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Ten Impressive Outfits Perfect For Indian Weddings

No celebration anywhere in the world can match the grand grandeur of an Indian wedding. It is always a magnanimous showcase of rich culture and to match this impressiveness, choosing and wearing the right outfits is a must. Usually, an Indian wedding is not a single day ceremony and can span for more than three days. Be it mehndi, sangeet, cocktail, ring ceremony, main wedding night, or the final reception; there is always a lot to attend. All the ceremonies are so versatile that you can have one outfit for each ceremony.

Here’s a list of the most impressive outfits that are perfect for Indian weddings.

1. LEHENGA CHOLI WITH DUPATTA – THE ‘MOST’ TRADITIONAL ONE

We will start with the most exemplary traditional outfit for weddings, the famous lehenga choli. Bright colours, polished embellishments, fine shiny fabric; a lehenga choli has all the right ingredients which make it ‘A MUST’ for Indian weddings. Lehenga cholis look extremely graceful and are easy to carry. Draping dupatta on one shoulder makes this attire more elegant.

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Buy at Myntra | House of Pataudi Lehenga Choli with Dupatta

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Lehenga Choli with Dupatta

2. SAREE – ‘THE’ INDIAN WOMEN GARMENT

Another great traditional outfit for Indian weddings is saree. A saree is considered ‘THE’ Indian women garment and is one of the most worn outfits in India. The ones apt for weddings have rich fabric and are adorned with decorous embroidery or embellishments.

The only snag with sarees can be draping and carrying them elegantly. So, avoid them if you have a sangeet performance or if you are attending the groom’s barat.

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Buy at Jabong | Satya Paul Saree

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Buy at Jabong | Satya Paul Saree

3. SUIT-SETS – TIMELESS PAIRING

When it comes to sporting a new look for each ceremony, there can’t be anything more versatile than suit-set combinations. Be it churidars, dhoti pants, shararas, or palazzos; all kurta-bottom combinations look lavish and timeless.

ANARKALI CHURIDAR KURTA

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Anarkali Kurta with Churidar

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Anarkali Kurta with Churidar

KURTA WITH DHOTI PANTS

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Kurta with Dhoti Pants

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Kurta with Dhoti Pants

KURTA WITH SHARARA

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Kurta with Sharara

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Kurta with Sharara

KURTA WITH PALAZZOS

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Buy at Myntra | House of Pataudi Kurta with Palazzo

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Kurta with Palazzos

4. INDO-WESTERN FUSION – MODISH PARING

Nothing can be more attracting than fusing traditional Indian wear with the western one. Pair a jacket with a skirt or a shiny blouse with a saree drape palazzo. Or, sport a dupatta with an embellished gown. Indo-western fusions can make you stand out in the crowded Indian weddings, effortlessly.

JACKET WITH A SKIRT

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Buy at Myntra | House of Pataudi Jacket with Skirt

BLOUSE WITH SAREE DRAPE PALAZZOS

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Buy at Myntra | House of Pataudi Top with Saree Drape Palazzos

GOWN WITH DUPATTA

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Gown with Dupatta

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Buy at Myntra | Chhabra 555 Gown with Dupatta

5. MAXI DRESSES – CLASSY WESTERNS

Maxi dresses, the only western outfit in our list, are the perfect pick for events like cocktails and receptions. To match the impressiveness of such events, pick the maxi dresses which are monochromatic and have sequins or embellishments.

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Shop The Look | Dorothy Perkins Grey Maxi Dress (Image – Myntra) + Grey Sandals + Grey Clutch + Earrings

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Shop The Look | Dorothy Perkins Pink Maxi Dress (Image – Myntra) + Grey Sandals + Grey Clutch + Earrings

ONE THING TO REMEMBER

ADORN WITH THE RIGHT JEWELLERY

Wearing jewellery (read ‘GOLD’ and ‘DIAMONDS”) is very important. From fine pendants to big traditional necklaces, from studs to big drop earrings; choose the right jewellery depending upon the magnanimity of the occasion. Honestly, in popular culture, nobody can go overboard with jewellery in Indian weddings.