Delhi-based designer Karan Arora has some suggestions:


Lehenga offers a very structured flare with exemplary finish, and can be paired up with heavily embellished fuchsia pink silk dupatta, red net dupatta and pure crepe red choli.

The sari tales:

A sari is graceful and apt for a wedding purpose. It can be draped in various styles. It is trendy yet traditional, and suits all occasions. From sleeveless blouse to a corset, from bandh gala to a deep neck, from a handloom silk sari to a designer ethnic couture, sari is a versatile outfit.


Brighten your bridal look with a floor-length anarkali. This ensemble with a draping dupatta can be worn at any event -- be it you wedding, mehendi, cocktail parties or any other significant day. You can also team it up with a dupatta with heavy mirror work.


Shararas have made its way into Indian bridal couture. Ancient motifs, rich embroideries, intricate weavings on woven silhouettes and pompous silks are all back in fashion.

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