A guide to select bridesmaids’ outfit

Bridesmaids is a relatively new concept in India, but its inception happened at Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's wedding. It is a beautiful way to make your girl gang feel welcomed in the wedding festivities. But with great power comes great responsibilities!

In modern times bridesmaids are responsible for organizing memorable bridal showers and bachelorette party. But capturing a perfect picture with the bride and the bridesmaids is the biggest challenge. What takes to get the perfect shot? Well-Coordinated outfits!

How to achieve it?

Synergy!!!! We can't stop obsessing over this point.

Synchronize your outfit with the bride's dress, and we assure you that you will rock the show.

Team bride, if you are planning to wear Indian attire, here is what you can do.

Wear a dupatta of the same colour as the bride's lehenga.

Keep the rest of the outfit subtle by choosing a pastel colour in sync with the dupatta. You can amp up your look by wearing a mang tikka.

Shararas and Ghararas are in this wedding season.

Match the work of the sharara or gharara to the bride's lehenga and select a tone from the bride's lehenga.

 

Designer: Bhumika Grover

Designer: Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor

 

A lightly embroidered modern silhouette with a subtly contrasting colour.

Wide legged palazzo, dhoti pants, cigarette pants, capes, long jackets, puffy and ruffled sleeves are very much in vogue this season

Designer: Manish Malhotra

Each one of you can wear a shade from the bride's dress with similar embroidery and silhouette.

A splash of colour is always pleasing to the eye but let the bride's clothing stand out.

Designer: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

A brocade or floral embroidered or printed skirt with a cropped choli looks gorgeous.

This would be apt for a bohemian wedding. Don't select very striking colours and maintain the synergy with the bride's outfit.

Designer: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

If you are running low on time, the saree is always there at your rescue.

A saree with a beautiful intricate border looks stunning! To maintain the harmony of pick a tone from the bridal lehenga. Each one of the bridesmaids can have some fun with the blouse pattern.

Designer: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Designer: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

 

A big bright smile and twinkle in your eyes will add the finishing touches to your outfit!