Fabrics like velvet and raw silk make the best buy for winter weddings. Not only do these fabrics look rich and regal but will protect you from the cold weather as well. You can’t wear them during the summers. So, make sure you take full advantage of the weather by buying winter lehenga made up of velvet and silk!
If you are someone who cannot bear cold winds then make sure that the length of the sleeves of your blouse is long enough. Not only these sleeves will add glamour to your look but will protect you from the cold as well.
Sheer and winter blues don’t exactly sound good together. What if we ask you to drape a heavy dupatta across your neck and call it the best day? You definitely don’t want to look like the ‘I-am-so-cute’ docile bride when you know how to flaunt those amazing curves. Take a cue from us and reject the cold outside by surprising everyone.
If you are stuck somewhere between bold and traditional, why not give the attached choli look a fair chance? Get innovative; add more design elements to the choli and more drama to stand out. Let the ensemble be lightweight and not heavy. It lets you show off the winter look while keeping the traditional essence unscathed. This wonderful combination is all heritage and gorgeousness rolled into an adorable bundle.
A jacket is the best accessory that you can wear at your winter wedding. Not only will it add a style quotient to your look but keep you cosy as well. You can go for a long and heavy jacket-style blouse as well.
Brides look beautiful when they carry double dupatta with their lehenga. When it comes to style your winter lehenga, you can replace one dupatta with an embroidered shawl. This will take your look to a whole new level and keep you warm throughout the wedding.