What fun are winter weddings when we stay up late in the chilling outdoor gardens, singing along with friends and relatives around an angithi.
But if you’re not dressed well to brave the chill then the ceremonies could be a spoiler. So here's a list of every thing that can help you choose Celebration Wear for Winter.
As a general rule, dark hues and winter-weight fabrics are made for crisp weather and shorter days, but cooler shades can also look beautifully fresh in winter’s light so don’t be afraid to step a little outside the cold-weather clichés. Reassuringly pick raw silk, velvet, or cotton blends.
2. Style & Pattern
Minimal fashion statement is the key to dressing smart and elegant. The classic Bandhgala goes a long way in creating an impression. Go for sleeves with heavy embroidery or layer it with plain silk kurtas. Indo-westerns have been hot for a while. They feel contemporary and come in an extensive variety at Manyavar’s 450+ stores. Take a look here.
As a groom, you and your celebration accessories are often influenced by your big day’s overall look. Avoid the matchy-matchy look by picking out one of your wedding’s key colours in a pocket square. Contrasting your Sherwani or Suit with a micro dot
design will give you an on-trend pattern-on-pattern look that will add a tad of lightness to a heavy suit.
Orange, Red, Maroon, Dark green, Navy blue, Dark blue or even the naturals of beige and gold. We aren’t limited to the colors but yes you can always try to pick these colors instead of the summer wedding bright colors.
4. Over layer styles
Be your own mix and match stylist by picking an over layer wear for your wedding outfit. Choose a shawl to wear with your bandhgala, wrapped around.
Try the Cosy waistcoat embroidered jackets. Layering is the best style advice for winter weddings.
Whatever look you’re interested in, make sure you include your fiancée in the discussion. You may not be allowed to see her dress, but if she doesn’t know what you have in mind, how will you know that your outfits are complementary? You two have to be in the know!