Ideas on What to Wear to an Indian Winter Wedding

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What to wear to an Indian Winter wedding- You pick the sequined saree from your closet, put on the best make-up, wear pieces of jewelry, and get all dolled up. Everything is set, and you are ready to flaunt your curves until you realize it’s too chilly outside. Wait, you cannot pair your saree with a woolen jacket? What to do next? How to keep yourself warm without disturbing your game style? Maybe you should don a velvet shawl or a cape jacket? The options are not limited, but it is on you how much you are willing to explore!

Winter is here, and I bet many wedding cards are lying around your house too. If you are one of those women who dread going to a wedding in the winters because you’ve no idea about what to wear, this article is a must-read for you. Here, I have gathered the best tips to flaunt your gorgeous dresses in this cold weather. Whether you are a bride, a bride’s close friend, or a guest at someone’s wedding whom you don’t personally know so well, this article will help you out. I have a list of the top twenty winter Indian wedding outfits for you all!

How to Dress for an Indian Wedding in Winters

As soon as winters arrive, the wedding festivities begin because it is usually the most suitable time of the year for weddings- no scorching heat, no sweating, holidays, and just pleasant weather. True that summer weddings are a mess; we can’t dress up our best because we can’t wear heavily embroidered outfits, and neither does the makeup stay for long. Winter weddings come with their pros and cons. For instance, you can’t wear your sleeveless flowy dresses on a chilly December night, and your feet will be cold in those delicate strappy golden sandals, but at least your makeup and hair will be on point. You won’t be able to flaunt your chiffon maxi, which is a solid reason to wear your velvet Anarkali with Khussa.

Do’s and don’t’s for styling up for a winter Indian wedding.

Do not compromise on your comfort! Wear outfits that are warm and stylish. Velvet outfits, shawls, designer jackets are a must.

Long coats are trending a lot these days. Do not hesitate to wear them with kurta trousers or even a long dress. Trust us, it looks chic and is something a lot of bloggers have been wearing lately.

Try the double dupatta style for additional warmth. Wear your outfit’s dupatta on the neck or one shoulder, and wrap a heavily embellished shawl around your shoulders.

Heels and strappy sandals are a tough choice for winter weddings. You won’t be able to walk properly, and your feet will be sore after a while. Instead, go with pumps, stilettos, and Khussas.

Go for full sleeve outfits and a saree blouse to stay warm. You can opt for balloon sleeves, churidar sleeves, or long slit sleeves.

If your outfit is comparatively simple and the fabric is thin, wear a short embellished jacket over it.

I prefer going for floor-length outfits, with multiple layers, because they look exquisite and keeps you warm!

Dark and bold colors such as black, maroon, navy blue, royal green, etc., look stunning in winters; hence, elevating your style game choose one of them.

Winter weddings are usually a good option for expressing yourself through makeup and accessories. Don’t hesitate to wear a red lip color, smokey eye makeup, and heavy Jhumkas. However, go easy on the necklace and bracelets in this case.


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