Winter Bridal Wear Trends. Weddings in winter can be a total winner as there is a lot of scope to experiment with your bridal wear. You can always experiment with your bridal wear and make it more stylish coming winters. You surely do not want to fall sick by wearing backless blouses and thus we understand your concerns here.
Bridal lehenga shopping could be a drenching task and we get it and especially winter weddings, you need to be extra cautious. With upcoming winter weddings here are a few trends we have been focusing on since it has started and here we have listed a few for you.
- Full Sleeves Bridal Blouse
How about wearing a full sleeves blouse and make your look extra trendy and fashionable. You can make your look stunning with either bell sleeves or an embroidered sleeved blouse can do wonders.
- Get Chic : Add a Jacket
Add a jacket to your bridal look / wedding look with a jacket. You necessarily want to be more chic, so what is better than adding a jacket and staying warm for the rest of the night.
- Saree with a Cape, Maybe?
Yes, you can always be more extravagant and stylish with a cape added to your bridal look. It is always a good idea to wear a saree with a cape. Cape can add more volume to your saree and you can look simply beautiful.
- Floor Length Dresses can do Wonders!
Yes, floor length dresses can be an absolute winner for cocktail parties, sangeet or reception parties. If you are not a fan of floor length dresses then you can go for indo western outfits as well. Feel extremely comfortable and save yourself from cold night!
- Go for Slightly Darker Hues
We know you love pastel shades but winters call for darker hues. Darker hues make you feel a bit warmer than lighter hues. So you can always wear black, deep red, purple hues etc.
- Choose a Different Fabric
Picking a different fabric can make a huge difference, you can wear fabrics like velvet, brocade, moire, gabardine. These fabrics are very much in fashion and warm as well.
- Shararas are Back in Town
Yes, you heard us right! It wasn’t just in the early 2000s when shararas won our hearts with their stunning look but it seems like shararas are making a come back.
- Carry a Shawl as a Second Dupatta
You might want to upgrade your bridal look game and for that you can always add a second dupatta as a shawl. Add a pashmina shawl with a stunning embroidery or thread work.
Here were our inputs to make winter weddings more warm and cozy for you this upcoming wedding season.