate thread work, gota patti and zardosi embroidery, to keep it stylish and elegant.
Playful, quirky prints are a trend to own this wedding season, especially if you’re the sister of the bride!
You have the liberty to experiment with colors you love so don’t stick to the usual traditional pallete. Go from dark shades for evening functions to bright peppy colors for sunlit ceremonies and stand apart in the crowd!
Must have accessories for the sister of the bride include classic kundan and pearl chokers that add instant glamour to your outfit. While you choose traditional earrings to match your look, a passa or maangtikka makes quite a statement.
With all the running around you do, it’s important to wear footwear that’s comfortable and stylish. Stock up on kitten heels, wedges and juttis in timeless gold and silver tones that match with everything. Choose footwear with embroidery details to add the right bit of finesse to your ethnic look.