What outfit would you select for your Mehendi?




Bride to be? Are you going to marry this year and busy in selecting the best and brightest dresses for the pre and post-wedding functions? Every season of wedding brings style, trends that add the new colors in the functions. With floral jewelry to floral outfits, thousands of style are experimented to get the best look for the day. In the modern era, the modern girls don’t revolve around the same outfit which the ladies of their previous generation chose. Today girls don’t shy away to explore and experiment the different outfit in which they feel comfortable to sit, enjoy & dance and which suits them. From classic salwar kameez to traditional gowns every dress becomes a fashion which suits the elegance of the bride.

So let’s take a look at what is trending this year that might help you to select the outfit for your Mehendi function.
1. Swag in Pink and Green
Sharara is trending this season. It makes you feel comfortable to enjoy your day at best.  Goggles add a point to your cool look.

 2. A delight in Green
Lahenga never goes out of fashion. Such a lovely lehenga, the bride looks ravishing in this. Flower jewelry in pink and white looks amazing with one.
3. Ethereal in Yellow
What do you say? The bride is looking so elegant in yellow lehenga with a beautiful work of pink and white stones. The pink and white flowers jewelry is just making the perfect picture.

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4. Stunning in Abstract

Bride is looking stunning in printed lehenga. One can wear this Gujarati styled abstracted lehenga with traditional jewelry. It is lightweight and easy to handle.
5. Traditional Crop Top and Skirt
Although brides mostly select conventional and bright colors for their marriage functions but for the Mehendi function you can choose unconventional colors like blue, green, purple colored plain or embroidered skirt (long or short) with a heavy blouse or plain shirt. 
6. With a Bohemian Touch
From Anushka to Bipasha both selected this pattern for their Mehendi function. It is hand-printed by the famed Calcutta block printers and hand-embroidered with Gota and Marori.

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