In India, winter is the time to get married. While it is good to stay away from the dirt, sweat and grime which are accompaniments of a dreary and hectic wedding preparations and rituals, the steep fall in temperature means that some style tweaks are necessary to beat the chill while staying fashionable. Here are a few steps by which one can certainly stay warm and stylish.
Cholis with Long Sleeves and Top Wear With High Neck
The best way to keep the chill at bay is to wear a long sleeved choli so that the cold air spares your arms. Also ensure that the kurtis, blouses or cholis have high neck and collar so that you can stay covered up in the freezing cold.
Bond with Heavy Fabrics
Winter is the perfect time to experiment with velvet that is warm and chic at the same time. Not only does it gives a royal touch to your bridal trousseau, but is great in itself as a warm cloth. Popular styles are heavily embellished velvet blouses or kurti or lehenga paired with velvet jackets. Also popular are fabrics like silk and brocade.
When you are wearing a lehenga, just ditch that conventional dupatta and replace it with an embellished shawl. Arrange it in the dupatta style over your shoulders and arm and you will be a fashionistas and comfortable at the same time.
Do Away With Cholis
Cholis are not as indispensable as they earlier were. Rather, this winter team the beautiful lehenga with an equally stunning short kurti styled like a jacket. It looks amazing and is very utilitarian for the winter dreading bride.
Stunning Lehenga Sarees
In case you are too partial towards sarees and want to wear it on your big day, then go for a heavily embellished lehenga saree. The look is core feminine and complements any color and embellishments. Keep the pallu pleated and then keep the edge pinned to your shoulders so as to show off the pallu design.
Dressing up magnificently is absolutely necessary for any woman on an important day. In winter the options dwindle because of the cold. However, try these smart ideas so that you can dress like a million bucks and stay cozy and warm as well