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10 best wedding dress ideas for women this wedding season

The Indian shaadi ka season is around the corner that is full of fun, glamour, dance and a lot of food. Marriage is just a one day affair, with the other functions happening a few days before the wedding day. But the preparation for this day is done way in advance. From matching your wedding dress with the perfect accessories and makeup to choosing the ideal dress for other functions like your cocktail party, sangeet, haldi, etc.

Gone are the days when marriage was just about wearing a “lal joda” and sitting in the mandaps. This is the era of exquisite, ethereal, heavenly designer wear! And here we are telling you the top 10 ideas for the perfect wedding dress that can never fail. 

1. A Classic Red Lehenga 

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As a quote says “Old is Gold” and it can never be out of fashion. So is the relation between marriages and a classic red bridal designer lehenga sequenced with pearls, giving the bride that perfect heavenly look they long for. This lehenga matched with a red dupatta will make for a great wedding dress for women. 

2. Pastel Colours Are The New Red 

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In the last few years, pastel colours have found a new place in the heart and wardrobe of all the to be brides. Pastel coloured lehenga matched with the perfect ornaments gives the bride a royal look. So all those to-be brides who are looking for royal wedding outfit, pastel coloured lehenga is your calling.

3. An elegant gown does the work 

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Brides prefer to adorn a flowy flared gown in receptions and cocktail parties because it’s comfortable gives them that perfect shimmery look which suits such occasions. Choose a royal coloured gown and match it with some nude makeup, you’re look is sorted for the night.

4. Try something unique 

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There’s nothing wrong in trying something new and experimenting with your look. Instead of using the tried and tested formula, you can choose different and unique. Choose a coloured wedding dress that you like and that looks good on you, try out some blues and greens. 

5. Done the royal look 

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Want to done a royal look in your wedding? Then purples and blues are the colours for you. Try a royal blue lehenga for your wedding and a purple gown in your reception, and look royal! 

7. Say goodbye to lehengas and adorn a heavenly anarkali or long kurtis

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Not everyone is comfortable wearing lehengas in their wedding, because they get cumbersome and difficult for a bride to sit wearing it all through the wedding rituals. But nothing to worry, you can wear a heavenly designer anarkali and match it with some heavy jewelry to get the perfect look. You can also try a long mid slit kurti with a flared ghagra. This will also make a perfect outfit for a pre-wedding shoot. 

7. White gowns are the ones to die for 

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We have all watched those English rom-coms, where the brides done a beautiful white wedding gown and we have all wished to wear the same at one point in our childhood. Your wedding is the perfect time to fulfill your wish. Put on an ethereal white wedding designer gown and pose for your pre-wedding shoot. Make your pre-wedding shoot memorable! 

8. Go Floral 

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Many designers have started the fashion of designing floral lehenga for weddings. Sabyasachi’s Dil Guldasta made many hearts melt when it was adorned by Deepika Padukone post her wedding. Many other designers have also designed some beautiful floral lehenga and gown designs. Have a look at them and we’re sure you’ll get your outfit for the D-Day. You can also try something floral for your sangeet or haldi and go for something royal for your wedding day. 

9. Try vibrant colours 

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For your haldi ceremony, you can try something vibrant. Something that makes you stand apart. Try colours like yellow, orange, green and match it with some floral ornaments, and your look for the day is sorted. 

10. Simplicity is Classy 

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If you’re planning to go royal on your wedding day and want to keep it simple for the rest of the function then you can put on a simple suit on your haldi.

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