How To Get Dressed For A Wedding In Delhi Winter!

How To Get Dressed For A Wedding In Delhi Winter!

Winters are here and so is the wedding season. While the bride is ready to walk down the aisle, looking magnificent, it becomes a task for the bridesmaids to match up with her and combat winter at the same time. After all who wants to kill the beauty of a designer lehnga by wearing a sweater over it!

This wedding season lets not suffer in the name of fashion. A smart selection of ensembles can help you stay fashionable irrespective of the temperature. So if you are clueless as to what to wear during a winter wedding, go through our list of these winter wedding trends, to help you stay under the spotlight despite the chilly winter.

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Wear Velvet

Velvet outfits will not only help you stay warm but at the same add a touch of royalty to your big night.  The sheen of the luxurious fabric is sure to help you shine through the night keeping you warm and comfortable at the same time. In case you fear to overdo it, you could also opt for a velvet dupatta, with the lehnga and blouse in some other fabric. (It can also double as a shawl).

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Layer it

All our lives our mothers have taught us this, the best way to beat the cold is by layering. By saying this we do not imply to cover yourself up with whatever shawl, sweater, or coat you get your hand on! This Shaadi season, layer it up with style. Taking a cue from our favourite Bollywood divas, pair your lehngas with a short or long ethnic jacket. This will not only make you look red carpet ready but also keep you warm.

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Long live the person, who invented pockets. Getting two side pockets stitched to your outfits will give you a way to keep your hands super warm, at the same time exempting you from having to carry an extra pouch for your lipstick and mobile phone.

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Put your best foot forward

Walking in open heels, and stilettoes have never been a cakewalk, and since it is winter time, they are both synonymous with death.  So ditch the open heel sandals, and go for comfortable juttis. It will not only keep your feet covered and warm, but also give you a fair chance to compete with the uncles in the baarat.

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Shine in Silk

In case you are not a fan of velvet, or find it too heavy to carry, there is always an alternative.Paired with rich Zardozi embroideries, Silk lehngas and sarees are nothing short of magical. Pair them with the right accessories, and you are ready to take on the winter and the wedding.

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This Shaadi season, do not let the cold bother you.

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