Everyone is aware that marriage being happens only once in life and it is generally considered to be celebrated and carried out like a celebration of festival. India being a country of variety of culture and rituals and therefore also has a unique style of Indian fashion or Indian clothes wedding attire. Especially the day of marriage being the most important day for the bride, she is supposed to look like a princess in order to steal the attention and compliments of all other and making the day of wedding to be recalled for the entire life time. Usually the bride is embellish with a saree or silk saree or bridal lehenga along with the complimentary suitable make up to shine in the day of beginning of new life. The most auspicious color chosen for the bride is considered to be red especially among Hindu and saree is the bridal outfit or attire mostly followed in south Indian weddings, west and eastern parts of India. In the other left parts lehenga is preferred as the priority or the beautiful Ghagra Choli and Odni as the wedding attire.
A wedding saree is one of the tradition bridal outfits that are basically preferred in eastern parts on India. The color is presumed traditionally to be red, as it has auspicious consideration in the wedding attire but with the changing time and development of Indian fashion various colorful saree are also preferred. The most frequent chosen fabric in the wedding outfit is silk saree or crepe or georgette and satin.
Lehenga style saree:
Lehenga style saree is a new trend by the Indian designer in the auspicious festive of wedding. It is a mixture or blend reflection of saree and a lehenga choli but the difference is that it does not have the pleats unlike the usual old Indian fashion. The lehenga styled saree imparts a perfect slimy fit to the bride and compliments 100 on 100 with the shocking attention seeking color combos. These are also embellished with the mixture and contrast color and designer pallu that impart a contemporary style to the bride. The charm is initiated by the fine work of stones, beads, embroidery by Indian designer.
Bridal lehenga or the Ghagra, also called pavadai or langa in different parts of India is basically a form of long pleated skirt or chaniya. It is basically comprised of top and a skirt, top is called as blouse or choli which is generally heavily embroidered and the bottom is a full length skirt with stones and bead work. The combination both is called chaniya choli. What makes it popular in the wedding attire and Indian fashion is the variety of unique colors and numerous designs which are mesmerizing and attractive enough to steal compliments and attention of others. These lehenga are embellished with fine bead work, precious stones and embroidery which add the beauty to the bride. The prominent color chosen is red which come along combination of colors and the fabric range varies from net, chiffon, georgette, satin or tissue to brocade.