Wedding season in India runs 365 days and keeping up with the trends can be quite a task. From the moment you receive that wedding invite to days leading up to the actual party, we're all always looking for that perfect wedding outfit. Being a wedding guest is as much a stylish affair especially if you're close to the bride or groom. It is a task to look your best even if you're not the bride or groom yourself. Thankfully, you've got us to your rescue. We have found some of the best celebrity looks for you who make the most stylish wedding guests to give you some style inspiration as you dance the night away. Whether you're a bridesmaid to the bride or the groom's best man's girlfriend, these outfits will get you ready in the festive mood in no time.
7 Celebrity-Approved Outfit Ideas To Ensure You're The Most Stylish Wedding Guest Ever
1. The Ultimate Bollywood Bridesmaid
If you're the bride's best friend then looking your best is just as important because all eyes are going to be on you too. Janhvi Kapoor's beautiful mirrorwork Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga is the perfect grand finale moment for you as a bridesmaid after all the work and tantrums bridezilla put you through. An over the top lehenga won't just ensure your pictures with happily married couple are picture perfect but ensure you're doing all the chores in style also.
2. The Pastel Lover
Pastels are ruling the wedding scene across the country and there's no reason why you shouldn't show some pastel loving this wedding season either. No matter the occasion or the kind of wedding, a stunning pastel outfit is hard to ever go wrong. Not just as a last resort but even otherwise, a pretty pastel lehenga or saree or sharara can make you look like the perfect wedding guest throughout the wedding season. And the best part is that a beautiful pastel outfit like Tara Sutaria's lehenga has a great repeat value also.
3. The Sustainable Wedding Guest
Alia Bhatt chose to wear a sustainably created lehenga for Diwali 2020 and that inspires us to go the sustainable route too. While you can mix-n-match your outfits to suit your personality one can always choose a sustainable option to look your ethnic best. Many designers are going for naturally procured fabrics and easy-going styles that will have a longer shelf life for those wearing it. A pastel pick like Alia Bhatt's or a dark and stylish Aisha Arora pick from Athiya Shetty's closet is what you could consider.
4. The Saree Soiree
There's nothing in this world that comes to the beauty and grace of that of a saree. It could possibly be any saree and you're sure to look your ethnic best on your friend's wedding. Falling across all ages, sizes and shapes, a saree falls fabulously on everyone and there is no way why you should pick a saree as your last resort. If Kajal Aggarwal chose this sunshine yellow floral saree from Manish Malhotra for her engagement, then you most definitely can choose a stunning saree to be your pick. Switch to more contemporary versions like a pre-draped one, ruffled sarees, among others.
5. Say It With A Sharara
Shararas are probably 2020's most popular ethnic styles and the more we see it on our favourite Bollywood celebrities, the more we're convinced that we need one of these in our lives. Shraddha Kapoor's fun and electric sharara by Anita Dongre is an example on how you can effortlessly dress up without having to put any added effort. Not only can you twirl in a fun sharara like this one but all your running around at the wedding function will be just as hassle-free because you'll never have to worry about the weight of your clothes.
6. The Modern Mehendi Outfit
The mehendi function is usually the most fun party of the lot and your outfit should scream as much fun too. Ananya Panday's Anita Dongre lehenga outfit is where modern meets traditional in eclectic fashion. The bright pops of pink with the bandhani is what we love most about this outfit. Wear it as it is or with a cape for that ultra-modern touch and you'll soon be the life of every mehendi party.
Get ready for the wedding season in incredible ethnic style to dance the night away like nobody's watching.