Winter season is a magical time to get married. Not only does it keep you away from sun and sweat, but also creates an opportunity to celebrate in candle lit venues, gorge on warm foods as you stand around angeethi’s and of course, dress to nines.
The cold weather ensures that you’re not restricted to chiffon’s and georgettes, and can indulge in rich winter fabrics like silk, brocade, cashmere, pashmina and velvet.
Winter weddings give you a chance to nail the layered look with charming shararas, statement dupattas, jacket-style kurta sets, tiered lehengas, layered gowns and heavy embroidered outfits.
Embellished blouses tailored in winter fabrics with long sleeves will keep you fashionable and warm. You can pair these with lehengas or sarees as per your choice.
Get inspired by Anushka Sharma’s traditional Delhi reception look, and flaunt a rich Benarasi saree with a full sleeved blouse!
Team a fusion jacket with your traditional outfit to be on trend this wedding season. You can layer your saree with interesting capes, velvet shawls or brocade trenches for a look that turns heads.
Your go to colour palette for the season is deep jewel tones like emerald green, ruby red, royal blue and earthy maroons and marsala, mustard yellows, and rust orange. Ivory and dusty gold also make for an understated yet glamorous look.
Important style tip: keep your feet warm and avoid open toed shoes. Winter weddings call for some indo-western pairing like sarees and lehengas with pumps and ballet flats. Alternatively, embellished juttis in vibrant colours are a big trend to look out for this season.
For men, look dapper and feel warm in tailored suits in an inviting dark colour palette or pick fitted bandhgalas and sherwanis in traditional blue, maroon or green. For day time events in the winter, a printed bandi over a silk kurta and a contrast colour pocket square is all you need!