7 Tips For Brides And Grooms To Coordinate Their Wedding Outfits

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7 Tips For Brides And Grooms To Coordinate Their Wedding Outfits

Is your big day coming up? You must have made a million plans already about how you would look and what you will wear. So, what really happens when you find out that your partner has decided on a colour that will pour a bucket of ice on your preparations? Most couples these days decide on coordinating their outfits before this situation arises.

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Some like to go overboard and match each and every detail, while some take the route of total contrast. All these moments of selecting and deselecting colours and designs become a part of your wedding albums.You can have wonderful photos if the colours and designs of your outfit match perfectly. Let us give you some styling tips to attain that perfect match without looking like coordinated twins!

#1. The colour

Image: Mahima Bhatia Photography

Image: Mahima Bhatia Photography

Sit down and talk to your partner about what colour he/she prefers for the wedding outfit. Make a list of your picks and shortlist a final three. This will keep it simple while selecting the dresses as well. Walking into a lehenga store and asking for a particular colour is much less hassle than surfing through each outfit they have. That will only get you confused. Set your priorities first!

#2. Bride first

Image: Instagram

Image: Instagram

Well, probably the easiest way to go here is to decide the bride’s outfit first and work towards the groom’s outfit later. It is much more difficult to pick and choose an extensive lehenga that choosing a matching sherwani. Once you have picked out the bride’s outfit, things get easier.

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#3. Colours for groom

Image: The Wedding Story

Image: The Wedding Story

The bride could be wearing a single-coloured or have a multi-coloured lehenga. Think about an extra dupatta on the bride’s outfit. The groom’s outfit should be that colour or should match the embellishment or embroidery in the outfit. That is a failproof trick!

#4. Monotone bride

Image: Instagram

Image: Instagram

If the bride is wearing a single-coloured lehenga, the groom should select a neutral shade like golden or cream, and incorporate his bride’s outfit colour into his pagdi or dupatta of the sherwani. If the groom is wearing a suit, he could use a pocket square to coordinate with the bride’s outfit. The point is to keep the co-ordination subtle.

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#5. Multi-coloured bride

Image: Dipak Studio

Image: Dipak Studio

To keep up with the subtle coordination, when the bride is wearing a very colourful outfit, select the least-prominent colour on her outfit to form the base of the groom’s outfit. This will give a subtle elegance to the entire combination.

#6. Pastels go great together

Image: Israni Photography

Image: Israni Photography

If you still like different colours, go for their pastel versions. They almost look good together in all colours. Opt for powder pinks, dreamy teals, salmon colours or muted yellows. They always make a statement together! It can go with any colour of your partner’s outfit.

#7. Golden bride

Image: Instagram

Image: Instagram

For a golden bride, the groom should be the one who brings in the element of colour to their combination. The groom should opt for brighter shades like emerald green, navy blue or deep reds. This will make sure they dazzle together!

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Having a coordinated outfit is really going to improve the quality of your wedding photos. Keeping the coordination to a subtle level is the key in wedding dressing. Dress like you both are made for each other, just like a jigsaw puzzle that fits perfectly together.

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