Ladies, if this is your first Lohri post marriage, it is meant to be special. Especially for Punjabi brides as Lohri is celebrated with zeal and fervor in houses. You must get ready like a newly-wed as you take rounds of the holy fire with your partner. Also, the guests' eyes would be on you as you’re the newest addition to the family. Therefore, you must dress to impress one and all. If you are confused about your outfit, we have chalked out some trendy styling ideas for your reference that you can pick for the festival. Check them out.
The classic Patiala suit gives the total Punjabi kudi vibe. If you want to look immersed in the festival, there is nothing better than a Patiala suit with a heavy embroidered dupatta. You may also adorn a phulkari dupatta to showcase your love for your culture.
While the outfit is sorted, get a paranda to tie on your braided hair for full sardarni vibes. Compliment this look with juttis and not to forget, your chooda that signifies your just-married status.
Pakistani fashion is contemporary with a classic vibe. Lately, Pakistani suits became famous amongst Indian women for their vintage royal look. These have parallel pants somewhat like shararas but there is difference in both. Carry the dupatta on one side and you’re set to rock.
Accessorize the look with big jhumkas, mojris and chooda. Style your hair as per their length.
If you are not in a mood to look like a typical bride, get something indo-western for you just like this dress.
This would work if you have a Lohri party at your place. This easy-breezy outfit would provide you enough comfort to enjoy the festival with some grooving and attending guests.
One can never go wrong with a saree. However, don’t go for the usual saree as you’re the bride of the new generation. You must carry everything with style.
Here’s a saree inspiration for you. Simple but sophisticated. You may or may not wear chooda with it but wear a fancy bangle or set of bangles matching the color of your outfit. Tie a bun and you’re sorted for the day.
If you are looking for something traditional but not a saree, try sharara. There are innumerable styles in the market that you can easily get just like this one.
This pastel-colored sharara is a must-have in your wardrobe. Get ready to awestruck the guests with your glamorous appearance.
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If you miss your lehenga look but don’t want to dress in your ‘Shadi ka lehenga’, try something like this. It has got a traditional-cum-modern vibe to it for the brides who are still in their ‘just-married’ zone.
Talking about accessories, keep it minimal to highlight your outfit. Just a pair of big earrings are enough. Hair styling can be done accordingly.
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