And creating a strategy for the ‘joota chuppai’. After all, it’s your job to keep the groom’s shoes safe.
Helping out the bridesmaids with anything they require (if you know what we mean).
Dancing your hearts out at the baraat. Yaar ki shaadi mein naach-gaana nahi kiya toh kya kiya?
So, here’s the ultimate dress code to tide away all your wedding fashion woes:
- For smaller functions like haldi and mehendi, the safest bet is kurta-jacket sets in pastel colours. It’s 2019, so don’t hesitate to sport powder blues, lilacs and even baby pinks.
- Night events call for deeper hues like blacks, blues and wines. Bandhgalas are perfect for such functions. This is also a good time to say hello to accessories. Jazz up your outfit with quirky lapel pins, pocket squares in contrasting colours and brooches. How much fun would it be for all the groomsmen to wear brooches that say “Groom’s Squad” or “Mundewale”?
- Planning to wear a sherwani? Opt for ones with small and quirky motifs on them. But if you don’t like too much embroidery, ombre effect is your best friend.
- Be open to experimenting in one function – Asymmetrical silhouettes, dhoti pants, layered kurtas, geometrical or floral prints and front-open sherwanis! The options are endless, take your pick.
- Let’s talk fabrics – Velvets and silks work well for winter weddings. For summers though, lightweight printed fabrics and satins are popular. Kurta-jackets in brocades and benarasi fabrics are trending at the moment.
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