Looking for some latest and stunning outfits for your mehendi ceremony? Are you confused which style, designs, color to choose? Mehendi is one ceremony where you want to experiment with your overall look and wear something unique and comfortable + light weighted as both your hands (and feet) will be busy in getting the mehendi done. When it comes to mehendi outfits, there are a ton of options to choose from… from traditional heavy lehengas to experimental modern haute couture – the choice is all yours. But don’t worry as we have made your search easier. We are here with some of the trendy and stunning mehendi outfits which will make you super gorgeous and picture perfect.
So what are you waiting for just scroll down and check out the trendy and most stunning outfits for your mehendi function that will make you super gorgeous!
Classic Anarkali suits
Anarkalis are the most stylish wedding dress the majority of Indian women prefer for the kind of comfort and variations they offer.
Long kurta with front slit
Say hi to comfort and choose a sleeved kurti with a trendy front slit. You can pair this with floral bottoms or even palazzo pants for an effortless mehndi look.
Vibrant multicolored lehengas
Mehndi ceremony is meant to be a very colourful vibrant affair. So, why not let you outfit match the theme of the function and try multi-colored outfit for a stunning look which stands out.
Light colored lehenga with ruffled dupatta is a perfect choice for your mehndi look.
One-side off shoulder cape style lehenga
Short length dresses
Short or Mid-Length Lehenga Skirts for That Mehndi function
Outfits with pre-draped dupattas
When mehndi is applied to your hand, handling a dupatta can be quiet a difficult task but if you opt for pre draped or stitched dupatta silhouettes then your dupatta woes are just sorted!
Printed pelpum lehenga
This is something unique and trendy for a perfect mehndi function.
Lehengas with long sheer capes
Capes work best when they are long and sheer for a chic feminine vibe. To wear this kind of a look for your mehndi make sure your cape can be detached or removed when you are getting mehndi applied and then you can wear it again after your henna is dried.
Go for Patiala with a short kurta. It will give a simple yet traditional look.