Freezing winter has arrived and so are the invites for the wedding. The winter wedding is beautiful because it’s misty, the sun is mild, sweat and melting make-up are absent, especially in India, which suffers the rest of the year from intense tropical summers.
So if you’re madly searching ‘What to wear for a winter wedding?’ we have unlocked the chilled weather dress code and found the right fabric outfits for your winter weddings.
Well, yes, the answer is velvet! This fabric is elegant, all-purpose, luxurious and absolutely trendy. The warm and soft look and feel of the velvet for a winter wedding are perfect. If you want to add velvet to your wedding, but just don’t know how, read below for some awesome outfits inspiration.
A velvet jacket keeps you warm and cosy, which is especially relevant during the cold months for an outdoor wedding ceremony. Live your fairy tale moment with a layered net skirt in two tones from the Shivani Tisharth’s collection in this cute velvet peplum jacket.
This stunning lehenga by Sawan Gandhi features a mesmerising black gradation. The skirt showcases a beautiful heavy sequin work along with the ombre. The peplum blouse with full sleeves giving the entire garment a royal touch. This lehenga is a perfect choice for any evening function.
Actress Chetna Pande in a royal green richly embellished lehenga in acrylic cut mirrors by Papa Don’t Preach is an ideal option for the millennial brides-to-be who want to get away from the typical red or pink lehenga.
A bold outfit to try in winter is this classic one-shoulder corset lehenga in rich black velvet, adorned with gold detailing from the Aparna S.
With a heavy full-body silver Zari embroidery, this velvet lehenga features a simple round neckline and an intricate detailing on skirt and dupatta border. This lehenga by Indralok is suitable for attending reception parties or any night-time events.
Want to look like a million bucks? Pick this beautiful gown by Indralok for your friend’s engagement or sangeet. With leaf motifs embroidery ascending from one shoulder and similar motifs as the border of the lower bodice, this gown creates a perfect balance between chic and classy at the same time.
Out of the ordinary teal colour and the corseted silhouette of the gown makes it perfect for your pre-wedding photoshoot or a date night with your fiancé. Fine embroidery of katakana on the corset creates a very interesting oomph.
It’s clear to see that at the time there’s so much velvet, and it’s just the ideal fabric for these cold winter days. So why not get it integrated into your winter wedding? It keeps you hot, regal, comes in every colour, and it looks awesome! So go get the velvet dress on!