Top 10 Wardrobe Essentials of a Newly-Wed
Every Indian bride needs some basic wardrobe essentials, I have combined a list of Top 10 Wardrobe Essentials for every Indian bride according to me. You can also take professional help to know “How to build your own wardrobe and how to dress up as per your body shape” from Amila Finishing Lounge for women. You can get a professional advice on your personal style, body and how can you improve it from experts from Amila finishing Lounge.
1. Gorgeous Sari
Sari is an outfit which always looks good on every single girl, and every Newlywed Indian bride needs a good collection of saris in her wardrobe. Sari’s in themselves are a complete outfit and looks very elegant at every Indian function. So a Banarasi silk sari, Net sari, chiffon and a georgette sari all are a must have. Pair them with a well stitched blouse and you are sorted for every wedding function to attend.
2. Embroidered kurta with Pallazo/Churidar/Skirt
For occasions when it is so important to look well dressed and you don’t want to tie on a sari, a well embroidered designer kurta paired with a flowy pallazos/skirt comes to the rescue. They look extremely trendy and put together, also compliments every Indian bride.
A lehenga is a must have for every Indian bride to be. So if you are getting married anytime soon then try to invest in a piece which looks evergreen. Rather opting for seasonal colors or designs, go for designs and colors which never fades away. You can easily customize your choli, skirt and dupatta later on and team them up with other outfits for a nice fusion for other Indian wedding functions
4. Comfortable daily wear kurtas
Wearing heavy embroidered clothing post marriage can be really difficult and uncomfortable at times. Go for nice well-stitched comfortable daily wear kurta’s and pair them with nice leggings/ jeggings or even denims for a casual day out.
5.Well fitted jeggings and Denims
Well fitted denims and jeggings are wardrobe essential, invest in a really good material and good looking pair of bottoms. You can team them up with all your tops and tunics. You can also wear your denims with kurta’s for trendy indo-western look.
6. Designer Dupatta
Duppata’s always complete every Indian look, it makes it look more elegant and graceful. Heavy designer dupattas can be easily worn with any simple or plain outfit to give it a more color and texture. They put together every simple kurta look. Invest in dupattas which can be easily worn with different other kurta’s or even suits. Opt for basic and bright colors with embroidery or prints as you can wear easily wear them with other contrasting colors.
7. Good Lingerie
Your inner wears can either make or break your entire look. A lingerie of a perfect size and style are must haves for every girl. Invest in nice pair for lingerie in white, skin and black as these colors go well with most of the outfits. Do not forget to invest in a good strapless bra to flaunt your low cuts and dresses.
8. Golden Heels
No amount of bling can look too much on a bride, so invest in a golden or a studded pair of heels to match your golden Indian outfits. Opt for block heels or wedges for a comfortable wear during weddings and parties.
9. Blingy Flats
For a comfortable and a put together look go for flats like jutti’s, kohlapuris as they can be worn easily and entire day without hurting your feet. You could choose simple and classic kohlapuris for the smaller events, and pick a pair with colourful, ethnic embellishments including mirrors, ghungroo and embroidery, for the grander ceremonies.
You can also make them at home
Well accessorized outfit always look beautiful. Always complete your look with a good clutch to make it more edgy and finished. Opt for golden, silver and rose gold colors to make most out of them as these colors can be easily worn possibly with every outfit.
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Wardrobe Management is not a onetime activity; rather it’s an on-going process that you need to repeat whenever you add new clothes and accessories to your wardrobe. You may feel it’s a tedious process, but the time and effort you put in will pay off in big way. With that little extra effort you put together you can look trendy and fashionable every day.