A bride is the center of attraction of her wedding. No matter how much anyone dresses up, or wears the best of jewellery, the bride has the privilege of catching more eyes than anyone else. Therefore, naturally there’s a pressure of looking better than the best.
However, that pressure is carried on even after wedding. Often, brides focus too much on the wedding night forgetting that they will continue to be the center of attraction even after the function. The bangles on her arm raise expectations too, because the dazzle of a newly-wed is unmatchable.
There is an incessant rush of guests who just visit to catch a glimpse of the new member of the house and can’t deny that there are expecting looks everywhere. Therefore you need to carry both formal and semi-formal, ethnic wear with you. Go for Punjabi suits, sarees, lehangas and even experiment with half-ethnic fusions. Designer wear can make your trousseau even more stunning. Many designers exclusively focus on anarkalis, Pakistani suits and lehangas that can give you the celebrity look.
Blouses are a must to match with different sarees, so you can come up with new attire every time. Gota patti work in apparel is rather famous these days. Rajasthan trends have also become famous like leria sarees and dupattas.
Shoes, don’t forget shoes! Heels that will go with silk or satin are a must because they can match with almost your entire wardrobe. If you are wearing one of the new gold jewellery designs and want to flaunt it, make sure your sandals match the design of your jewellery. Traditional footwear has also become famous once again and all-time favourite Pakistani juttis are still hip!
Something that can be called as a recent fashion is accessories and handbags. Designer handbags from renowned names will add glamour to your look. Look for handbags online and match them up with the dresses you’re carrying. Clutches, totes, shoulder bags or potli’s should also be a part of your trousseau.
Another important factor here is jewellery. Women buy designer gold jewellery for the wedding function, but there should be a separate plethora for later too.
Something a little less fancy to go with the dresses that aren’t too heavy compared to the wedding dress.
Go through the latest gold jewellery designs that you can carry with you for honeymoon. It’s maybe a good idea to not go for traditional designs, if you plan to go to beaches like Hawaii or Miami, but for more lavish places like those cabins on hills, an exclusive design will look really good. Also, be extra careful about your jewellery when traveling abroad.