Choosing the right outfit for a one’s own wedding takes quite a lot of time and effort and this becomes even more difficult when your wedding is scheduled for winters. Most of the brides don’t want to add any piece of clothing to their bridal outfit as usually the bridal outfit itself is very heavy. So here we bring some of the best winter bridals wear ideas to make you look fashionable irrespective of the temperature. To get these following items stitched book online boutique and ladies suit stitching tailor services.
Full Sleeves: - In winter wearing full sleeves is the easiest way to keep your body warm. In Indian weddings, the most preferred clothes by brides are saree or Lehenga paired with a blouse. Winters are the best time to pair your saree or Lehenga with a full sleeve blouse. Full sleeve blouses will not only save you from the winter chill, but it will also look elegant at the same time. A well fitted full sleeve blouse with embellishments and panels can accentuate your glamour game. Therefore ditch the backless and sleeveless blouse and choose a full sleeve blouse.
Pocket Lehenga: - A Lehenga with the pocket? It might sound strange but it is the safest bet when it comes to winter bridal wear. Indian fashion designers have created Lehenga with pocket, which will save your hands warm from the cold winter breeze. Some of the women might feel that a pocket just does not go well with Lehenga. But a pocket looks totally elegant and stylish with Lehenga.
Warm Fabrics: - If your wedding has been scheduled for winters make sure to choose a warm fabric while selecting your wedding dress and the dresses you are planning to wear on various wedding functions like-mehandi, Sangeet, and engagement. Fabrics like velvet, thick georgette, silk, Brocade, and satin are the best pick for winter bridal wear. These fabrics will give you the required warmth and also doesn’t fade away the festive look. You can also use a thin fabric, but with a thick lining material to keep you warm.
Layering: - Layering is the best look for winters. Since layering provides you with lots of options you can do a lot of mix and match in colors. The recent winter bridal dress couture portrayed layered looks on Indian attires. Layers like jackets and capes look super elegant. You can try various lengths and colors of layers and capes to get the gorgeous look.