By Jasleen Kaur Last Updated:
With the chilling winters, also comes the season of weddings. And those who have attended one would know how magical the aura of a winter wedding is. The nip in the air, foggy nights and those endless cups of chai or coffee just set a perfect environment to create an unforgettable evening in a couple’s life.
However, as the temperature starts dipping down, the weather can be really troublesome for the bride. So, for all the winner brides, here are some warm yet stylish dressing ideas.
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As the designers constantly keep on experimenting with various styles, the Indian bridal wear witnesses a lot of new trends every year. And, one such amazing variation in the traditional bridal wear that we saw in the recent past is the lehenga with pockets.
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Isn’t that a really cool way to keep your hands warm during wedding? The best part of these outfits is that the addition of pockets does not diminish their beauty or elegance, and they look as glamorous as any other lehenga.
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The best bet to protect yourself from sporting goosebumps is wearing either a quarter or a full sleeves blouse. Full sleeves are very much in fashion in the bridal wear category these days. Hence, you need not shiver in those sleeveless cholis in order to appear stylish.
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You can pick one from the collection of various high-end designers or take inspiration from them and get it stitched by your tailor. And, go for embroidery or prints in fabrics like velvet, silk, chiffon, etc. to look uber-chic. In case both your dupatta and lehenga/saree are adorned with heavy embellishments, then it is suggested to go for a plain choli/blouse. This will help to strike a perfect balance between all the elements of your attire.
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There is, of course, no need to explain the warmth that a jacket can provide you. But, what you need to know is that you can wear a jacket even on your wedding and still look like a super-stylish bride. While many brides prefer to keep the colour of the jacket and lehenga to be almost similar, you can also go for a striking contrast between the two.
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For Christian brides, gloves work well to bring up their style quotient and keep their hands warm. While scouting for some inspiring looks, we came across two that have stuck with us as favourites. Firstly, the combination of red gown and gloves just caught our attention because of its monochrome approach.
The other one is striking the right chord because of the simplicity with which the grey gloves are blending with an equally stunning pastel-coloured gown. As most Christian brides usually wear a white gown, they can experiment a bit with the colour of their gloves. But, it is always suggested to keep the colours as subtle as possible. And for those who are planning to wear a non-white gown, they certainly have no such boundation.
Capes are trendy and would definitely be helping you out with cold. Opt for something in a cape that not only looks stylish and chic but can also add to your overall look. So, look no further, think no longer, and opt for cape and don it with oomph. We have ample of designs in the market, choose according to your taste and bridal attire.
Hey brides, if you want to keep your feet warm, there can be nothing better than booties. You really don’t need to worry about anything and get an amazing pair of booties. You will look gorgeous and will be away from freezing yourself. There are ample of options from which you can choose a design that would go with your Indian wedding outfit.
Well, layering your dupatta is one such amazing way you can keep yourself warm. It’s an age-old fashion, which is never out of fashion. Along with keeping you away from the chilled winds, layering thin layers of your bridal outfit dupatta is going to make you look royal. Or, you can also go with draping pashmina shawl for even more a glamorous look.
Also, all the brides can even opt for something in velvet. Yes, the richness, the smooth texture, the warmth it radiates, everything is just bang on and perfect for winter brides. The overall look of any velvet attire, be it a lehenga or a floor-length anarkali, this is surely going to give you that royal princess-like look. All of this by keeping you away from those chilly breezes!
Did you see how simple it is to keep yourself warm and still look like a super-stylish bride during winters? So, no need to make any compromises on your style or comfort. Just think of these amazing ideas while buying your wedding dress and get set to enjoy the most special day of your life.