Subtle Showstopper Fabrics For Your Bridesmaid And Groomsmen

Wedding da season hai! Don’t we love to deck up elegantly and beautifully in a style that’s practical yet savvy?

We at shamal designs understand what beautifies and accentuate your special day look. We already shared hot trends for this wedding season earlier but being a bridesmaid and groomsmen, you have the same jitters of love and emotions for your loved ones getting married.

Let’s crack the biggest fashion hacks of town to turn heads and leave them awestruck!

Flaunting Mehendi and Haldi look

Mehendi brings a sense of responsibilities for bridesmaid and groomsmen of feeding them, checking out on their needs of dancing.

So here we pick up a standout look by dressing bridesmaid in an Indo-Western or a light lehenga with a blouse having plunge neckline or sheer backs of fabrics like organza which is in trend this year, brocade or banarasi.

A kurta – Pajama look for the day with a bandhgala made from a fabric having abstract textures created exclusively at Shamal Designs using threadwork and foiling. You can add enameled buttons or hand-painted ones to give a perfect-to-obsess overlook for the Groomsmen.

 

Fabrics in colours like sea green and butter yellow will give you a graceful look.

Blingy Sangeet look

Sangeet demands some glamorous and glitzy look to outshine you. An ethnic look for women works best for any evening functions.

Tiered style lehenga with peplum blouse having cold shoulders style or strappy back designed out of handwork motif fabric or a heavy gold embroidered fabric of Shamal Designs. You can choose some earthy neutral colours like brown and beige to never let your attire go overboard.

Groomsmen desire to look charismatic yet subtly dressed. Indo – Western never fails to leave their magic. Gold embroidery, threadwork, zari are big fabrics to choose right now. With unpredictable highlighting colours like gold, limestone pink, indigo and grey.

Blushy Wedding Day

Minimalist fashion is the talk of the town. At Shamal Designs, we strongly believe that ‘less is more’.

The Bridesmaid can mismatch and wear dresses that colour contrast. Two can go for a drape style lehenga and others for palazzo pants with a strappy blouse and a free-flowing jacket made of heavy gold embroidered fabric in eccentric hues like ash grey, gold, silver or white.

Groomsmen must look out for Waistcoat and Bundi which are back in vogue. The sartorial waistcoat made out of banarasi or brocade, layered with gemstone neck piece or brooches gives you a showstopper look.

This wedding season, bridesmaid and groomsmen look exquisitely beautiful in Shamal Design fabrics!

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