8 Knockout Fusion Ideas for Pairing Your Winter Wear with Indian Outfits!
BY Sakshi | 20 Dec, 2016 | 5325 views | 3 min read
Leather jacket with Lehenga
Photo Courtesy: Joseph RadhikYes you can! A leather jacket, when picked right can look amazing with a lehenga, and here is proof! This bride rocked a leather jacket with her bridal lehenga for a cold winter wedding in Shimla, and it looks so edgy and cool! So if that's the look that you wanna go for, how about you rock a leather jacket over your lehenga, maybe with some boots or sneakers?!
Blazer Cape with Lehenga
Kurta with a jacket or blazer
A kurta and churdidar paired with a full high neck jacket like this one is also a cool wear to combine winter wear with traditional Indian wear! Looks awesome, and keeps you warm!
Velvet- a lot of it!
A velvet outfit for a winter wedding looks rich and very glam if done right! You can also ensure to keep yourself nice and cozy with not only the skirt, but even a velvet dupatta and a full-sleeved blouse.
Saree with Jacket or Cape
A saree with a jacket or a cape is such a cool new idea which, let us tell you has been endorsed by a lot of Bollywood fashionistas as well! Looks so fashion forward and keeps you nice and warm!
Trench Shararas and Suits
These cool suits and shararas by Surendri are too good to be true for a winter wedding right? These look so amazing and are perfect for a winter wedding- especially for a friend's wedding!
A Shawl as a Dupatta/ Second Dupatta
Photos Courtesy: Anju Modi
Taking a shawl as the primary or second dupatta is also a neat idea to make sure you stay warm and look super glam as well! You could either choose to have one that seamlessly blends into the outfit or add it as a contrasting element for a pop of colour!
Full-sleeved Peplum Blouse
Peplum blouses, especially full-sleeved ones fit the bill correctly for a winter wedding- they keep the tummy and the arms warm! Plus, you can get as edgy or traditional with it as you want!
So, ready to be warm and comfy this wedding season while still looking stylish?