Calling All Destination Brides!
Every bride has visions of her perfect wedding and will go to great lengths to ensure that it will be flawless and close to her dreams. And what better when a plethora of options await her? Whether the to-be-married couple has dreamt of tying the knot at a breathtaking location like the picturesque Mauritius, over the lawns of Barbados or in the regal city of Udaipur, there is always the perfect wedding outfit suited for the venue. There is no discernment that the styles, cut, colors, drapes that designers have showcased and presented time and again are endless. We have got a packing checklist that will help you pack light.
1. Leave the heavy embroidery behind
New age brides are opting for trousseau looks with minimal embroidery and rich fabrication. This does not mean making you less of a bridal sight, but rather having just the right amount of everything. Indisputably, clearing up all those destination bride problems!
2. Wear formal prints instead
If you want to play around a little with your style quotient, you could easily transform your look by wearing a printed lehenga with hints of embroidery to your dream beach wedding. Take cues from designer Arpita Mehta or Anushree Reddy.
3. Redefining draping techniques
If you want to add that extra oomph, you could invest in a sari for your wedding reception that has elegant drapes that is sure to leave you looking like a stunner. If you chose to wear a lehenga choli instead, there are a number of ways that you can drape that gorgeous dupatta.
4. Spectacular statement pieces
Travelling with expensive jewelry can be tricky. Opt for accessories where you would not worry about safekeeping. Hve a look at Isharya or Just Jewellery for bridal baubles to bring gratification to your trousseau needs.
5. Towering heels or conquering flats
Yes, you are probably tempted to wear those stilettos. But you are going to be even happier with a pair of bejeweled flats for the beach or conveniently smaller heels for you to be on the go.
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