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Kurtis Appropriate for Ceremonies in an Indian Wedding

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Indian weddings have a number of functions and ceremonies that the bride and groom’s families celebrate. There is a lot of thought that goes into the planning and décor of each function to ensure that the day is memorable for everyone. There are some unspoken dress and color codes that play a part in Indian weddings. We usually see people wearing yellow for haldi, shades of green for mehendi, darker colors for sangeet and cocktail nights, and shimmery, heavy dresses during the baarat and the pheras. Here is an assortment of beautiful clothes that you can wear while attending ceremonies at an Indian Wedding. 

Yellow Viscose Chiffon Kurti


Women's Yellow Viscose Chiffon Kurti

These days, weddings are all about color codes. If any function has an unspoken theme that most people follow- it would be haldi. Have this beautiful kurti in a striking mustard color as your companion for the haldi outfit. A free-flowing floral trellis pattern that ascends down the kurti provides a look that is stylish and graceful at the same time. Pair this kurti with a beige skirt or wide-legged palazzo pants and have an ethnic outfit ready to go. With proper jewelry and a dupatta, this can be a good fit for big fat Indian ceremonies. 

Green Chanderi Printed Kurti


Green Chanderi Printed Ensemble Kurti From

If you are looking for an appropriate green outfit to wear for a friend’s mehendi function, look no further. With the perfect sleeve length for you to be able to enjoy applying the designs on your own hands, this kurti is a show-stealer. It has a beautifully traditional vibe owing to the print and the sequins on the sleeves. A proper double-layered kurti with an opaque top layer with prints and a solid bottom layer with a golden line at intervals makes for a suave combination with leggings of the same shade of green. It has a stylish front slit and flattering sleeves that most women crave. 

Black Viscose Georgette Ensemble Kurti


Black Viscose Georgette Embellished Ensemble Kurti

For sangeet and cocktail parties, women usually opt for darker shades but have an eye out for ones that have a little bit of shine and shimmer so they stand out in the night light. This black kurti would be ideal for such functions. If you want to make the overall feel heavier and more traditional, you can pair this kurti with big golden jhumkas or earrings. A second way to go would be to wear an Indo-Western bracelet, a large ring, and a beautiful necklace with a pendant to go with the wide V-neck collar design. The sleeves of this kurti are eye-catching and are double layered. This, plus the floral design on the top layer of the sleeves adds the necessary sparkle to the festive celebrations. Not only this but there is also an intricate pattern at the hemline that makes this kurti a good fit for celebrations. Wear it with a flared black skirt probably with a solid but thin golden border. 

The options to wear kurtis for wedding celebrations are plenty. Any heavily embroidered kurti can be chosen for Indian wedding functions. Indo-Western ethnic tunic tops are also available to select. Use your creativity and pair different bottoms with different kurtis and let your creative taps flow freely. 

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