We know, you just don't feel the cold at a wedding, whether you're the bride or a guest, if you’re getting married or have a wedding to attend in the winter then take some time to plan your attires and make smart choices. But still, there are some of us who just cannot handle the cold, and things might get a wee bit difficult if you're the bride in that situation! So here are some simple bridal lehenga hacks that not only save you from the cold, but do that without compromising on your bridal look.
Wear a pair of warm fleece tights in a nude or black colour under your open flared lehenga or saree to keep yourself warm and cozy. Just make sure that they crop before the ankles start so they won't be visible but will totally keep your legs toasty. Besides, if your feet and legs are warm, the rest of you feels warm as well.
Choose warmer fabrics like velvetThis is one of the most important things that you should keep in mind while you go for bridal shopping. If you are having a winter wedding you should always choose heavier fabrics that can definitely help while trying to stay. If you are having a night function, it is advised to opt for outfits in thick silks and velvets are much more cold proof as compared to the sheer net lehengas,. Don't fret, sarees and lehengas in these fabrics look outstanding.
Peplum Blouses to add layersAdd layers to your bridal lehenga as you opt for peplum style blouse. Unlike other stylish blouses, a peplum blouse is generally long enough to protect the winter bride from chilly winds.
Get a heavier dupatta in a thicker fabric made Or carry a shawl insteadGet a finely embroidered pashmina shawl or stole with your wedding outfit, the same exact color of your dupatta, now just attach the shawl on the inside of your dupatta, it will radiate warmth when you need it the most.
Get 3/4th or full sleeves made for the blouseWe know that sleeveless, cold shouldered and off-shoulder blouses look super chic. But for winter wedding opt for full sleeved blouses. They look damn stylish and elegant. You can get your full sleeves embroidered or have beautiful broad lace borders stitched on them.
Adorn a stylish cape or jacket made that matches your wedding outfitDon a stunning cape or leather jacket over your wedding outfit to make it look trendy and classy. Your long jacket or caped blouse will protect you from the cold and also elevate your bridal look.
Sneaky pocketsLast year, Anita Dongre came up with a brilliant idea of adding pockets in lehengas. The sneaky pockets are not at all visible but make things easier for the bride. If you don’t want to wear long sleeves or cover that beautiful henna design in any way, then you can buy a lehenga with pockets. With this quirky lehenga design, you can anytime tuck your hands in and keep yourself warm.
Wear closed juttis or sandalThe best kind of footwear that you can opt for are the ever-stylish juttis instead of high heels and open-toe footwear. They look great with any bridal outfit and are as well as extremely comfortable to wear. There are plenty of styles and colours that are available in the shops and you can always get yourself customised juttis.
Your d-day is the most important and irreplaceable day of your life. Don't let winters ruin it for you. Dear, winter brides you don’t have to worry about feeling cold on your special day because Simaaya have got you covered. These simple cheat tricks will allow you to wear the lehenga of your dream without getting the goose bumps.