Le jaayenge le jaaynge, dilwale dulhania le jaayenge…..
The best time of the wedding is the baraat time. When you dance to the amazing band baaja and dhol, not caring what the onlookers might think. You just dance your heart out. Go switch on any baraat video and you will find the weirdest steps with the weirdest expressions.
But one thing has always bothered me, my heavy outfits, which hinders my steps. Adjusting my chuuni, jewellery and lehenga used to become my priority.
So for all you baraatis, this outfit can be your answer to the ordeal this wedding season.
I am wearing a pink Silk blouse and a Tule skirt. Super light, super comfy.
The silk blouse has a high front neck which keeps me away from the stress of a chunni. I added these Tassel tie ups on the back, which are so trendy and classy. The silk has beautiful elephant weavings. What I love about it, is the amazing hot pink colour with red weaves, something different then the usual brocade silk.
The skirt is a mint green tule lehenga, which again is being used a lot by designers this season. The fabric is amazingly soft and light. It has these beautiful small gold work which adds the perfect amount of bling. I kept the skirt high waist for two reason,
- It gives me height as my lower body looks taller.
- It does not show too much of my stomach which makes me feel comfortable to dance.
For jewellery, I really wanted to keep it simple, so I added just a Maang Tikka (which you will need to stick it to your head). You can add more jewellery as per your choice for e.g. a kamar band would look fantastic.
Once you are done with the baraat, you can add a gold or reddish pink dupatta to the outfit, for that perfect wedding look.
I loved dancing and jumping in this outfit, my photographer can vouch on this.
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Portraiture by Pari.