How To Indianize A Wedding Gown?
BY Anupriya | 06 Apr, 2020 | 8024 views | 3 min read
Standing in front of the mirror, holding your dream cocktail gown, and wondering how you can refrain from rocking the same old, mundane look? It's simple-Add some 'Indian' touches to it! While fusion wear has been in trend for ages now, indianising modern outfits is the new concept our celebrities & brides are following. So why should you stay behind?
A bit of changes here and there, and you can come up with an altogether unique look. Say, instead of opting for swaroski encrusted danglers or those sparkling diamond rocks to pair with your wedding gown, try jhumkas & statement polki rings! They make for great alternatives.
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Experiment with your hair. Maybe, pull them into a braid and indianise it with a parandi? You can also opt for other hair accessories & elements that can add a dash of desiness to your look.
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Yet to finalise your gown? Even better! Pick silk fabrics or zari work instead of the ones with lacey & english details. They appear more Indian and can help you rock a neotraditional look.
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One can also play around with veils & dupattas with stylish edges or long trains to infuse a distinct charm to their wedding gowns.
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Still not convinced? Then check out these amazing looks of our favorite brides who wore their wedding gown the indian style!
This bride indianised her metallic gown with a pearl choker, and we completely loved the end result! (Also, her train!)
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This one who styled her bridal gown with a long dupatta and kaleeras!
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This bride who let her hair loose in a half tie and paired her indian wedding gown with chand baalis and a choker!
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This one who amped up her already stylish gown with a hem so fancy & Indian!
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This one who accessorised her white gown with a mathapatti! *Now that's something unique!*
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This one who picked a polki choker and haar set to go with her ivory gown!
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This one who picked let the mirror-work detailing on her gown scream Indian!
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Loved how this bride added Indian touches to her gown with a belted dupatta, a red chooda and a quintessential red bindi.
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Here's another bride who fashioned her emerald green gown with a multi-layered polki necklace and a criss-cross patterned waist belt.
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Loved these? Great! Try out these ideas with your bridal gown and don't forget to send us your pictures at email@example.com