August 29, 2014

Trends in Indian Wedding Wear

The wedding bells. The henna tattoos. The glitz and glitter and a splash of colours all around you. The excitement. The hustle and bustle of people, some of them recognizably your relatives. The delicacies. The dhol. The impromptu dance-offs on the streets, in the rooms, on the terrace. It’s that time of the year again. Wedding season has officially, begun. And you feel the urgent need to revamp your wardrobe with something fresh and new, something that when worn, makes you feel as if it was exclusively made for you.

Indian wear can become a tired cliché with too much glitter, too many colours and embellishments. But the good news is, you don’t need to settle for that. It’s time to turn the tables, to play around with colours and change the typical Indian look. For starters, let me give you a handy tip:

“Keep it simple. Keep it stylish.”

For reference, feel free to feast your eyes on the gorgeous ethnic wear available at Crostich.

This half-mandarin collar, peach colored anarkali suit from
Var-shi speaks of elegance and grace. No matter what your skin tone is, this pretty thing will make you look your best. Team it up with some big golden stud earrings and one big ring. And you're all set to get those eye-balls rolling towards you.

Indian weddings are no longer confined to only traditional 
Check out this beautiful, quirky yet, elegant piece from
Sabrang that takes traditional Indian wedding wear to a
whole new level. It brings the subtle yet, stunning combination
of gold and black back in vogue. Use black chandelier earring
to go with it and bam! You’re turning heads already.
Design by Var-shi

For this net anarkali sui by
Var-shi, I’m just going to let the image speak for itself. Pair it up with black earrings and a black statement ring, two must-haves for traditional Indian wear for this season.

Visit Crostitch and check out the entire collection of Var-shi & Sabrang today!

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