Wedding season means yummy food and an excuse to flaunt your desi clothes. With desi clothes, I don’t mean just anarkalis and lehengas. Sure Anarkalis are an evergreen trend and lehengas are synonymous with weddings but there is a lot more to ethnic Indian fashion than just these two. Indian designers are taking desi fashion notches up churning up all sorts of trendy silhouettes.
With so many options available it can be tricky to decide what to wear to the next Indian wedding you attend but this also simplifies things for you, helping you keep things interesting and fun. Here we are sharing top five trendy non-bridal lehengas that make your party or event very special and memorable for you.
5. Long straight cut kurta with skirt
If you are tired of the overload of net anarkalis as Indian wedding guest dresses then I have a fresh new outfit idea for you. Go for Long straight cut kurtas and pair it with contrasting hues lehengas for an elegant wedding guest outfit. This outfit looks great in raw silk and you are allowed to go dupatta less here too!
4. Asymmetrical hemline Anarkali
I have a weakness for asymmetrical hemlines and these work perfectly as Indian wedding guest dresses. Asymmetrical hemline anarkalis are playful and chic and can make you stand out in the crowd the effortless way.
3. Regal new age silk anarkalis
Love silk for its luxurious elegance? Instead of going the usual silk saree route try silk anarkalis which have been getting very popular after Gaurang Shah introduced it. You can even pair simple suits with gorgeous raw silk dupattas for regal Indian wedding guest dresses
2. Light printed lehengas with floor length jacket
Lehengas don’t have to weigh kilos for it to look wedding appropriate. Even light printed lehengas look great, especially for summer weddings. Anita Dongre does amazing printed lehengas and layers them up with long jackets too.
1. Front open floor length Anarkali kurta with lehenga
Front slit kurtas are super glam and make for elegant Indian wedding guest dresses when paired with lehenga skirts. Contrast your lehenga and skirt with different colours and fabrics for an impacting ethnic look.