Trousseau Essentials 

The wedding hullabaloo does not end with wedding or reception, it continues way beyond. The post wedding rituals, formal lunch and dinner invites and so on are just some occasions to celebrate the newly weds. We help you solve the fashion dilemma by suggesting few items in your wedding trousseau.

Rules to abide by 

Indian weddings are about indulgence! Heavy garments that are sure to not see the light of day after the wedding. So make sure to buy clothes in your trousseau that you can use and re-use for a lot of other occasions. Don’t forget that these essentials can be worn even years after your wedding day. Maximising is the key!



A gold crop top that doubles up as a blouse from Rimple and Harpreet Narula @ IBFW15
A modern gold choli that you can style with a saree, lehenga or skirt @ Sidharta Tytler

A versatile gold or black choli is a must have in your wardrobe. From wearing it with traditional drapes to pairing it with skirts or even denims, it can be a savior when you have nothing to match your separates with! 


A black choli with golden motifs can be worn with any saree @ Ritu Kumar Lakme Fashion Week AW
A romantic net and lace saree from Anushree Reddy @ Lakme Fashion Week AW
Amp up your post wedding style with an ombre saree with gold embellishments. Suneet Verma @ BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015
A neutral hued statement choli @ Sabyasachi Mukerjee

Inspire and create a romantic look with a six yard in lace. Soft pastel hued, champagne gold or a white saree is perfect for a lunch, dinner or even a party.  


A mirror work kurta that can be styled with palazzo, cigarette pants or even denims. Arpita Mehta@ Lakme Fashion Week AW 2015
A model in a blue Anju Modi anarkali @ Amazon Couture Week 2015

A delicately embellished salwar suit in different styles ranging from anarkali to palazzo styled is a must for every new bride. Experiment with yolk embroideries or intricate overall motifs.


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