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Planning your wedding outfits in the times of Covid

BY RANI SHARMA*

Overwhelmed by the thought of gathering your nearest and dearest together for your wedding day? We are talking of 50 guests max. But you do want to have all the things that make your wedding feel like your wedding, right? So, have all the fixings of a wedding, but on a much smaller scale.

Each bride should shine in her own right at her wedding. She wants to look for the right outfits for her all ceremony. It is important to plan your wedding outfits. Let’s look at some brilliant outfit options for you to have a small but beautiful wedding.

Haldi ceremony: Yellow gharara is a modern-day trend that has been made popular by brides these days. Most brides look for tradition be it the gharara, jewelry, makeup, hairstyle or accessories. Experiment with your look. Add a personal style statement and unique accents.

Mehendi: Let’s not complicated things here! A dupatta attached lehnga is an attire where one uses a dupatta and drapes it like a one-shoulder modern lehnga outfit.

It can also be draped in different styles and, more interestingly, with different kinds of attires.

Wedding: Get ready to slay your wedding day with a traditional red high low lehnga look! The red lehenga with floral gold dabka work on it will enhance your style quotient. Pair it with red gold high low full sleeves with soft frills around the edges. The deep neck is stunning!

Reception: Try this fashion attire on reception day. A gorgeous combination of lehnga with organza open jacket. This onion pink and olive sea green dress is almost a mandate for every bride’s wardrobe.

Hair and makeup: Neat twisted or braided bun would look elegant yet cute!

Pink blush, nude pink lips with brown eyeliner and mascara are all you need to create the magic.

Jewelry: When you have such rich work on the lehnga, we say go minimalistic with jewelry. Just a pair of huge jhumka earrings and a bracelet would do. Carry an antique color clutch.

*Rani Sharma is an Atlanta-based designer and the owner of Raneez Fine Boutique in Decatur. She can be reached at 404-386-2062

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