ABOUT MY ARRANGED INDIAN WEDDING
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A Big Fat Indian Wedding is a grand and lavish affair that brings together family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate the union of two individuals. As a guest, attending an Indian wedding can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to choosing the perfect outfit. In this blog post, we'll explore some outfit ideas for attending a Big Fat Indian Wedding.
Saree: A saree is the traditional attire worn by Indian women for weddings. Choose a saree in a bright color or with intricate embroidery to stand out from the crowd. Pair it with some statement jewelry and high heels to complete the look.
Lehenga: A lehenga is a long skirt paired with a matching blouse and dupatta (scarf). Choose a lehenga in a bold color with heavy embellishments or embroidery. Pair it with some statement jewelry and high heels for a glamorous look.
Anarkali: Anarkali is a long dress with a fitted bodice and a flared skirt. Choose an Anarkali in a bright color with intricate embroidery or embellishments. Pair it with some statement jewelry and high heels for an elegant look.
Salwar Kameez: A salwar kameez is a traditional outfit consisting of a long tunic (kameez) and pants (salwar) paired with a dupatta (scarf). Choose a salwar kameez in a bright color with heavy embellishments or embroidery. Pair it with some statement jewelry and high heels for a sophisticated look.
Indo-Western fusion: Indo-western fusion outfits are becoming increasingly popular for weddings. Choose a fusion outfit that combines traditional Indian elements with modern western styles. Pair it with some statement jewelry and high heels for a contemporary yet chic look.
In conclusion, attending a Big Fat Indian Wedding can be an exciting and overwhelming experience, but choosing the perfect outfit doesn't have to be. Whether you choose to wear a saree, lehenga, anarkali, salwar kameez, or an Indo-western fusion outfit, make sure to choose something that makes you feel confident and comfortable. Remember to accessorize with statement jewelry and high heels, and most importantly, enjoy the celebrations!
We met briefly once and spoke over the phone 1-2 times, my husband said yes to marrying me in what I thought were "5 minutes". He says we spoke for a long time and he had thought extensively about getting married to me. I thought of him as someone who seemed nice and there was nothing that I disliked about him. Well mannered, well spoken, and much more. I later realised this was the best decision of my life.