Ways To Keep Yourself Warm in Winter Weddings

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Ladies, are you also spending these winter nights under a blanket, with a hot cuppa coffee or chair and romantic movies? But some girls have to attend weddings. On top of that, some are getting married.

Attending a wedding or getting married in this kadak winter seems impossible. It becomes hard to choose between fashion and comfort. That is why we end up wearing a sleeveless or backless blouse at weddings. And then spend the rest of the night complaining about winter. And in between if someone asks “tumhe thand nahi lag rahi?”, you feel like killing someone, don’t you?

Wait ! We have brought you some fashionable ways in which you keep yourself trendy and warm. So the next time you attend a wedding, don’t suffer in winter. Keep yourself warm and stylish. Without any further, let’s dive into the list.

Full Sleeves Anarkali: Anarkalis have stayed in fashion for a long time now. And they are still in trend. An Anarkali can be an apt choice for your wedding functions. Some brides have also opted for Anarkalis for their D-day and we could not stop swooning over them.

Jacket & Capes Blouses: Whether you are going to wear a saree or lehenga, don't shiver in sleeveless/backless blouses. This winter goes for capes and jackets to give your outfits an oomph. From shimmers, embroidery, tassels to just plains, you get a lot of options to choose from.

Velvet Material: Brides or bridesmaids you can go for a warmer material to keep the cosy vibe around you. Velvet is a warm material and can be the best choice for Winter Weddings. Not only for your pre-wedding functions, but you can have velvet lehengas for the wedding day too.

Full Sleeves blouses: Remember how Katrina Kaif wore a full-sleeved floral blouse for one of her pre-wedding festivities? Long sleeves are in fashion and we spotted these celebs and real brides who dazzled in full sleeves outfits. Stay warm but stay in fashion!

Pair It Up With ​​Blazers: How to give your ethnic outfits a western twist? Just Blazer it up! We spotted blazers paired with saree and other indo-western outfits and loved it! We also spotted Jacket-Lehenga! How cool is that? Take some inspiration and blaze up your wedding festivities.

Turtle Neck: The last hack is to style a black turtle neck with a skirt or a saree. A black turtleneck is a must-have for chilly winters. You can either style it up with some jewellery or a skirt. Or, maybe just a simple saree to go with it.

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